“Creating meaningful experiences in the cultural arts Jewish world”
For more information about cultural arts programs at the JCC, contact:
Tania Guerrero, Arts and Culture Coordinator
403-537-8596 or email
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Friday October 26
10:30 - 11:00am
Join us for a family-friendly candle lighting, kiddush, hamotzi and fun activity or short story.
Jazz Night at the JCC with Andrea Superstein
Thursday November 8
Lounge or dance the evening away to the sounds of Andrea's latest jazz album World's Apart. Tickets on sale soon.
Pre-School Dance Ages 3-5
This introduction to ballet and jazz dance for nursery to kindergarten age will get your child moving and expressing themselves to music. Yael Guterman, La Pointe Dance Studio owner and teacher, will teach children rhythm, body awareness, musicality, and basic dance steps. Boys and girls will gain confidence and enjoyment.
Dress for boys: Any style tshirt with black or navy shorts, and white or black leather ballet shoes with matching ankle socks.
Dress for girls: Pink ankle socks and pink leather full sole ballet slippers with elastic. It is recommended (not mandatory) that hair be worn off the face in a bun, braids, or ponytail.
Fridays Sept.14-Dec. 21
12:45-1:30pm (15 classes)
$270/Member $330/Public 5602
Israeli Folk Dance Ages 16+
Israeli Folk Dance taught by Israeli RAD certified dance instructor, Yael Guterman from La Pointe Dance Studio. Yael will teach you traditional Israeli folk dance steps, combinations, and modern choreographed variations. You can expect a moderate work out set to music – a fun class to move your body and soul! Dress: Comfortable clothes and non-marking shoes appropriate for exercise (please, no flip-flops or outdoor shoes).
6:30-9:00pm (8 classes) (no class Sept.23, 30, Oct.7, Nov.11, Dec.2, 9)
$160/Member $176/Public 5589
Bring a friend and learn to paint. Professional artist, Sarah Bing will lead you each evening through the creation of a new painting that you can take home with you. You will learn diverse styles and types of painting including landscape, still life, and abstract. Sign up for the entire session and see your skills progress. All supplies are provided. Cash wine bar. Registration is required for all attendees by 9:00pm on the Monday before the class.
Thursdays Sept.6, 20; Oct.4, 18; Nov.1, 15, 29; Dec.13
6:30-8:30pm (8 classes)
Per class: $40/Member $42/Public 5598
Digital Photography 101
This short course will teach you how to choose and use a digital camera, process your photos, and make good photos great with post-processing tricks. Experienced photographers will walk you through the steps and hands-on exercises. Camera is not needed for the first class. A digital camera is needed for classes two through four, and a laptop computer is required for classes three and four. Become a photographer or take your photos to the next level while enjoying an afternoon with friends.
Sept.16, 23, 30; Oct.14 1:00-4:00pm (4 classes)
$128/Member $140/Public 5600
Community Klezmer Band
Explore klezmer music and related musical traditions with Frank Rackow. Musicians of any instrument who are able to read and play music at an intermediate level may join this class. You will learn new music and improve your skills while meeting other talented musicians.
Every Second Monday
7:30-9:00pm (20 classes)
$118/Member $125/Public 5601
Drop-in fee: $8/Member & Public
Jewish artists working together to support, encourage, and develop artistic professionalism and growth. Professional and emerging photographers are also welcome to join this group.
Professional Development • Solo and Group Shows • Art Sales
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