1391 Martine Ave. Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
Ph: 908-889-8800

Classes and Lectures

Mah Jongg for Beginners and Advanced Beginners

Thursdays • January 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 • 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
or
Tuesdays • February 19, 26, March 5, 12, 10 • 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
This is the perfect way to learn this ancient game.  Our experienced instructor will provide instruction to beginners and advanced beginners, answer questions, offer suggestions, give advice and form groups as needed. Supplies for beginner players will be provided. All levels, groups and individuals are welcome. Registration for the entire session required.
Price: $70, Member Price: $50 (5 classes) 

Canasta for Beginners

Thursdays •  January 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, February 7 • 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Another JCC favorite!  For those of you who have never played, canasta is easy-to-learn, but challenging.  It’s a great way to socialize with friends too!  Registration for the entire session required.
Price: $84, Member Price: $60 (6 classes)  

From Bach to Sinatra Music Appreciation Class with conductor Thomas Elefant
Celebrate the New Year with Champagne Music

Tuesday, January 22 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 
High level music appreciation course. Sponsored by Elinor Goldman in memory of her late husband LeonardAlso Feb. 19 Theme and Variations and March 19 preparation for Handel Festival Orchestra trip.
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org  

Mosaics and Mixed Media Jewelry with Lesley Vogel

Wednesday, January 23 • 10:15 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. • lunch break 12:15 - 1:00 p.m.
Work on substantial projects over the course of several weeks. Selected projects will be entered in Union County Art Show. No prior experience required. Not appropriate for a single class. Sponsored by the John H. Van Winkle Foundation. (Full schedule is January 23, February 27, March 13, April 3 and May 22.)
Price: $25/class, Member Price: Free, Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org  

Reading and Discussion of Short Stories, Essays, Newspaper Articles, Poetry, and More with Barbara Buettner

Wednesday, January 23 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Retired English college professor shares interesting pieces followed by lively discussions.   
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org 

Oral History with Gail Meyer

Thursday, January 24 • 9:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Create your own oral history to preserve your story, which if not recorded or written, will be lost. Gail was trained at Columbia University in Community Based Oral History Projects and Implementing and Designing an Oral History Program. Participants will be invited to sign up to record their own stories on Thursday mornings. Sessions will be private. Call Alison at 908-889-8800 ext. 260 to set up recording time.  

Stop At the Red Apple with Elaine Freed Lindenblatt

Thursday, January 24 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 
The Red Apple Rest was a legendary restaurant from the 1930s through the 80’s on NY Route 17 located between New York City and the Catskill Mountains. It served many entertainment luminaries as well as over a million customers every year. Elaine, the youngest child of the owners, shares her stories as 50 years unfold in lively vignettes. It is an account of growing up in the 50s in small town America as well as a glimpse into the workings of a successful food operation and a swan song to a glorious slice of bygone popular culture.
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org   

Memoir Writing a Legacy with English Teacher and Writer, Edie Scher

Monday, January 28 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 
Edie will teach easy ways to write some of your life experiences for your family.  Work is shared and assignments are given at each session.  
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org    

Musical Theater and Film with Professor John Kenrick
Judy Garland: Beyond the Rainbow  

Tuesday, January 29 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 
John Kenrick teaches theater at NYU and brings his lifetime of theater experiences to this class. Judy Garland was a vaudeville star at age 8; at age 13 an MGM star and age 49 a burnt out has-been. Enjoy this affectionate but honest look back at Garland’s dazzling career and tempestuous private life.  This arts program is made possible in part by a 2018 HEART (History, Education, Arts Reaching Thousands) Grant from the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders.
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org    

FREE Workshop! Internet Safety and Security
Children and Mobile Devices:  All You Wanted to Know, but Were Afraid to Ask

Tuesday, January 29 • 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Mobile device consultant and owner of Papa Bear Digital Protection, Marc Herzog, will answer your questions regarding the threats that face our children in the digital world.  This will be a discussion, not a presentation. 
Topics include (but are not limited to):

  • when should a child have mobile device?
  • how often should a parent check mobile device activity?
  • conversations to have with your child(ren)
  • phone set-up recommendations
  • group chats and social media monitoring
  • anonymous apps

Marc Herzog has more than 15 years experience working with corporate clients to understand technology and security.  As a family man, "Papa Bear" Marc realized his true passion for protecting families in the digital age and teaching them how to monitor and safeguard activities.  Marc's extensive experience and knowledge will ensure that you and your family can enjoy the digital world safely and with confidence.

