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Adult Classes

The Adult Programs Department plans a multitude of events and programs throughout the year that are educational, cultural, entertaining, stimulating and just plain fun. Click on the program name for a description of the class.  

 

Day   Time     Class & Description
Monday
 
10:30am    

Brain Games

If you enjoy the challenge of word games, this is your chance to put your skills to the test.  Join Shayna for interactive Brain Games held in a small, group setting where you can exercise your mind meet people with similar interests and have some fun!

Members & Community: FREE

1st & 3rd Monday each month • On-going classes.

For more information or to register, contact 954.434.0499, ext. 370.


12:30pm    

Mah-Jongg & Canasta

Learn mah-jongg basics or just come to play.  This is an ongoing class so you may join at anytime.  Instruction is available if needed.  Come by yourself to learn or bring your mah-jongg group to play.
Instructor: Nancy Alberts

Members & Community: $5 per class + card fee of $8 (Beginner lessons $10 per class)
Ongoing

For more information call Nancy Alberts at 954.322.2581.


12:30pm    

Meditation

Join our facilitator, Esther Cohen, from VITAS for a 5-minute meditation session to quiet your mind, relax, and renew for the rest of your day.

facilitated by
Vitas Healthcare

Studio A | Members & Community: FREE

For more information or to register, contact 954.434.0499, ext. 370.


Tuesday   10:30am    

Bereavement Group

This support group, facilitated by experienced counselors, is for individuals who have lost a loved one. The group is free and open to the community. It is run in collaboration with Catholic Hospice.

Members & Community: FREE

Contact: 954-434-0499, ext. 370


10:30am    

Current Events

In this popular and lively discussion class learn about what is going on in today’s world and talk about topics that are directly from newspapers at home and abroad.

Facilitator: Peter Levine

Members & Community: FREE

For more information or to register, contact 954.434.0499, ext. 370.

Peter Levine was born in New York City and educated in the city public education system. He attended The George Washington University where he received a BA in history. He also completed 2 years of graduate work in history and political science at C.W. Post College while working at WCBS-TV News. He left New York in 1967 to lecture at the Copenhagen International School where he taught history, government and introductory economics. Most recently he worked at the Broward County Property Appraiser's office for 10 years working in the Community Outreach Department. He represented the Appraiser's office at homeowner, condo and civic association meetings. Peter Levine is now retired.


10:30am    

Yiddish Class

Appreciate the Yiddish language by exploring literature and culture through classroom discussion. All levels from beginner to philosophers are welcome.

Instructor: Jay Riazanow

Members & Community: FREE 

For information contact Jay Riazanow at 954-835-0532.


7:00pm    

Duplicate Bridge

A competitive, stratified ACBL sanctioned duplicate bridge game. Come play bridge in a relaxed environment; bring a friend or make a new one.  Partners may be arranged.
Instructor: T.J. Singer 

Members: $7 • Community: $10
On-going classes. • Fees are per class. Prepay for 10 entries and get one free.

For more information, contact T.J. Singer at jcc@anotherbridgeclub.com or 954.399.1222.


Wednesday   11:00am    

Ageless Grace

A dynamic fitness program for seniors in which the brain is stimulated by everyday natural and organic movements that increase cognitive function. All exercises are performed in a chair. 

Instructor: Lana Gelb

Members & Community: FREE 

Call 954-434-0499, ext. 370.


7:30 pm    

Dance with Irene

The only thing you need to bring with you to class is a partner. Irene will show you the rest. Dancing is fun, romantic and great exercise!

Instructor: Irene J. Marshall

Disco
Wednesdays • 7:30-9:00 p.m. | 
Members: $77 per person • Community: $95 per person | Couples only
Please wear shoes that don't stick to the floor.
Class starts January 10, 2018



Thursday   10:00am    

Knitting Group

Southeast Chapter of Florida Head Huggers

If you like to knit or crochet or would like to learn, this amazing dedicated group wants you.  Every week, get together to make caps, wraps and blankets that will be donated to adult and children cancer patients undergoing treatment.  Contributions and donations of yarn are always appreciated.  Please drop them at any reception desk.

Members & Community: FREE

Contact Aline Zucker for more information at 954-610-2981


10:30am    

Israel and the Middle East

Israel and the Middle East — the history, politics, religion, ethnicity, water, oil and current events — are all discussed in this lively, open-discussion class with Dr. Steve Schoenbaum. Expression of all viewpoints is encouraged.

Members & Community: FREE

First & third Thursdays of each month

For information call 954-434-0499, ext. 370.


10:30am    

Political Science & Economics

In this discussion class you will explore systems of government and analyze the current political activity and behavior. With the approaching presidential election you will explore current political events and learn how the general principles surrounding the world of politics work.
Instructor: Peter Levine, former history lecturer at the Copenhagen International School

Members & Community: FREE
Second & fourth Thursdays of each month

For more information or to register, contact 954.434.0499, ext. 370.

Peter Levine was born in New York City and educated in the city public education system. He attended The George Washington University where he received a BA in history. He also completed 2 years of graduate work in history and political science at C.W. Post College while working at WCBS-TV News. He left New York in 1967 to lecture at the Copenhagen International School where he taught history, government and introductory economics. Most recently he worked at the Broward County Property Appraiser's office for 10 years working in the Community Outreach Department. He represented the Appraiser's office at homeowner, condo and civic association meetings. Peter Levine is now retired.


12:30am    

Mah-Jongg

Learn mah-jongg basics or just come to play.  This is an ongoing class so you may join at anytime.  Instruction is available if needed.  Come by yourself to learn or bring your mah-jongg group to play.
Instructor: Nancy Alberts

Members & Community: $5 per class + card fee of $8 (Beginner lessons $10 per class)

Ongoing

For more information call Nancy Alberts at 954.322.2581.


7:00pm    

Duplicate Bridge

A competitive, stratified ACBL sanctioned duplicate bridge game. Come play bridge in a relaxed environment; bring a friend or make a new one.  Partners may be arranged.
Instructor: T.J. Singer 

Members: $7 • Community: $10
On-going classes. • Fees are per class. Prepay for 10 entries and get one free.

For more information, contact T.J. Singer at jcc@anotherbridgeclub.com or 954.399.1222.


7:30pm    

Ballroom Dance with Irene

The only thing you need to bring with you to class is a partner. Irene will show you the rest. Dancing is fun, romantic and great exercise!

Instructor: Irene J. Marshall

Salsa & Waltz
Thursdays • 7:30-9:00 p.m. |
Members: $77 per person • Community: $95 per person | Couples only
Please wear shoes that don't stick to the floor.
Class starts January 11, 2018

Rhumba & Meringue
Thursdays • 7:30-9:00 p.m. |
Members: $77 per person • Community: $95 per person | Couples only
Please wear shoes that don't stick to the floor.
Class starts January 11, 2018

For more information or to register, contact 954.613.9006 or email dancing.irene13@gmail.com.

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