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PROGRAM GUIDE • WINTER 2018–19

The JCC is the place for fun this winter! New Sunday family drop-in programs • New tot programs for ages 3 & 4 • New youth swim lessons program • TYKEs presents Corduroy, opening January 12 •


MORE WAYS TO TRY SOMETHING NEW

MEMBERS: REFER A FAMILY & RECEIVE YOUR JPACK December 2, 2018–January 31, 2019 JPACK PERKS & OFFERS FOR YOU & NEW FAMILIES Your JPack includes five $20 coupons to be used on all JCC offerings along with five guest passes to bring your friends and family. Plus, enjoy a day with access to the amenities and convenience of the JCC Spas. 5 DISCOUNTS. 5 GUESTS. FULL FAMILY FUN. Drop-in any Sunday in December and January for free, themed family activities from 10–11:30am. See full details on page 11. The JPack is available to new, continuous JCC family memberships that join between 12/2/18–1/31/19. Current JCC members are eligible to receive a JPack with a qualifying referral of a new, continuous family membership. JPack coupons must be redeemed on 5 different JCC programs or events. One coupon per program or event. Coupons are not valid for use on HYDRORIDER aqua class registration, massage, or reiki services. Other exclusions may apply. Spa access is for the primary adults listed on the membership. One JPack per unit. For more information, visit the Main Desk or contact Craig Pearlberg.

REFER A NEW FAMILY TODAY!


FRIENDLY REMINDERS FOR OUR MEMBERS • Please scan your key tag when you enter the building at the Main Desk or Fitness Center Desk. • Stay in the know! Sign-up for JCC emails right on our homepage, update your preferences, and download the JCC App. Opt-in to receive important notifications. • Please notify us of any new billing or account information or if you have a new phone number or email address.

Hours Saturday & Sunday 8am–8pm Monday–Thursday 5am–9:30pm Friday 5am–5:30pm

• Do we have an up-to-date photo of you? • All children 4 and under must wear a swim diaper in the pools. A guest must be accompanied by a JCC member when using the facility. Photo ID required. • As always, we take security very seriously. Your help in keeping our building safe is of paramount importance. Please remember to always say something if you see something.

Holiday Hours Thanksgiving Thursday, November 22 8am–1:30pm Christmas Eve Monday, December 24 8am–5:30pm Christmas Tuesday, December 25 8am–5:30pm New Year’s Eve Monday, December 31 8am–5:30pm New Year’s Day Tuesday, January 1 8am–5:30pm

CAFE HOURS Monday–Thursday: 7:30am–7pm Friday: 7:30am–4pm Saturday: Closed Sunday: 8am–5pm HOLIDAY HOURS November 22–23: Closed Monday, December 24: 7:30am–4pm Tuesday, December 25: Closed

Locker Rooms & Spas close 30 minutes later.

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ADULT ENRICHMENT HEALTH & WELLNESS Physical Therapy Free Winter Lectures & Screenings Genesee Valley Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation (GVPT) Conference Room For screenings, please sign up for a 20 minute slot at the JCC Main Desk. • December: Physical Therapy Motivating Others Via Exercise (M.O.V.E.) Lecture: Tuesday, December 4, 12–1pm Screening: Tuesday, December 11, 12–2pm • January: Hip Pain Physical Therapy Lecture: Tuesday, January 8, 12–1pm Screening: Tuesday, January 15, 12–2pm • February: Knee Pain Physical Therapy Lecture: Tuesday, February 5, 12–1pm Screening: Tuesday, February 12, 12–2pm

Rochester Regional Health Mobile Mammography Center Returns! Wednesday, January 23, 11am–4pm JCC Parking Lot Advance appointments required. To schedule, call 585-922-PINK (7465) or visit pink.rochesterregional. org/patients/ and scroll down to “schedule your mammogram.”

Healthy Nails and Feet Thursday, January 31, 1–2pm Room 2 Learn the importance of proper foot care related to quality of life. Instructor: Karen Boss, RN, NYS Licensed Nail Technician and Member, American Foot Care Nurses Association. Free

Mindfulness Meditation Thursdays, February 7–March 14 12–1pm; Lipson Lounge Open to all levels. Instructor: Gary Updyke $60 Member: $45

WINTER PROGRAMS & EVENTS Open Craft Studio Annual Sale Monday, November 26–Tuesday, November 27 9am–4pm; Auditorium C Annual sale of our Thursday, open craft studio.

