Tuesdays with Friends Senior Program—Everyone Welcome Come Enjoy the Fun, Food & Friendship Tuesday, July 7, 2015 11:30 am-1 pm Marina Alexandra has established herself as a dynamic performer. Finger Style Guitar Maga-zine described her as an “amazing player that commands the guitar with world-class technique and musicianship that is uncommon.” She has received awards in several guitar competitions. Marina has a concert career spanning the last fifteen years. Marina was born in the Ukraine, where she began her guitar studies at the age of six. In 1996 she immigrated with her family to the United States, and in 1998…
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Luck of the Draw Labor Day Raffle 3 pm – 6 pm The people have spoken and raffles are back! You could win up to $5,000! Here’s how it works: Maximum 500 tickets sold. If all the tickets sell, the lucky winner will get $5,000! If 300 sell, the winner gets $3,000. The minimum grand prize will be $1,000, if 100 tickets or less are sold. The first ticket drawn gets a consolation prize of $150. Every 50th ticket wins a prize. The next to last ticket will get 10% of the Grand Prize value ($500 max). The last ticket…
Pool & Pizza Summer Spectacular Sunday, July 12 11:30am – 1:30pm Family Fun at the JCC! Join us for a Pizza and Pool Party — bring your favorite pool toys for an afternoon of play with friends. We’ll provide cheese pizza and drinks. Please RSVP to the JCC Front Desk at 787-2023. FREE for JCC Members $10 per guest family
The Order and the Beauty of the Jewish Garden in the Roman Empire Presented by: Dr. John Mandsager Postdoctoral Fellow, Jewish Studies Program University of South Carolina Thursday, July 16 at 7 pm Are you enjoying growing your tomatoes this summer? Did you know that there were particularly Jewish gardens in the past? In this presentation, Dr. John Mandsager will show how early rabbinic Jewish literature (ca. 3rd century C.E.) presents a sophisticated spatial vision of Jewish rural life. He will discuss the garden in particular to show how the early rabbis imagine agricultural space to be well-ordered, while visually…
Building Bridges through Values and Leadership Weekly Day Camp June 8 – August 14 Early Drop Off & Late Pick-Up Available JCC Member, Early Bird & Sibling Discounts* Dynamic Programs for Campers 2.5 Years Old – Rising 9th Graders (including leadership training and field trips for our older campers) Contact Melanie Pace email@example.com (803) 787-2023 ext. 206 Camp Gesher Registration Please complete this form and e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Camp Gesher Brochure Visit the Camp Gesher Facebook page!
Tu B’Av Family Dance Thursday, July 30 5:30 pm A special family dance in honor of the holiday of Tu B’Av. Dress up in your fancy clothes and celebrate love with a kid-friendly dinner, fun music, Israeli dancing, love themed goodie bags, and surprise visits by a (very awesome) mystery guest or two! $5 per person (with a family max of $25) includes dinner, a commemorative photo (emailed after the dance) and all the fun! This dance is co-sponsored by the Katie & Irwin Kahn JCC and the PJ Library.
Do You Need a Place for Your Kid’s Awesome Birthday Party?We have the space at the JCC!You can choose from a Pool Party, Sports Party, or Theme Party.Contact Adrienne Conner, 803 787-2023 ext. 216, or visit our website, for more information.
Aqua Yoga Aqua Yoga can provide a calming and inviting environment with the natural serenity of water. Individuals with pain, injury, or physical difficulties may find Aqua Yoga to be a wonderful challenge without strain from bearing the weight of your body. Aqua Yoga can help increase balance, strength, and flexibility while providing a new, different, and relaxing exercise. “I feel better after Aqua Yoga then before.” – Glow “Aqua Yoga is so relaxing.” – Norma “Aqua Yoga is different and provides good resistance!” – John Personal Training Package Prices Apply. Contact Fitness Member Services for more information 803-787-2023 ext….
Please don’t throw away your gently worn athletic shoes! Throw them in our box in the lobby instead…. Click to Enlarge