Private and semi-private lessons in conversational Hebrew are available at all levels. Contact Carla.Rosenfeld@jccnv.org, or 703.537.3060.
Private Lessons: $50/hour
Semi-Private: $40/hour (per student)
Beginner Hebrew classes are offered when there is a minimum of four students. Contact Carla if you are interested.
Level II Yiddish Summer Session
Mondays, June 12–August 7 (8 weeks)
(no class Jul. 3)
Instructor: Norman Buder
Join this class if you have some knowledge of Yiddish and would like to continue to learn to speak and read the language.
Fee: $80/ $70 member
Instructor: Dr. Michael Gorman received his BA, MA, and Ph.D. from American University and continued his studies at the National University of Mexico. He is a professor at Northern Virginia Community College and previously taught at George Mason University.
This continuing class is for those who have taken the Spanish I class at the J or have some knowledge of the language. You will continue to develop your skills and also review previous material. There are no tests, homework, or grades.
Thursdays, July 13–August 13 (4 weeks)
Fee: $48/ $36 member
The J offers a variety of classes for beginner to intermediate adult dancers. All classes are taught by professional dance educators who structure the class around the individual students’ abilities. Dance is a great way to improve balance, flexibility, and coordination while developing a sense of aesthetics and culture.
Click here for our full list of classes and registration details.
Coming fall 2017!
A new, groundbreaking program specifically designed to meet the social, emotional, and spiritual needs of Jewish seekers entering second adulthood!
Presented by Rabbi Ann Folb and Harriette Kinberg
For more information see page 12 in Jewish Journeys or contact Carla.
Thursday, September 14, noon–2:30pm
noon: Lunch (bring dairy or parve/meatless)
Presented by: Ellen Morgenstern, Senior Advisor, Office of the President of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security & Medicare
Ms. Morgenstern will review some of the basics of both programs and the impact of potential Medicare privatization and Social Security cutbacks on seniors and
“pre-seniors.” Strategies for fighting reductions in these vital social insurance programs will be discussed. Coffee, tea, and dessert provided.
Fee: $5/ Free J member
No RSVP – Just come!