AARP Safe Drivers Class Monday & Wednesday, 9am–12pm Conference Room • December 3 & 5 • January 7 & 9 • February 11 & 13 Earn discounts on your auto insurance with the NYS approved driver safety course. Payment must be made by check to AARP on the first day of class. Must attend both days. Instructor: TBD. Pincus retired! $25 AARP Member: $20

The Art of Painting Mondays, January 7–February 25, 10am–2pm Art Studio An open studio for painters of all levels and all medium, with instructor support available for questions and guidance. Instructor: Allison Roberts $80 Member: $56 Drop-in Rate: $12 Member: $9

Special Paint Night!: Canvas & Cupcakes Tuesday, January 29, 7–9pm; Auditorium A Material included. Instructor: Allison Roberts $25 Member: $20


Room 2 Three, two-part sessions. Materials listed online.

NEW

Knitting For All Levels

• Beginners: Learn to Knit Tuesdays, January 15 & 22, 1–3pm Learn the knit stitch, the purl stitch, and how to cast on and bind off. Leave with basic knitting skills. • Intermediate/Advanced:

The Entrelac Technique

Tuesdays, January 29 & February 5, 1–3pm Learn this mystifying but actually quite simple, beautiful woven-look technique. Students must know the knit stitch, purl stitch, and how to pick up stitches. • Advanced: The Parisian Tote Tuesdays, February 12 & 19, 1–3pm Learn how to craft instructor Susie Zanni’s original Parisian Tote purse, featured in Vogue Knitting. Instructor: Susie Zanni, former owner of The Yarne Source $30/Session + Materials Member: $25/Session + Materials

Yiddish and Yiddishkeit: Language, Literature, and Culture Tuesdays, January 22–March 19 10:30am–12:30pm; Room 2 Discover the world of Yiddish in this Yiddish language course for intermediate and advanced learners. Instructor: Deborah Rothman $120 Member: $90

Holocaust Denial: Not Your Parents’ AntiSemitism Thursday, January 24, 12:15pm; Conference Room An examination of the role and symbolism of the New AntiSemitism, the rise of Holocaust Denial, and the confusion between AntiSemitism and antiIsrael. Presented in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day. This program is part of Congregatings: A Community Brown-Bag Lunch and Learn Series for Adults. Facilitator: Deacon Thomas J. Driscoll Free

Celebrate Israel Wednesday, January 30, 7pm; Auditoriums An evening to celebrate all things Israel. Jewish National Fund (JNF) representative, Dana Gerby Klein, will speak about what Israel does for us both locally and globally, followed by wine tasting and Israeliinspired nosh. Free Sponsored by the Rabbi Shaya and Nechie Kilimnick Israel Resource Center in partnership with the Louis S. Wolk JCC of Greater Rochester.

Great Decisions: A Jewish Perspective Thursdays January 31, February 14 & 28 March 14 & 28, 10–11:30am Yiddish Culture Center A unique version of the Foreign Policy Association’s “Great Decisions” program. Course materials are designed to engage students in critical debate regarding contemporary foreign policy challenges, with an emphasis on Jewish values and ethics in practice. Will require a bit of reading prior to each class. Instructor: Joy Getnick, PhD $45 + $25 book fee In partnership with Rochester Kollel at Temple B’rith Kodesh

Learn to Read Hebrew in Just FOUR Weeks! Tuesdays, February 5–26, 7–8pm Yiddish Culture Center Flash cards (for you to keep) provided and included. Instructor: Rabbi Dovid Mochkin $35; Optional app for an extra $5 In partnership with Chabad Lubavitch of Rochester.

ONGOING GROUPS Check out our ongoing Adult Enrichment offerings, including Musical Mondays, Art of Painting, Marquetry, Open Craft Studio, Men in Transition (MIT), Current Events, Lane Dworkin Rochester Jewish Book Club, Israeli & International Fold Dancing, and more. For more information, contact Joy Getnick at ext. 239. jccrochester.org

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Happy Hanukkah May your holiday be bright during this season of light. Please join us in celebration.

Nailed it! Hanukkah Competition with PJ Our Way

Hanukkah Concert: Simply Tsfat Sunday, December 2, 1:30pm; Auditoriums Appropriate for all ages. An Israel-based trio featuring inspirational music and storytelling in a uniquely warm and intimate style. Free Sponsored by Chabad Lubavitch of Rochester in partnership with the Louis S. Wolk JCC of Greater Rochester.

Lots of Latkas Family Hanukkah Dinner: A Special Member Event Tuesday, December 4, 5–6:30pm; Auditoriums Join us for a member family Hanukkah dinner followed by a community candlelighting and special screening of Shalom Sesame: The Missing Menorah. View menu online. Dietary options available. RSVP by Thursday, November 29. $6/person; Children 2 and under are free Guests: $10/Adult, $7/Child

Grades 3–6 Saturday, December 8, 6:30–8:30pm; Auditorium C In the spirit of Netflix’s Nailed It, where amateur chefs compete against each other to recreate fantastically designed desserts, join us for our very own Hanukkahinspired cupcake decorating competition. Let’s see if we can “Nail it!” Kosher pizza and snacks will be served. Registration to PJ Library is required. Space is limited. $5/Child Sponsored by PJ Library in partnership with the Louis S. Wolk JCC of Greater Rochester.