Newark Museum Speakers Bureau: Newark, King of Jewelry

Wednesday, January 30 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
The Newark Museum excels in its coverage of American jewelry, particularly from the 19th century when the role of jewels in American life was transformed. The collection is especially important and interesting because it reflects the leading role of Newark in the development of jewelry arts in America. 
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org    

Oral History with Gail Meyer

Thursday, January 31 • 9:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Create your own oral history to preserve your story, which if not recorded or written, will be lost. Gail was trained at Columbia University in Community Based Oral History Projects and Implementing and Designing an Oral History Program. Participants will be invited to sign up to record their own stories on Thursday mornings. Sessions will be private. Call Alison at 908-889-8800 x260 to set up recording time.  
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org    

Revolutionary Architect Frank Gehry with Cultural Historian Barbara Tomlinson

Thursday, January 31 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
It is seldom that an artist completely changes the way their art form is made. Real artistic revolutions are rare. Architect Frank Gehry is one of the few who completely changed the way we construct and experience buildings. Come meet this fascinating artist, marvel at his inspirations and learn how he changed the cities that "took a chance on the new." Sponsored by the Richard Gordon Memorial Fund.
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org     

Eating Disorders: Not Just a Problem for the Young with Kathleen Malkiewicz, EdM, DTR

Monday, February 4  • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Most people think that eating disorders only affect young women but an increasing number of middle-aged and senior adults struggle with these serious (and often secretive) illnesses.  Come learn about the risk factors for eating disorders, how they affect one’s health, and treatment options.  
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org      

Clips from Flicks : Broadway Musicals from Stage to Film with Bob Rivlin
Guys and Dolls and Pajama Game

Tuesday, February 5 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 
Only through the medium of film can we keep the great musicals alive in our minds. This winter we will sample some of the greats with retired English teacher Bob Rivlin. 
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org  

Roses and Rose!

Tuesday, February 5 • 7:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Let your creative side bloom in this flower arranging class with Lisa Mohn of Apple Blossom Florists in Scotch Plains!  Sip wine and create a stunning fresh floral arrangement to bring home. We will supply the vases, or you can bring a favorite from home too. Register by Thursday, January 31.
Price: $55, Member Price: $45 

Musical Theater and Film with Professor John Kenrick
My Fair Lady - Broadway's Lover-ly Musical Hit

Wednesday, February 6 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 
John Kenrick teaches theater at NYU and brings his lifetime of theater experiences to this class.  Despite warnings that it couldn't be done, Lerner & Loewe adapted Shaw's Pygmalion into one of the most popular musicals of all time. We'll learn how this show came to be and how it changed the lives of its stars and creators. Sponsored by the Richard Gordon Memorial Fund. 
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org  

Oral History with Gail Meyer

Thursday, February 7 • 9:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Create your own oral history to preserve your story, which if not recorded or written, will be lost. Gail was trained at Columbia University in Community Based Oral History Projects and Implementing and Designing an Oral History Program. Participants will be invited to sign up to record their own stories on Thursday mornings. Sessions will be private. Call Alison at 908-889-8800 x260 to set up recording time.  

Drama Series with Professor Hannah Fujiki DeVorkin
Lorraine Hansberry, America’s Sweetheart: The Prophetic Success of A Raisin in the Sun

Tuesday, February 12 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun is famous for its vivid characters and its dignified portrayal of a struggling black family in the late 1950s.  Come listen in to this lecture about the inspiration for this great play and about the young genius writer who penned it. Sponsored by The Westfield Foundation. 
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org    

Oral History with Gail Meyer

Thursday, February 14 • 9:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Create your own oral history to preserve your story, which if not recorded or written, will be lost. Gail was trained at Columbia University in Community Based Oral History Projects and Implementing and Designing an Oral History Program. Participants will be invited to sign up to record their own stories on Thursday mornings. Sessions will be private. Call Alison at 908-889-8800 x260 to set up recording time.  
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org  

Cultural Events and Controversies with Robert Galante

Thursday, February 14 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Award-winning history teacher Robert Galante Jr. takes us beyond current headlines to explore fundamental American principles under the constitution: freedom, justice and equality.  
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org  

Canasta for Advanced Beginners

Thursdays • February 14, 21, 28, March 7, 14 • 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Instruction for the beginner/novice players as well as strategy, tips and variations for the returning or experienced players.  Groups and individuals of all levels are welcome. Registration for the entire session required.
Price: $70, Member Price: $50 (5 classes)

From Bach to Sinatra Music Appreciation Class with conductor Thomas Elefant
Theme and Variations

