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We’ve been told it time and again; here at the JCC, we’re a community hub, connecting people across all backgrounds. We’ve always got an engaging and inclusive community event coming up.

 

CONVERSATIONS THAT MATTER WITH DICK EDWARDS
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 • 10:30 AM – NOON
$18 • OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY
Dick Edwards, Eldercare Specialist and author of Mom, Dad Can we Talk? Insight and Perspectives to Help Us Do What’s Best for Our Aging Parents will speak on his book. Come hear and learn about ways to navigate this stage of family life as our parents age.

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GRANDPA AND LUCY
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 • 2:30 – 3 PM
FREE • OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY
Grandpa and Lucy is a play about love and dementia, performed by Climb Theater. Grandpa and Lucy demonstrates how even when a family member experiences memory loss, the special relationships that bond family together do not need to weaken. The performance is 30-40 minutes long and is appropriate for young children.

This program is in partnership with Climb Theatre and Jewish Family Service of St. Paul.

To reserve a spot, click here

 

TEN THOUSAND THINGS THEATER PERFORMS THE WINTERS TALE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16 • 7 – 9 PM
FREE • OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY
The Winter’s Tale, By William Shakespeare
Directed by Marcela Lorca
Featuring Stephanie Bertumen, Shá Cage, Cristina Castro, James Craven, Steven Epp, Christopher Jenkins, Mo Perry, William Sturdivant and Karen Wiese-Thompson

An epic story of loss, magic and redemption, that asks questions about love, renewal and forgiveness that are relevant to audiences of all backgrounds and life experiences.

To reserve a spot, click here