The Dreidel House Hanukkah Wonderland Sunday, December 9, 2–4:30pm; Auditorium B Experience Hanukkah activities such as an olive press, LEGO® menorah/dreidel making, cookie decorating, holiday arts & crafts, and more! For more info go to jewishpittsford.com Sponsored by Pittsford Chabad in partnership with the Louis S. Wolk JCC of Greater Rochester.

Sunday Mornings with PJ Library Ages 18 months–5 years December 9 & February 10, 10:30–11:30am Auditorium A A drop-in program featuring crafts, activities, stories, and snack. The December theme is Hanukkah, and the February theme is Honoring Elders. Free Sponsored by PJ Library in partnership with the Louis S. Wolk JCC of Greater Rochester. For more information, contact Joy Getnick at ext. 239.


YOUTH & FAMILIES Floor Hockey

JCC SUMMER CAMPS

• Grades K–2 Sundays, 12–12:45pm Session 1: January 6–February 10 Session 2: February 24–March 31 • Grades 3–6 Sundays, 3:15–4:15pm Session 1: January 6–February 10 Session 2: February 24–March 31 $80/Session Member: $50/Session

CSL Camper Reunion at Getzville JCC, Buffalo NY December 30, 1:30–3pm For more information, contact Staci Hiller at ext. 223. Free

YOUTH SPORTS & FITNESS Registration Opens: Monday, December 17 NEW

Save the Date for Saturday Night Live! Ages 5–12 Saturday, December 15 & February 9, 5–8:30pm $40/Child Members: $25/Child NEW

Tiny Tots Programming

Basketball

NEW

• Grades K–2 Sundays, 1–1:45pm Session 1: January 6–February 10 Session 2: February 24–March 31 • Grades 3–6 Sundays, 2–3pm Session 1: January 6–February 10 Session 2: February 24–March 31 $80/Session Member: $50/Session

Grades 3–6 Mondays, 4:30–5:20pm Session 1: January 7–February 11 Session 2: February 25–April 1 $80/Session Member: $50/Session For more information, contact Carolyn Whitbeck ext. 290.

NEW

Ages 3–4 Choose from Gymnastics or Music. Sundays, 10–10:30am Session 1: January 6–February 10 Session 2: February 24–March 31 $80/Session Member: $50/Session

Kickboxing Kids

Zumba® Kids • Grades K–2 Tuesdays, January 8–April 2, 4:30–5:30pm DGX Studio • Grades 3–8 Wednesdays, January 9–April 3, 4:30–5:30pm DGX Studio Zumba Kids classes feature kid-friendly routines based on original Zumba choreography. We break down the steps, and add games and activities. $175 Member: $150 Gesher Participant: Free

Start Dancing!: An Intro to Ballet, Jazz and Hip Hop Grades 3–8 Mondays, January 8–April 2, 4:30–5:30pm DGX Studio $175 Member: $150 Gesher Participant: Free For more information, contact Lori Ball at ext. 234. jccrochester.org

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Grades 3–6 Tuesdays, 4:30–5:20pm Session 1: January 8–February 12 Session 2: February 26–April 2 $60/Session Member: Free

NEW

Sport Court Fun-Now on Tuesdays!

CATCH© Grades K–2 Thursdays, 4:30–5:20pm Session 1: January 10–February 14 Session 2: February 28–April 4 $60/Session Member: Free

WINTER YOUTH PROGRAMS & EVENTS Fantasy Tabletop Gaming • Grades 4–7 Mondays, January 7–April 1 4:00pm–6pm • Grades 1–3 Fridays, January 11–April 5 4:30pm–5:30pm $130 Member: $110 Gesher Participant: $20

Grades 1–6 Fridays, 4:30–5:20pm Session 1: January 11–February 15 Session 2: March 1–April 5 $60/Session Member: Free

Run Club

FIRST LEGO® League Jr.: Mission Moon!

Grades 3–6 Wednesdays, 5–5:30pm Session 1: January 9–February 13 Session 2: February 27–April 3 $60/Session Member: Free NEW

• Grades 1–3 Mondays, January 7–April 1 4:30pm–6pm • Grades 3–6 Thursdays,January 10–April 4 4:30pm–6pm $200 Member: $150 Gesher Participant: Free

Yoga for Kids

NEW

FIT Females

For more information, contact Carolyn Whitbeck at ext. 290.

