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August Wilson’s Pittsburgh and Beyond

The Ground On Which We Stand: August Wilson’s Pittsburgh and Beyond Thursdays January 6, 13, 20 & 27 10:30-11:30 am Free Join JCC American Jewish Museum Director, Melissa Hiller, and Center for Loving Kindness Director, Rabbi Ron Symons, for this four-session exploration of values and lessons of August Wilson’s Pittsburgh that resonate today. The class will include conversations with experts and artists involved in the American Jewish Museum’s exhibition, Art for …

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The Intersection of Redistricting and Racial Equity: A Case Study in Pennsylvania

As we prepare to turn the calendar to 2022, our thoughts also turn to how we can ensure that all our neighbors have fair representation in the PA voting system in the new year and beyond. The headlines and op-eds are warning us that redistricting in PA is confusing. We know that we need clear explanations of the current state of PA state districting along …

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High School Musical: Beehive!

Richard E. Rauh Senior High Musical: Beehive The 60's Musical Performance Dates Thursday, February 17 • 7 pm Saturday, February 19 • 7:30 pm Sunday, February 20 • 2 pm Wednesday, February 23 • 7 pm Thursday, February 24 • 7 pm Saturday, February 26 • 7:30 pm Katz Performing Arts Center  5738 Darlington Road, Squirrel Hill Tickets: Reserved: $12 General admission: $10/adults; $8/seniors (65+) and students. Purchase tickets by scanning the QR Code below or click HERE!   Masks required Vaccination …

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JCC Day Camp Virtual Info Sessions

• Learn about the benefits of sending your child to day camp • Hear about J&R summer 2022 plans and a Covid-19 update • Learn what sets J&R apart from other day camps • Hear from Rachael Speck, J&R Day Camp Director, and meet other senior staff There is no obligation to register for camp at this session. Special event discount if you refer a friend who registers for Summer …

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Chanukah at the JCC!

Get ready for CHANUKAH! begins on the evening of Sunday, November 28 Chanukah, an eight-day holiday, commemorates the re-dedication of the Jerusalem Temple by Judah the Maccabee in the second century B.C.E., when Syrian King Antiochus used force to impose Greek religion on the people of Israel. This caused an uprising led by Judah the Maccabee and a small band of poorly armed Jews who succeeded in …

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Your Opinion Counts!

Your opinion counts!  Our JCC wants to serve you better. On November 2, current JCC members will receive an email invitation from the JCC Association of North America to take the survey through a survey link that is unique to you. Please complete the brief 10-minute survey about your experience at the JCC.  The survey will only be available until November 16, so don’t miss …

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Remember and Reflect: 10.27 Commemoration 2021

We Remember and Reflect in Spirit and in Action We come together to support each other to honor 11 lives that were taken and to stand against hate. We will honor them throughout the month with community service events beginning October 18 and sessions to study Jewish Learning on October 24 and October 27. Learn more about Community Service Events HERE Learn more about the Study Sessions HERE Come Together …

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JFest: An Arts Festival for the JCC Movement

JCC Association of North America in partnership with Virtual J and Schwartz Reisman JCC | Prosserman JCC, Toronto, ON, presents “JFest: An Arts Festival for the JCC Movement,” which offers high quality, cultural and educational content for all ages throughout the year. In upcoming programs, artist-educators from around the world explore three core storytelling themes: how to tell your story, how others tell our story, …

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JCC Staff In Service and Care Day

Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, the JCC staff has worked tirelessly and beyond all individual expectations and responsibilities to keep our many programs and services available to our members and the community. From the abrupt mid-March 2020 JCC closure to quickly adapting safe protocols and modifying programs to reopen, to assessing vital needs and providing life sustaining support to a community that is in desperate need of support …

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Yizkor Candle Lighting

Throughout the generations, four times a year, members of the Jewish community are invited to light a yizkor (memorial) candle in welcoming a holiday and in remembrance of those who are no longer with us. Rather than lighting that candle in your home by yourself, we invite you to join with Rabbi Symons, Spiritual Leader Sara Stock Mayo, 10.27 Healing Partnership Director Maggie Feinstein and …

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