Tuesday, February 19 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 
High level music appreciation course. Find out why this form has been beloved throughout the musical periods. Sponsored by Elinor Goldman in memory of her late husband Leonard
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org   

Oral History with Gail Meyer

Thursday, February 21 • 9:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Create your own oral history to preserve your story, which if not recorded or written, will be lost. Gail was trained at Columbia University in Community Based Oral History Projects and Implementing and Designing an Oral History Program. Participants will be invited to sign up to record their own stories on Thursday mornings. Sessions will be private. Call Alison at 908-889-8800 x260 to set up recording time. 
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org  

Public Parks and Private Gardens: with Cultural Historian Barbara Tomlinson

Thursday, February 21 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
The fall of the monarchy in France had many unexpected consequences not least of which was the opening to the public of formerly royal land. Suddenly the public had access to magnificent forests and parks. Come see what our favorite artists, the Impressionists, made of all this glorious new green space.  Sponsored by the Richard Gordon Memorial Fund.
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org   

Memoir Writing a Legacy with English Teacher and Writer, Edie Scher

Monday, February 25 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 
Edie will teach easy ways to write some of your life experiences for your family.  Work is shared and assignments are given at each session.  
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org    

Famous Buildings and  Structures and their Architects and Developers with Paul White

Tuesday  February 26 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 
You will be fascinated by these men and women and how they have changed the landscape around us. Sponsored by the Richard Gordon Memorial Fund.
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org   

Mosaics and Mixed Media Jewelry with Lesley Vogel

Wednesday, February 27 • 10:15 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. • lunch break 12:15 - 1:00 p.m.
Work on substantial projects over the course of several weeks. Selected projects will be entered in Union County Art Show. No prior experience required. Not appropriate for a single class. Sponsored by the John H. Van Winkle Foundation. (Full schedule is January 23, February 27, March 13, April 3 and May 22.)
Price: $25/class, Member Price: Free, Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org  

Reading and Discussion of Short Stories, Essays, Newspaper Articles, Poetry, and More with Barbara Buettner

Wednesday, February 27 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Retired English college professor shares interesting pieces followed by lively discussions.  
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org 

Oral History with Gail Meyer

Thursday, February 28 • 9:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Create your own oral history to preserve your story, which if not recorded or written, will be lost. Gail was trained at Columbia University in Community Based Oral History Projects and Implementing and Designing an Oral History Program. Participants will be invited to sign up to record their own stories on Thursday mornings. Sessions will be private. Call Alison at 908-889-8800 x260 to set up recording time. 
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org   

Book Updates with Librarian Debbie Abrams

Wednesday, February 28 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Debbie will highlight selected books on the bestseller lists and other good choices and share reviews.  Participants are encouraged to recommend good books that they are currently reading.
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org   

Ways to Enhance Flavor with Reduced Salt with Savory Spice Shop

Monday, March 4 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m
Marty, from the Savory Spice Shop in Westfield will introduce us to various spices and herbs to increase flavor in your cooking without adding much salt. Sponsored by the Richard Gordon Memorial Fund.
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org  

Drama Series with Professor Hannah Fujiki DeVorkin
What is Feminist Theatre? The Work of Caryl Churchill and her play Top Girls

Tuesday, March 5 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
For women's history month, we're going to focus on the mother of feminist theatre, Caryl Churchill and her classic and oft-produced play Top Girls.  What is feminist drama?  What is the point of it?  And how did feminist drama change theatre?  All these questions and more will be answered during this exciting lecture. Sponsored by The Westfield Foundation. 
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org  

Book Updates with Librarian Debbie Abrams

Wednesday, March 6 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Debbie will highlight selected books on the bestseller lists and other good choices and share reviews.  Participants are encouraged to recommend good books that they are currently reading. 
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org  

Sing–a-Long with Mitch Radler

Thursday, March 7 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Musician Mitch Radler will bring his guitar and lead us in our favorite songs. Song sheets will be provided. Join us for a fun time!  No singing experience required. 
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org  

Clips from Flicks - My Fair Lady and Fiddler on the Roof

Tuesday, March 12 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.  
Discuss Broadway musicals from stage to film with retired English teacher Bob Rivlin.  Only through the medium of film can we keep the great musicals alive in our minds.
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org 

Reading and Discussion of Short Stories, Essays, Newspaper Articles, Poetry, and More with Barbara Buettner

Wednesday, March 13 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Retired English college professor shares interesting pieces followed by lively discussions.  
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org  