NEW

Grades 3–6 Thursdays, 4:30–5:20pm Session 1: January 10–February 14 Session 2: February 28–April 4 $80/Session Member: $50/Session

Grades K–2 Sundays, January 13–April 7, 1–2pm; Dance Studio Enjoy warm-ups, choreographed dances, games and free expression with a focus on dancing for fun and fitness! $175 Member: $150 Gesher Participant: Free For more information, contact Lori Ball at ext. 234.

Table Tennis

Grades 1–4 Wednesdays, 5–5:30pm Session 1: January 9–February 13 Session 2: February 27–April 3 $80/Session Member: $50/Session

Creative Dance for Kids

Pottery Tea Party! Grades 3–8 Mondays, January 7–April, 1 4:30–5:30pm Instructor: Gwen Scott $130 Member: $110 Gesher Participant: Free

Introduction to Costume Design Grades 3–8 Tuesdays, January 8–April 2 4:30pm–5:30pm Instructor: Maggie Luddy $130 Member: $110 Gesher Participant: Free


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Creations in Jewelry Grades 3–8 Tuesdays, January 8–April 2 4:30pm–5:30pm Instructor: Evvy Fanning $130 Member: $110 Gesher Participant: Free

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Comic Books: Appreciation & Creation Grades 2–8 Wednesdays, January 9–April 3 4:30pm–5:30pm Instructor: Gwen Scott $130 Member: $110 Gesher Participant: Free

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PIT Crew Grades 5–8 Monday, Thursday, and Friday during the school year, 3–5:30pm Flex your independence with access to the PIT, the Fitness Center, the Pool and Volunteer opportunities Instructor: Brendon Wadach Free; Requires JCC Membership For more information, contact Lori Ball at ext. 234.

Tu B’Shevat: Let’s Celebrate the Trees! Monday, January 21, 10–11:30am Hart Theater and Auditorium B Ages 18 months–5 years, with a parent Spend the morning celebrating Tu B’Shevat, the traditional Jewish “birthday” of the trees. Watch Shalom Sesame: Grover Plants a Tree and then plant a “tree” (herb garden) of your own while enjoying a story, crafts, and snack. Free Sponsored by PJ Library in partnership with the Louis S. Wolk JCC of Greater Rochester.

Cuisine Series Jr.: Kreplach/Dumpling Making Workshop, for Kids! Sunday, February 10, 2–3:30pm; Auditorium B Children in Grades 2–4, with a parent Join Liz Alpern and Jeffrey Yoskowitz of Brooklyn’s Gefilteria for a hands-on workshop making traditional Jewish kreplach and other delicious dumplings. Learn how the definition of “traditional” Jewish food has evolved, and make some tasty creations of your own. $10/Child Member: $7/Child In partnership with The Center for Jewish Studies at the University of Rochester For more information, contact Joy Getnick at ext. 239.

TYKEs Once Upon a Slime Ages 8+ Mondays, January 7–March 25, 4–5:30pm Children invent, write and perform their own original fractured fairy tale with a (sticky) twist. $175 JCC Member: $150

Physical Theatre Class Ages 8–11 Wednesdays, January 9–February 13, 4–5pm Children create stories through gesture and movement–with PUSH Physical Theatre! $150 JCC Member: $125

Improv Fun-Damentals Ages 5–7 Thursdays, January 10–March 28, 4–5pm Fun, new theatre games and exercises. $175 JCC Member: $150 For more information, contact Freyda Schneider at ext. 269.

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After School Care

CHILDCARE Kindercrew Kindergarten September–June, 9am–11:30am or 11:30am–3pm Choose from 2–5 days per week. Continuous Family Membership required. 5 days a week: $465/month

Before School Care Kindergarten–Grade 6 September–June, 7am–9am Choose from 2–5 days per week. Continuous Family Membership required. 5 days/wk $160/month

Grades K–5 September–June, covers up to 6pm Choose from 2–5 days per week. Continuous Family Membership required. 5 days a week: $465/month

J-Cation Camps During School Breaks Grades K–6 • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Monday, January 21 Theme: Peace Begins With Me • February Break, February 18–22 Theme: Amazing Race • March Camp, Friday, March 22 Theme: Nickelodeon® Day $75/day Member: $65/day Gesher Participant: $55/day For more information, contact Lori Ball at ext. 234.

JCC FACILITIES FOR KIDS Free & Fun for our little and not-so-little members!

HOURS OF OPERATION

The PiT

In Zone

PlayGym

SitterService

Grades 5-8

6-11 yrs old

2-10 yrs old

6 wks-4 yrs

The PiT FREE afterschool destination exclusively for youth and teens, grades 5–8. Have fun, socialize and refuel.

