Contacts for Adults & Seniors

Adult Services Department

Adult Services Director
Pam Wiener
(703) 537-3061
Pam.Wiener@jccnv.org

Adult Programming Director
Carla Rosenfeld
(703) 537-3060
Carla.Rosenfeld@jccnv.org

NV Rides Manager
Jennifer Kanarek
Jennifer.Kanarek@jccnv.org

Lead Adult Group Coordinator
Michele Endick
(703) 537-3065
Michele.Endick@jccnv.org 

Adult Group Coordinators
Sheila Budoff
(703) 537-3068
Sheila.Budoff@jccnv.org

Shelly Rosenstein
(703) 537-3062
Shelly.Rosenstein@jccnv.org

New Americans Group Coordinator
Helen Getter

Adult Department Assistants
Susan Dorfman
Marcia Gordon
Sue Olesch

Upcoming Events

2012 Positive Aging Fair

Adult Services

Fall Kick-Off Event!

Documentary
"No Place on Earth"
with pre-film
presentation by Chris Nicola
Cave Explorer

Thursday, Sept. 18
noon-2:45pm

Join us for this
unbelievable story of courage
and perseverance and to
meet Mr. Nicola.

Learn more...

The Voice

Day Trips and Excursions

Sunday Afternoon Excursions

Tour “Like None Other” of Washington, DC

Sunday, November 2, depart JCCNV 10:30am; return 5:30pm
Contact: Michele.Endick@jccnv.org, (703) 537-3095

Frances Molefsky, a licensed Washington, DC professional tour guide, will narrate a special tour filled with fun, little-known facts. The morning tour will include the National Mall and other “tourist sites” but with uniquely detailed narration. An interesting stop at the Japanese American Memorial to Patriotism in WWII with narration by Fran will be included.

An optional lunch will be at a restaurant TBA — choose from menu, separate charge.

The afternoon will consist of a loop to include the embassies, National Cathedral, Georgetown and other sites of interest. A stop will be at historic Lafayette Park, north of the White House, with interesting history, statues, etc. Our previous tours have sold out with long waitlists, so sign up for this one early — it’s certain to be quite popular!
Fee: $45/ $40 member (includes all transportation and professionally led tour of Washington, DC with 3 stops). Optional lunch at restaurant — separate charge.
Code: #5409
RSVP: Submit payment and registration form to the JCCNV, Attn: Michele Endick. Make check payable to JCCNV with “11/2” on memo line. After 10/22, contact Michele Endick to confirm availability prior to registering.

Weekday Outings to Local Museums & Other Points of Interest

Contact: Michele.Endick@jccnv.org, (703) 537-3095

To Register: Submit payment and registration form to the JCCNV, Attn: Michele Endick. Make check payable to “JCCNV” with the date of the event on the memo line. You will receive a confirmation call back. Please notify Michele prior to the trip if you must cancel. No refunds will be issued unless we are able to fill your reserved space. Trips are subject to change. Please call to confirm. A minimum number of participants is required on all trips.
Fee: $12/ $8 member for bus transportation Note: Some museums have fees that will be collected in addition to the bus transportation.

Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens

Wednesday, September 17, depart JCCNV 9:45am; return 4pm
Contact: Michele.Endick@jccnv.org, (703) 537-3095                         

Enjoy a private group tour of Marjorie Merriweather Post’s former estate, which has one of the most comprehensive collections of 18th and 19th century Russian Imperial art outside of Russia, as well as an extensive collection of 18th century French decorative arts. Highlights include a diamond crown worn by Empress Alexandra at her marriage to Nicholas II, Imperial Easter eggs by Carl Faberge and a collection of costumes worn by Mrs. Post. Enjoy time on your own in the lush gardens and view the new exhibit: Cartier: Marjorie Merriweather Post’s Dazzling Gems.
 
“One of Cartier’s most important and enduring clients, Marjorie Merriweather Post commissioned some of the most exquisite jewelry sets, fashionable accessories, and finely-crafted jeweled frames of any American collector. … jewelry and objects from Hillwood’s Cartier collection will offer a notable perspective on the important role that Cartier played in the life and style of this American icon. … Pierre Cartier, the brother with whom she dealt most directly, shared an interest in Russian imperial art and even sold Post her first piece of Faberge. Post and Cartier collaborated in designing jewelry and accessories for many years, developing and refining her personal style while creating exquisite works of art.”

You are invited to have your picture made wearing a virtual version of one of Marjorie Post’s dazzling gems at the Cartier Picture Booth.
We have reserved seating in the café — separate charge, order from express menu, optional
Fee: $26/ $22 JCCNV member (includes bus transportation and admission/tour at Hillwood)
Code: #5497                    
RSVP: Submit payment and registration form to the JCCNV, Attn: Michele Endick. Make check payable to JCCNV with “9/17” on memo line.

 

National Gallery of Art: View the Wyeth and Degas/Cassatt Special Exhibit
(Repeat trip for those wait listed on 7/16 trip and others, space permitting)

Wednesday, October 1, depart JCCNV 10:30am; return 3:45pm
Contact: Michele.Endick@jccnv.org, (703) 537-3095                                                 

Andrew Wyeth: Looking Out, Looking In “gathers together — for the first time — a select group of Wyeth’s images of windows. Included in the exhibition are watercolor studies quickly executed to capture a momentary impression as well as tempera paintings. The exhibition begins with Wind from the Sea and proceeds to galleries of images that reflect his extended study of windows at other sites of particular interest, including the Olson house in Maine, the Kuerner farm in Pennsylvania, and his own Brandywine studio.” The exhibition, organized by the National Gallery of Art, will be seen only in Washington.

The Degas/Cassatt exhibit focuses  “on the critical period from the late 1870s through the mid-1880s when Degas and Cassatt were most closely allied. This exhibition brings together some 70 works in a variety of media to examine the fascinating artistic dialogue that developed between the two artists. Groundbreaking technical analysis provides new insight into the intersections between their art, in terms of subject matter as well as choice of media and methods.”                     
There are cafés in which to sit, relax and eat.
Fee: $12/ $8 JCCNV member for bus transportation
Code: #5495
RSVP: Submit payment and registration form to the JCCNV, Attn: Michele Endick. Make check payable to JCCNV with “10/1” on memo line. 

Dumbarton Oaks Research Library & Collection

Wednesday, October 15, depart 9:45am; return 12:45pm
Contact: Michele.Endick@jccnv.org, (703) 537-3095       

Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection in historic Georgetown is administered by the Trustees for Harvard University. It supports research and learning in Byzantine, Garden and Landscape, and Pre-Columbian studies. Dumbarton Oaks welcomes researchers to the library and the public to visit its historic Gardens, its Museum — with world-class collections of art; and its Music Room. “The museum strives to advance knowledge and stimulate appreciation of art by engaging visitors aesthetically, visually, and intellectually. We connect scholars with art, and art scholarship with the public.”

The galleries feature specialized collections of Byzantine and Pre-Columbian art, European masterpieces on view in the historic Music Room, and special exhibitions. Mildred and Robert Woods Bliss initiated these collections in the first half of the twentieth century and provided the vision for future acquisitions after giving Dumbarton Oaks to Harvard University.
We will have a 90-minute docent-led tour of this wonderful museum.
Fee: $20/ $16 JCCNV member for bus transportation and tour.
Code: #5496
RSVP: Submit payment and registration form to the JCCNV, Attn: Michele Endick. Make check payable to JCCNV with “10/15” on memo line.