Monday, Wednesday, Fridays July 17-25, 9am–1pm
Instructors: George Danielson, Class A PGA of America member and Noel Jablonski, Class A LPGA Teaching and Club Professional division member
This camp is designed for golfers of varying levels. Instructors will work with you at your level if you are a beginner or intermediate player. Everything will be supplied, but if you have your own clubs you are welcome to bring them.
This five-session camp will meet on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday the first week followed by Monday and Wednesday the next week in order to give you a chance to rest between sessions. Instructors will review the game, equipment, course layout, and basic terminology. You will work on the proper stance and swing and how to putt and chip. You will spend time hitting on the range and have the opportunity to play on the golf course.
Click here for a full list and details about our adult dance classes.
Cost: $340/ $315 member
Click here to download the registration form.
Mondays, 2pm–3:30pm (9 sessions)
Take part in this hands-on, experiential approach to Jewish learning!
Each individual will have the chance to explore learning, spirituality, and social action on their own terms at their own pace. During the nine months, each individual will:
• Choose an independent study topic unique to their needs and time commitment;
• Choose a ritual/spiritual practice to engage in;
• Choose a social action project to commit to;
• Attend monthly group learning sessions with set curriculum to be taught by local Rabbis and professionals.
October 31: Rabbi Bruce Aft – Congregation Adat Reyim, Adult Rites of Passage
November 21: Rabbi Brett Isserow – Beth El Hebrew Congregation, Tzedakah/Philanthropy
December 19: Rabbi David Kalender – Congregation Olam Tikvah, Individual and Community
January 9: Rabbi Bruce Aft – Congregation Adat Reyim, Interpersonal Relationships
February 20: Sherri Shunfenthal – Author, Mindfulness Facilitator, Mindfulness/Conscious Living
March 13: Rabbi Jennifer Weiner – Education Director, Congregation Adat Reyim, Adding New Insights to the Seder
April 24: Rabbi Evan Ravski – Assistant Rabbi, Congregation Olam Tikvah, Israel and the Jewish Spirit
May 22 : Rabbi Laura Rappaport – Assistant Rabbi, Temple B'nai Shalom, Gratitude
June 12: Rabbi Brett Isserow – Beth El Hebrew Congregation, Judaism and the Environment
This program spans the spectrum of Jewish practice and is for people from any background of Jewish knowledge. Space will be limited due to the nature of this unique and individualized approach to deepening your own engagement with Jewish life. There will be a celebration at the end of the journey — certificates will be awarded and JNF will plant a tree on each participant’s behalf. Don’t miss the opportunity to be in the first graduating class! Contact Carla for information.
Fee: $140/ $115 J member
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.