Mosaics and Mixed Media Jewelry with Lesley Vogel

Wednesday, March 13 • 10:15 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. • lunch break 12:15 - 1:00 p.m.
Work on substantial projects over the course of several weeks. Selected projects will be entered in Union County Art Show. No prior experience required. Not appropriate for a single class. Sponsored by the John H. Van Winkle Foundation. (Full schedule is January 23, February 27, March 13, April 3 and May 22.)
Price: $25/class, Member Price: Free, Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org

Drawing and Painting for Adults with Debbie Livingston

Thursdays • March 14, 21, 28, April 4, 11, 25, May 9, 16 (make-up class May 23) • 9:15 – 11:45 a.m.
Try this JCC favorite!  It’s a fun, social way to express yourself through drawing and painting.  All levels welcome. Registration required.
Price: $235, Member Price: $190, all supplies and light snacks included 

Cultural Events and Controversies with Robert Galante

Thursday, March 14 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Award-winning history teacher Robert Galante Jr. takes us beyond current headlines to explore fundamental American principles under the constitution: freedom, justice and equality.  
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org    

From Bach to Sinatra Music Appreciation Class with conductor Thomas Elefant
Preparation for Handel Festival Orchestra Trip featuring Harpist Melanie Genin

Tuesday, March 19 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 
High level music appreciation course. Learn more about the harp and harpist Melanie Genin. Melanie is known for her “desire to re-shape and re-invent classical music. She has performed in some of the most prestigious halls in the world including Carnegie Hall and Royal Albert Hall London.Sponsored by Elinor Goldman in memory of her late husband Leonard
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org  

 

Degas Hats with Cultural Historian Barbara Tomlinson

Thursday, March 21 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Who knew how many paintings Degas made of hats and the women in Paris who made them? One little known avenue for women to become artists in turn-of-the-century Paris was to become a milliner. Hats were a fashionable woman's crowning glory and the women who made them became famous. Degas documented this little appreciated social phenomenon. Come learn the full story.  Sponsored by the Richard Gordon Memorial Fund. 
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org   

Memoir Writing a Legacy with English Teacher and Writer, Edie Scher

Monday, March 25 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 
Edie will teach easy ways to write some of your life experiences for your family.  Work is shared and assignments are given at each session.  
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org    

Musical Theater and Film with Professor John Kenrick
Gene Kelly - Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance

Tuesday, March 26 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. 
John Kenrick teaches theater at NYU and brings his lifetime of theater experiences to this class. This session we will learn about the tough fisted kid from Pittsburgh who became Hollywood's dancing personification of masculine grace. How did someone who swore he'd never work for MGM become that studio's longtime star. Sponsored by Jill Horowitz Rome of Coldwell Banker. 
Price: $8, Member Price: Free,  Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org      

Mosaics and Mixed Media Jewelry with Lesley Vogel

Wednesday, April 3 • 10:15 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. • lunch break 12:15 - 1:00 p.m.
Work on substantial projects over the course of several weeks. Selected projects will be entered in Union County Art Show. No prior experience required. Not appropriate for a single class. Sponsored by the John H. Van Winkle Foundation. (Full schedule is January 23, February 27, March 13, April 3 and May 22.)
Price: $25/class, Member Price: Free, Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org  

Medications: The Things They Don’t Tell You with Pharmacist Brian Pinto of Tiffany Pharmacy in Westfield 

Monday, May 6 • 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Brian will review how the side effects of some medicines can actually bring on more problems.  Brian is the owner of Tiffany Natural Pharmacy in Westfield. His specialties include special medicine compounding, diabetes education, orthopedic shoe and compression stocking fitting and natural and homeopathic medications.
Price: $8, Member Price: Free, Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org  

Mosaics and Mixed Media Jewelry with Lesley Vogel

Wednesday, May 22 • 10:15 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. • lunch break 12:15 - 1:00 p.m.
Work on substantial projects over the course of several weeks. Selected projects will be entered in Union County Art Show. No prior experience required. Not appropriate for a single class. Sponsored by the John H. Van Winkle Foundation. (Full schedule is January 23, February 27, March 13, April 3 and May 22.)
Price: $25/class, Member Price: Free, Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org 

Highlights of the Newark Museum

Thursday, May 23 • 12:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Enjoy a docent tour exploring some of the highlights of the Newark Museum including the American Collection, Decorative Arts, Arts of Asia, Jewelry, Tibet and Its Treasures and more. Free time to visit the wonderful gift shop. Reservations needed by Thursday, May 16.  
Price: $55, Member Price: $45, lunch on your own prior to the trip

    

 

 


 

 

 



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