Adult Services Department
The Adult Services Department offers social and self-development programs and activities for adults of all ages. Subject areas range from cultural activities, such as films, concerts, and lectures; Judaic programs, such as Lunch and Learn, Hebrew language classes; Outreach programming for adults 55+; and social activities such as day trips and theatre outings.
The Adult Services Department is partially underwritten by the following funds:
Adler-Bennett Endowment Fund; Bonomo Fund; Lore Edidin Memorial Fund; Intergenerational Fund; E. Kaplan Memorial Fund; Newman Fund; Scher Fund; and the Rosa Wohl Fund.
Membership has its benefits!
Members enjoy discounted rates for programs, access to the indoor heated pool and cardiovascular fitness center, free senior strength training classes designed for adults aged 65+ and more! Please click here for additional membership benefits.
The JCCNV is an official SeniorNavigator site, with computers available for accessing the SeniorNavigator network, a statewide, nonprofit website designed to address health and aging concerns and provide information about the approximately 19,000 local programs and services available to seniors, their families and caregivers.
Visitors to the SeniorNavigator website simply type in a keyword, along with their zip code, city or county, to access services available right in their own neighborhoods.
The comprehensive service at www.seniornavigator.com lists sources for everything from where to get blood pressure screenings or flu shots to bone density tests or support groups to yoga classes. For more info, call Pam Wiener at (703) 537-3061.
Active Retiree Department
Inclement Weather Policy
If Fairfax County schools are closed the Active Retiree programs held at the JCCNV are canceled. If schools have a delayed opening, we will hold the programs at the regular time.
To phone the Inclement Weather Hotline, call (703) 425-3763.
Social Action Project
Food for Others especially needs canned meats, fruits, vegetables, chili, pasta, pasta sauce, peanut butter, jelly, macaroni & cheese, fruit juice, coffee and tea. Remember to bring a can and/or a nonperishable food item to the JCCNV whenever you come, to be donated to Food for Others. Please remember, if you are bringing something from your pantry, to check the expiration dates on all items, including canned goods! For your convenience, a collection bin is located in the lobby. Thanks for your continued support.
Monday Morning Trip Line
Call (703) 537-3070 to hear a recording about upcoming trips and to make a reservation. You will receive a confirmation call back.
Active Retiree Activity Line
Call (703) 537-3032 to hear a recording of weekly JCCNV Active Retiree Programs.
Help Save the Environment—Recycle your Cell Phone, iPhone and BlackBerry
When you replace your cell phone, iPhone or BlackBerry, bring your old one to the JCCNV. By doing this, you will enable the Senior Adult Department to make money while also helping to save the environment. We will be collecting these items as an ongoing fundraising project. For your convenience, a collection basket is located at the JCCNV front desk. The newer the item, the more money we raise. However, no item is too old. So if you have old cell phones at home, you can now recycle them. Please let others know about this new endeavor. And, as always, we appreciate your support.
Special Interest Groups
JCCNV Adult Music Ensemble
Do you know how to play a musical instrument, or did you as a young person? Would you like to get together at the JCCNV to play and perform with other musicians? If so, please contact Pam Wiener at (703) 537-3061 or PamW@jccnv.org.
If you enjoy going to the theater but don’t like to go alone, this new group may be what you are looking for. This will be a self-run group that will plan all aspects of their theater outings. For more information, contact Abby Sternberg at Abbym@erols.com or (703) 978-2198.