We are working to create tools and resources to help you stay healthy, connected and engaged during these unprecedented times. We will be updating content daily! The role of the JCC has always been to be the place that people can gather – where people welcome and take care of one another. That continues to be our mission and we are working hard to keep us all connected!
A FREE, PRIVATE VIRTUAL WORKOUT WITH YOUR SQUAD
You are invited to share your J with everyone. Choose your guests, select a time and format and we will do the rest.
Your Squad will stay safe in their own homes while enjoying the benefit of staying active and staying social, virtually!
To learn more or set up your virtual workout, contact Amy Hodge at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ll work together to create a customized training plan, hold you accountable and show you how to train smart – not just hard. Plus, we will help you stay motivated and focused on your goals while you build a relationship with a professional trainer who cares!
- Gain general strength and flexibility
- Improve balance and core strength
- Lose body fat and weight
- Reduce pain or ease back into exercise after an injury
- Customized programs designed to fit your goals
Express Session (30 minutes) Starting at $46
Full Service (50 minutes) Starting at $77
To schedule a session or to learn more, contact Anna Golv, Fitness & Group Exercise Manager at email@example.com
*St. Paul JCC Members Only
Enjoy the benefits of a personalized workout and coaching in a virtual small group setting.
VIRTUAL YOUTH POWER CLUB
MONDAYS & THURSDAYS • 5 PM
$149/MONTH (2X/WEEK) • $100/MONTH (1X/WEEK) • $25/CLASS
MEMBERS AGES 12+
Whether missing your school sport or looking for fun ways to exercise virtually with kids your own age, POWER CLUB has something for everyone!
CLICK HERE to register
Click here for Silver Sneaker workouts, wellness videos and exercise programs.
Click here for Silver & Fit workouts.
CLICK HERE to view the JCC YouTube Channel
CULTURAL ARTS / ENRICHMENT & LEARNING
TWO MONDAYS PER MONTH • 9 – 10 AM
Listen and learn from inspiring, knowledgeable and prominent individuals of the Twin Cities. Professors, sports figures, entrepreneurs, theater directors and more!
MONDAYS • 10:30 AM – NOON
Do you have a passion for words? Join like-minded writers in this supportive and uncritical weekly creative writing group.
To join the group, contact Barbie Levine.
4TH THURSDAY OF THE MONTH • 10 – 11 AM
Our Book Group reads a wide variety of texts: novels, memoirs, non-fiction, short stories and everything in-between! The conversations are enlightening and fun; the people are engaged and enthusiastic.
MUDDY WATERS: CLIMATE CHANGE, THE ENVIRONMENT AND WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM JEWISH TEXTS
A virtual Exhibit featuring new works by the Jewish Artists' Laboratory
Muddy Waters explores a wide array of pressing environmental issues using a diverse breadth of art forms. These new works comment both subtly and overtly on the current state of our planet, our responsibility to serve as activists and how art plays a key role in making change.
ARTISTS INCLUDE: Aarah Aizman, Susan Armington, Robyn Awend, Jaymee Chanen,
Gloria Cooper, Toni Dachis, Suzanne Fenton, Ann Ginsburgh-Hofkin, Leah Golberstein, Jonathan Gross, Rani Halpern, Bonnie Heller, Sylvia Horwitz, Anita Konikoff, Paula Leiter-Pergament, Carolyn Light Bell, Lynda Monick-Isenberg, Alison Morse, Aimee Orkin, Dina O’Sullivan, Diane Pecoraro, Kris Prince, Phil Rosenbloom, Sarah Routman, Roslye Ultan, Susan Weinberg, Rochelle Woldorsky, Liba Zweigbaum-Herman
CLICK HERE to view the exhibit
The Interfaith Artist Circle of the Twin Cities is a group of visual artists who pursue art as a spiritual journey. Originally founded in 2005 as the Jewish Women Artists’ Circle, the group now includes women artists from multiple faiths. The exhibit, Visual Prayer is the creative exploration of prayer through images, finding commonality and connectivity as well as diversity among religions. This exhibit was curated by Aimee Orkin, a Judaic artist and teacher who embarked on a one year sabbatical studying prayer with rabbis, scholars and cantors. “We hope our interfaith exhibits in the community will inspire collaboration among all faiths,” states Aimee Orkin.
Artists include: Jeanne Aaron, Beth Andrews, Hend Al-Mansour, Sandy M. Baron, Jane Bassuk, Kirsten Malcolm Berry, Sandra Brick, Gloria Cooper, Elizabeth Erickson, Lucy Rose Fischer, Renanah (Rani) Halpern, Angela Heida, Joyce Lyon, Aimee Orkin, Paula Leiter Pergament, Susan Peploe, Regula Ruselle, Anita White, Rochelle Woldorsky
CLICK HERE to view
KIDS & FAMILIES
If you are 60 and over and in need of transportation to essential medial appointments, please contact Anne Rickert at 651 + 255 4743
Tikkun Olam - Donating Gloves to Health Care Professionals
Have you always wanted to visit a famous museum or park but haven't had the chance? Tour these places from the comfort of your home!
National Parks - guided park tours, click and learn
Nature Areas - click and learn
Street Art Tour - graffiti and murals
National Aquarium in Baltimore Click and learn
The MET Museum - Click and drag around during the video for a 360 degree view
Adult Coloring - printable coloring pages
Daily Doodles - doodle activities with Mo Willems
Storyline Online - books read out loud with animated pictures
Home Safari - Fascination and fun animal videos form the Cincinnati Zoo
Sea Curious - Kids ask and learn about animals at the Shedd Aquarium
St. Paul Wellness Program
Are you a current participant in the St. Paul Wellness Program? Contact Anna Golv, at firstname.lastname@example.org, to set up an online session with your personal trainer.
Click here, for Silver Sneaker workouts, wellness videos and exercise programs
Classes by your favorite JCC Group Ex instructors