MON

4-8pm

4-8pm

8:30am-2pm 4-8pm

8am-8pm

In Zone FREE to JCC members ages 6–11. Interactive, state of the art fitness equipment just for kids.

TUES

4-8pm

4-8pm

8:30am-2pm 4-8pm

8am-8pm

WED

4-8pm

4-8pm

8:30am-2pm 4:30-8pm

8am-8pm

THURS

4-8pm

4-8pm

8:30am-2pm 4-8pm

8am-8pm

FRI

3:15-5:30pm

3:15-5:30pm

8:30am-2pm

8am-5pm

SAT

12-4pm

8am-4pm

8am-4pm

8am-4pm

SUN

12-4pm

8am-4pm

8am-4pm

8am-4pm

PlayGym FREE to JCC Family Members ages 2–10. Children under age 4 must be accompanied by a parent, guardian or sibling (Grade 7 or older) who will remain with the child in the PlayGym area and on the structure at all times. Children ages 4–10 must be signed in and out by an adult remaining in the JCC. Children must be potty trained. Socks must be worn. SitterService FREE to our JCC Family Members 6 weeks to 4 yrs of age. Two hour time limit and ratios observed.

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SUNDAY FAMILY DROP-IN PROGRAMS

December 2018 – January 2019,10–11:30am Free activities for families Join us at the JCC every Sunday for different themed activities and family fun. Snacks available. Free for members, non-members are welcome with guest pass.

December 2

December 23

January 13

Pirate Treasure Hunt

Out of this World

“Corduroy” Sock Puppets

Aud C

Aud B

Aud C

December 9

December 30

January 20

Hanukkah with PJ Library

Winter Wonderland

Winter Camp In

Aud A

Aud B

Aud C

December 16

January 6

January 27

Fun with Reptiles

Superheroes to the Rescue

Move to the Beat

Aud C

Aud C

Dance Studio

For more information, visit the Main Desk or call (585) 461-2000.

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It’s party time! Plan your child’s next birthday party here at the JCC. Let our staff run the party and entertain your kids while you enjoy the party stress free. Reserve your date today! For more information, contact Shelby Dodds at sdodds@jccrochester.org or ext. 252.

WHAT’S INCLUDED? • One sheet of cheese pizza + drinks • Birthday child + 10 friends • JCC party host • FREE t-shirt for the birthday child • Two hours of party time • Decorated party room in your child’s two favorite

colors (includes paper products and balloons).

Mermaid Splash Party

Lights. Candles. Action

Party Pals

Slither Away

Pool (1.5 hr), Party Room (30 min) Enjoy swimming and playing with an actual Mermaid! Mermaid will swim aside your kids for an hour providing great opportunities for pictures. $450 Member: $375 Character (1 hr), Party Room (30 min) Choice of In Zone or PlayGym (30 min) Let your child choose a character of their choice that will entertain the party! Party includes: story time, bingo, birthday ceremony along with great photo opportunities to make this the perfect birthday package. $450 Member: $375

Theatre (1.5 hr), Party Room (30 min) Come enjoy one of TYKEs (Theatre Young Kids Enjoy) productions with up to 12 of your friends. Includes three free tickets for two adults and child. $450 Member: $375 Reptile Show (45 min), Party Room (30 min) Choice of In Zone or PlayGym (45 min) Kids will be blown away with over 14 different varieties of reptiles. They will have a chance to learn about each one, pet and take great photos at the end! $450 Member: $375


Our event team will work to bring your vision of the perfect Bar or Bat Mitzvah to life. We offer multiple room configurations throughout our venue. In addition, we have an offsite location for a more casual poolside atmosphere surrounded by nature and a beautiful park. The JCC has a team of experienced event coordinators that will ensure your teen and guests have an unforgettable experience. Excite the senses with a menu specially crafted by our inhouse caterer to please guests of all ages. For more information, contact Amy Exton.

amily simcha a memory of a lifetime! Discover everything you need to make your f

The Metzger Family

The Blaustein Family

The Heilbronner Family

Zoe’s Bat Mitzvah was fantastic and exceeded our expectations! Most importantly, Zoe LOVED it! We appreciate all you did to make it such a success.

A grand time was had by all… This success was largely due to the excellent party planning of Amy and her staff as they took on the job of creating an elegant, fun evening. The staff’s enthusiasm and excitement was contagious! Thank you, JCC, for helping our family celebrate in an exciting way!

Thank you for making Olivia’s Bat Mitzvah party such a terrific event. Everyone loved the night and you made it stress-free for me!”

