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March 5 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Are you looking for social, educational and cultural programs that offer a fun, informal, comfortable setting with those who share the same interests as you?
Terrific Tuesdays is a group for ages 55-plus who meet weekly to enjoy presentations on a variety of topics from interesting speakers, concerts and many other activities. These can range from film discussions to exploring a current Phoenix Art Museum exhibit with a museum docent. Weekly programs begin with coffee, snacks and social time.
A $4 donation is requested at the door. Meetings are usually held at the EVJCC, although some are held offsite. .
New members are always welcome and a JCC membership is not required to attend Terrific Tuesday programs.
This group is open to singles and couples. We hope you can join us!
Sept. 4: Diana Banahan, docent from the Phoenix Art Museum, will speak about “What’s New in 20th-Century Art.”
Sept. 11: The JCC is closed for Rosh Hashanah. Happy New Year!
Sept. 18: Jake Bennett: “Alternatives to the two-state solution in Israel”
Sept. 25: Jerry Millman leads a discussion after a screening of the film “Hava Nagila” (Film starts at 10 a.m. so please arrive by 9:30 a.m.)
Oct. 2: Lecia Owens: “Taking the Mystery Out of Medicare”
Oct. 9: Phoenix Art Museum docent Brooks Hozier: “Photography Through the Lens of Edward Steichen”
Oct. 16: Jamie Flesher, Registered Nurse and certified geriatric care manager: “Be Emergency Ready”
Oct. 23: Educator Phyllis Avalon: “Beliefs Around the World and What do You Believe?”
Oct. 30: Rabbi Dean Shapiro: “The Roots of Jewish Environmentalism”
Nov. 6: Stephanie K. Wolfson, director of education for the David Labkovski Project: “The Connection Between Sholem Aleichem and David Labkovski.
Nov. 13: Susan Sherbocker, Phoenix Art Museum docent: “The Art of Tea”
Nov. 20: David Rosh, ACSW, grief recovery specialist and certified Infinite Possibilities trainer: “Happiness: The Greatest Thing You Can Do for the Planet”
Nov. 27: Rabbi Mendy Deitsch: “Controversial Questions”
Dec. 4: TBA
Dec. 11: Hiromi Yampol, Phoenix Art Museum docent: “East Meets West: Cross-Cultural Exchange Then & Now”
Dec. 18: Lecia Owen, businesswoman, TV star, model, artist, public speaker: “Overcoming the Fear of Change”
Dec. 25: The EVJCC is closed.
Jan. 1 The EVJCC is closed
Jan. 8: Sharon Halliday, Phoenix Art Museum docent: “Impressionism”
Jan. 15: Karolyn Benger: The Get (Jewish divorce)
Jan. 22: Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke: “What’s Going on in Chandler”
Jan. 29: Lawrence Bell, Ph.D., “The History of Jews in Modern Latin America”
Feb. 5: Rabbi Michael Beyo, “The Origins of Sephardic Jewry”
Feb. 12: Jim Aubrey, Phoenix Art Museum docent: “Artist Hans Hofmann
Feb. 19: Jake Bennett of Edward Jones Investments and Mike Genetti of Franklin Templeton Investments: “The Six Barriers to Investment Success”
Feb. 26: Rev. Mary Jane Hyde, a New Thought minister: “Visioning Workshop/Vision Boards” (Bring magazines and any meaningful photos or trinkets you want to place on your vision board)
March 5: Avi Kay, Ph.D. an associate professor at the Jerusalem College of Technology: “Examining the 2019 Israeli Elections”
March 12: Phoenix Art Museum docent Bob Walter: “Peggy Guggenheim: Men, Money and Modern Art”
March 19: Merle Nudelman, “Ekphrastic Poems”
March 26: Jerry Millman, “GI Jews, Jewish Americans in World War II” (film screening) Refreshments will be 9:30-10 and the presentation begins at 10 a.m.