May 26, 2015
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On-going Programs

Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon video

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Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays
9:20-10:20 am
Get on the move with our total body low impact group exercise class. This class is especially designed for active aging adults that are looking to improve cardiovascular fitness, make a few strength gains, and fine tune your balance. 

Reader's Theater
1:00 pm
One of them most popular performance styles because it is flexible creative and doesn’t require actors to memorize lines.  Participants will learn to develop characters explore vocal techniques, learn to read more expressively blocking and bring a show to performance. If you enjoy acting, comedy, drama and laughter join this class.

9:30 am
Our Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) volunteer group of special women who give their time and energy stuffing dolls and sewing them up for young children who have cancer; these dolls go to Parkland Hospital. For newborn babies, volunteers knit baby caps and booties. Volunteers are welcome. We accept donations of fabrics, stuffing and yarn.


Guest Speaker
11:00 am
Each Monday we have a guest speaker, often a local Jewish educator, for a presentation and interactive discussion. 


1:00 pm

Join us for an hour of fun playing Scrabble.
Contact Anna Angorina in the Senior Adult office at 214-239-7119 or
aangorina@jccdallas.org for more details.  

Tuesday at the Movies
10am - Senior Lounge

See the Senior Spotlight for the latest info.

1:00-2:00 pm
Director Sharon Balaban and accompanist Al Schueler lead this group of people who love to sing and perform. The chorus performs at the J and local retirement communities, and welcomes new voices! No memorization required. Contact the Senior Department at 214-239-7115 for further details.

Line Dancing for Seniors
1:00 pm
Join us to learn some fun line dances or just come for the great exercise.  You never need a partner, Plus you get the health benefits of working out with realizing you are actually exercising. Dancing has been found to be the only regular physical activity associated with a significant drop in the incidence of dementia. Other Studies have shown Line Dancing in particular to be a great help in areas of memory, balance, cardiovascular and vertigo.

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10:00 am-12 noon
Nancy Johnson will be teaching a new Water Color Class
You don’t need any prior Experience to join the fun and creativity 
•      Reduce stress
•      Try a new hobby and stimulate your Brain
•      Make new friends
Supplies needed:
Bring your own water color paper and water color paints
Please RSVP and we’ll save you an easel!

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1:15 to 2:00pm




Free J Member/$25 Non-Member (includes materials and a certificate of completion)

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