– Mara & David Metzger

– Judy Blaustein

– Larry Heilbronner

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FITNESS SPECIALIZED FITNESS

WINTER FITNESS PROGRAMS

Stretching the Limits for Parkinson’s

Adult Ballet Class-Now Ongoing!

• Level I: Mondays & Wednesdays January 2–February 25, 12–1pm Instructor: Joween Opperman • Level II: Tuesdays & Thursdays January 3–February 26, 2:30–3:30pm Instructor: Christy Shaffer • Level III: Tuesdays & Thursdays January 3–February 26, 3:30–4:30pmpm Instructor: Christy Shaffer $124 Member: $100

Mondays, 5:45pm–7:15pm Barre and center work including jumping and traveling combinations. Increase your strength and flexibility through dance in a casual and fun atmosphere. Open to all levels, previous ballet/dance experience is helpful. Instructor: Kathy Kenez Single Class: $17 Member: $12 5 Class Card: $75 Member: $55 10 Class Card: $140 Member: $100

Boxing for Parkinson’s

For more information, contact Niki Costantino at ext. 271. NEW

Fridays, December 21–January 25, 12–1pm Instructor: Michael Carson $102 Member: $72

Music, Mindfulness & Motion for Alzheimer’s Tuesdays & Thursdays January 8–February 14, 1–2pm Instructors: Kathy Mulvehill & Carm Heidt Free Generously funded by the Konar Family Foundation.

Wednesdays, 6–8pm • Squat 101: January 9 & January 16 • Deadlift 101: January 23 & January 30 • Bench 101: February 6 & February 13 Instructors: Jim Nonnemacher & Michael Gannon $85/Session Member: $60/Session $225/All Sessions Member: $150/All Sessions

NEW

For more information, contact Rachel Maxon at ext. 265.

Foundations of Powerlifiting

Master Squat Class Sunday, January 27, 1–4pm Improve your squat with expert instruction! Prerequisite: Must be able to squat your body weight. Instructors: Jim Nonnemacher & Michael Gannon $70 Member: $50 For more information, contact Rachel Maxon at ext. 265.


WINTER SPORTS & RECREATION

One Day Specialty Clinics

Krav Maga

Pickleball Clinic 1

Mondays, 6–7:50pm Instructor: Coach Ron Finsteun 5 Class Card: $85 Member: $65

Over 30 Basketball League

Monday December 3, 7–9pm Non volley zone –how to stay out of kitchen, shot selection diversification to move your opponents around the kitchen. $50 Member: $30

Tuesdays, January 8–March 12, 6–9pm $435 per team (Includes 5 shirts & all referee fees)

Pickleball Clinic 2

Open Adult Floor Hockey Wednesdays, November 7–February 6, 7–8:30pm $10/night Students: $5/night

Racquetball League February–April A volunteer-run league. Free, members only For more information, contact Rachel Maxon at ext. 265.

Pickleball 101-Core Skills Session 1: Tuesdays December 3–17, 12–1pm $50 Member: $30

Pickleball 101-Core Skills Session 2: Tuesdays January 8–29, 12–1pm Session 3: Tuesdays February 5–26, 12–1pm $65 Member: $40

Pickleball 201-Strokes & Strategies Session 1: Tuesdays December 3–17, 12–1pm $50 Member: $30

Monday December 10, 7–9pm Partner shadowing and communication, 3rd shot variations and offensive and defensive lobs. $50 Member: $30

Pickleball Clinic 3 Monday December 17, 7–9pm Stroke selection ground strokes, dinking, drop shots, and driveshow to stop a banger. $50 Member: $30

Pickleball Ladder League Monday January 7–March 11, 7–9:30pm Please note when registering that league rating require a minimum 2.5 to 3.9 level. $50 Member: $35

Pickleball Advanced League Thursdays January 10–March 14, 7–9:30pm Advanced level play for minimum 4.0 level players. $50 Member: $35 Pickleball Instructor: Jenn Murphy If you are unsure of your level or for more information contact, Brain Dengler at ext. 248.

Pickleball 201-Strokes & Strategies Session 2: Tuesdays January 8–29, 12–1pm Session 3: Tuesdays February 5–26, 12–1pm $65 Member: $40

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AQUATICS JCC Masters Swim Team Monday, Wednesdays 6:30–7:45am Tuesday, Thursdays 6–7pm Ideal for those wishing to train with a group, improve stroke techniques, compete and/or train for triathlons. Team will be registered with US Masters Swimming. $50/Month Member: $40/Month Drop-in: $5/Practice

AQUATIC FITNESS CLASSES Power Oodles of Noodles (formally Aqua Care) Mondays, 9–10am A full hour of non-stop aerobics with emphasis on endurance and strength training. Instructor: Vanessa

