“The expanded adult and senior programming and classes over the past year have been a gift to the community! I love coming to Terrific Tuesdays for the educating, socializing and of course, the nosh. I can’t wait to see what’s next and hope it will continue!” – S. B.
Tuesdays from 10 – 11:30AM
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: Docent from the Phoenix Art Museum
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 and 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 Wolfson, David Labkovski Project director of education and curation: “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: “Happiness: The Greatest Thing You Can do for the Planet”
Nov. 27: Rabbi Mendy Deitsch: “Controversial Questions.”