Low Impact Strength Noodles

NEW

WINTER AQUATIC PROGRAMS

HYDRORIDER® Advanced Mondays or Thursdays, 5:30–6:30pm Begins January 7 Class will incorporate Hydrorider bikes, drag resistance tools, weights, additional training equipment and challenging intervals. $50/Month Member: $30/Month Drop-in: $10 (pending availability)

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS 30 Minute Private Lessons • 1 Lesson $40 Member: $30 • 5 Lessons $185 Member: $140 • 10 Lessons $350 Member: $260

30 Minute Semi-Private Lessons

NEW

(formally Aqua Size) Mondays, 11–11:45am A fun class designed to push students through low impact motions with various pool noodles, water barbells, and floats. Instructor: Vanessa

Priced per person • 1 Lesson $30 Member: $20 • 5 Lessons $140 Member: $90 • 10 Lessons $260 Member: $160

H2O Bootcamp

GROUP SWIM LESSONS

HYDRORIDER® Basic Tuesdays, 8:40–9:25 am, Saturdays, 9:15–10am Begins January 8 Participants will have access to a Hydrorider bikes: Instructor: Christy & Andrea Free, Registration required.

Drop-in Youth & Gesher Swim Class Placement January 7–10, 4–5pm February 19–21, 4–5pm Registration Opens: Monday, December 17 • Winter Session 1: January 13–February 16 $110/Session Member: $70 Registration Opens: Monday, February 4 • Winter Session 2: February 24–April 6 $110/Session Member: $70

NEW

Tuesdays, 9:15–10am A combination of strength and cardio workout in the water using weights, noodles and your own body weight. Instructor: Avi


10 months–2 years old Sundays, 10am, Tuesdays, 5:30pm Designed for students who are not yet able to respond to verbal cues and jump on land. Parents and children are introduced to the water and become comfortable through water games, songs, floating and fundamental safety and aquatic skills for parents.

NEW

Preschool and Parents Ages 3–5 Sundays, 10:30am, Wednesdays, 5:30pm Designed for students who are not comfortable being in the water without a parent, can respond to verbal cues and jump on land. Parents and children explore body positions, floating, blowing bubbles and fundamental safety and aquatic skills.

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Preschool Level 1 (READY) Ages 4–6 Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, 4pm, 4:30pm Sundays, 11am, 11:30am Designed for students who are ready for their introduction to swimming with an instructor without their parent in the water. Students will become comfortable with underwater exploration and learn to safety exit in the event of falling into a body of water.

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Preschool Level 2 (SET) Ages 4–6 Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, 4pm, 4:30pm Sundays, 11am, 11:30am Designed for students who are comfortable going underwater on their own. Students will learn to control their body movements, buoyancy, directional change and forward movement. Designed for students who are unable to float on their stomach or back on their own.

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Tots and Parents

Youth Swim Lessons Ages 6+ Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 4:30pm, 5pm, Sundays, 12pm, 12:30pm Students will be tested and placed in one of the following groups. Stage 4: Introduction to Strokes: Designed for students who are able to swim 10–15 yds on their front and back independently. Students develop stroke techniques in freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly. Stage 5: Development of strokes. Stage 6: Stoke Mechanics: Students are able to complete 25 yds of freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke. Students refine stroke technique and learn about competitive swimming.

JCC Jellyfish Swim Team (formally Jaws) Ages 7–18 • Winter Session 1: January 13–February 16 • Winter Session 2 : February 24–April 6 Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, 5–5:45 pm A pre-competitive swim program for advanced swimmers looking to increase their endurance and improve their competitive swim strokes. Practice will focus on stroke mechanics, flip turns, and starts through aerobic practices. Pace clock and following practice sets will be introduced. One Day: $90 Two Days: $140 Three Days: $190 For more information, contact Renee Rosenkranz at ext. 289.

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Preschool Level 3 (GO) Ages 4–6 Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, 4pm, 4:30pm, Sundays, 11am, 11:30am Designed for students whom are able to float on their stomach and back independently. Students will learn to swim to safety from longer distances. jccrochester.org

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CULTURAL ARTS NEW–SELECT YOUR SEATS ONLINE WITH OUR NEW TICKETING SYSTEM! For more information, contact Marc Cataldi at ext. 235.

CENTERSTAGE THEATRE

TYKEs (THEATRE YOUNG KIDS ENJOY)

The Legend of Georgia McBride

Corduroy

December 1–16 Area Premiere–Comedy by Matthew Lopez

Raise Your Glass

January 12–21 Based on the world-famous books by Don Freeman about the overall-clad bear’s store-wide search for his missing button.

December 27–31 Songs of Celebration to Ring in the New Year!

It’s a Bird…It’s a Plane…It’s Superman!

Big Wigs December 28–31 8th Straight Drag-tastic Year

Hitmakers: The British are Coming February 2–17 The music of The Beatles and more. Written by Jack Garner

Survivors March 23 & 24 A new play by Wendy Kout inspired by the words and lives of Rochester Holocaust Survivors. $18

Patron: $118

Tickets & Subscriptions on sale at jcccenterstage.org.

March 9–17 TYKEs is thrilled to be the 2nd theatre in the nation to mount this incredible new show! $18

Member: $16

Tickets & Subscriptions on sale at tykestheatre.org.

CULTURAL ARTS PROGRAMS & EVENTS The Center Cuisine Series A new annual culinary series featuring internationally acclaimed chefs celebrating the art of Jewish food. • The Gefilte Manifesto Sunday, February 10, 7:30pm Liz Alpern and Jeffrey Yoskowitz • Millennial Kosher: Recipes Reinvented for the Modern Palate Wednesday, March 14, 7:30pm Chani Apfelbaum • Israeli Soul & Zahav Thursday, April 4, 7:30pm Michael Solomonov and Steven Cook


COMMUNITY American Red Cross Blood Drive

Family Volunteer Opportunity

Wednesday, January 2, 2–7pm; Auditorium B Come help save a life! Advance registration preferred. Walk-ins welcome.

Do you and your family love the JCC? Do you want to get more involved? If so, would you be interested in welcoming new families as JCC members? We are creating a JCC Family Ambassador program and are looking for families like yours to offer a welcoming smile and hand to those new families who are getting to know our wonderful community. If you are interested, contact Michele Ruda for further details. She can share what the program entails and how your family can become a JCC family ambassador. Thank you in advance for your participation as we connect families and make our new friends feel at home. For more information, contact Michele Ruda at ext. 232.

The Good Food Collective The JCC is proud to be a pick-up location for shares from The Good Food Collective, a local organization that seeks to bridge the gap between local farmers and food producers and people looking for fresh, wholesome foods. Learn more here: https:// csa.farmigo.com/join/thegoodfoodcollective/ goodfoodshares.

Parenting Village Drop-In Support Group Sundays, December 16, January 20, & February 17, 9:30am; Conference Room For parents of children 4–10 years old Facilitator: Parenting Village Staff Free

December Dilemma Looking for guidance navigating the “December Dilemma” of Hanukkah, Christmas, and more? Please contact Joy Getnick for resources and support at ext. 239.

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LOTS OF LATKAS! MEMBER FAMILY HANUKKAH DINNER Tuesday, December 4 5–6:30pm; Auditorium It’s party time! Join us for a member family Hanukkah dinner followed by a community candlelighting and special screening of Shalom Sesame: The Missing Menorah. Menu: pizza, salads, drinks, dessert, and of course latkas with all the fixings. Food provided by Boulder Cafe (kosher dairy/vegetarian). Dairy free, gluten free, and nut aware options available by advance request. For more information, contact Joy Getnick at jgetnick@jccrochester.org or ext. 239. RSVP by Thursday, November 29. $6/person; Children two and under are free Guests: $10/Adult $7/Child


Annual Gala January 26, 2019 L ’dor V’dor

CELEBRATE THE JCC & THE HONOREES

from Generation to Generation

The Annual Gala supports our diverse programming, exceptional events and activities that establish lifelong connections and enhance our individual and collective well-being.

There are few people in the community without a special connection to the Louis S. Wolk JCC of Greater Rochester. Grandparents met at the JY. Parents met at Camp Seneca Lake. First friendships were formed in the Wolk Children’s Center. From generation to generation, l’dor v’dor, the JCC is a place where memories are made, traditions are passed down, and culture is honored. Tonight we celebrate them together.

Hosted By 13 WHAM News Hosts: Don Alhart & Scott Hetsko Isobel Goldman & Jennie Schaff Tikkun Olam (Repairing the World) Award One family, mother and daughter, generously devoting themselves to making a significant difference generation after generation in the Jewish community and in the world. Loren Flaum Young Leadership Award For his unwavering leadership, volunteerism and dedication to the JCC and the community. M&T Bank Community Partnership Award For their past, current and future commitment to envisioning a Rochester that celebrates and maintains diversity for future generations.

2019 GALA CO-CHAIRS Michal Benita-Weiss & Dr. Oren Weiss Stacy & Steven Tulgan For more information about tickets, sponsorships, and underwriting opportunities, contact (585) 461-2000, ext. 368 or gala@jccrochester.org. Louis S. Wolk JCC of Greater Rochester The William & Mildred Levine Building 1200 Edgewood Avenue | Rochester, NY 14618 #JCCRocGala19

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For more information, contact Debra Walker at ext. 258.

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