The following programs are presented by The Resource Place at the JCC.
How do we teach our children to treat people with respect? What kinds of limits and boundaries are appropriate for parents to set? When can children be independent and when do parents need to step in?Judaism has perspectives on all of these questions and more which we will discuss using "The Blessing of a Skinned Knee" by Wendy Mogel, PhD. as a guide. Price includes lunch.
Learn strategies that you can use at home and your child can use in school that do not involve medication. Participants will be given specific exercises that can be implemented right away. Price includes lunch.
Proper nutrition is critical to our overall health and is especially true for our brain. Learn how to easily add delicious foods into your diet that will work to keep your brain health. Focus will also be indentifying foods and ingredients that may be causing harm. Wokshop will include samples and recipes.
Become a more marketable babysitter and have an opportunity to change a child's life. Receive the necessary tools and information to help others and gain important skills that can be used while babysitting, working in an after-school program or at a summer camp.
What would your life be like with an abundance of energy? What foods are best to eat to increase yourenergy? The choices we make can either deplete us or energize us. Join us for this potentially life-changing workshop. Price includes samples and recipes.
Come and have a complimentary glass of wine or snack at the Coffee Shop and listen to the acoustic folk stylings of Jerry and Kathy Falzone. Open to all ages.
Our daughters live in a world bombarded with messages from the media about how to look and how to act. Together in a non-threatening environment, explore the ideas of self-love and self-acceptance. Through discussin and yoga, we will explore our strength to face challenges and our or ability to support each other. We will listen to our hearts, share laughter, joy and connection.
Sunday, February 8, 1-3 pm (ages 11-14 and moms), 3:30-5:30 pm (ages 15-18 and moms)
Explore the inner world of the gut and its connection to overall health and wellbeing. Learn why the saying "All disease begins in the gut" is so true and how by taking care of your gut, you are taking care of your whole body.
InstructorTed Barnett, M.D.
This six week course will make the scientific case for following a whole-food, plant-based (vegan) diet to achieve optimal health and prevent disease. Classes feature Q &A sessions and vegan food samplings with recipes.
Mike Miller has been telling stories as a teacher, camp counselor, and professional storyteller for over 30 years. He loves entertaining grandparents, parents and children of all ages. Join us for this FREE monthly event.
LocationThe Resource Place
If you are looking to meet other senior adults in a casual setting, come to our social group! We follow a calendar of events including, discussion, card games, bingo, movies, sing-a-longs, and more. Monthly schedules are available in The Resource Place.
InstructorKte O'Brien, BSW, MS, MHSA, Supervior of Community Case Management, JFS
Get the support you need to help care for your aging parent or loved one. Pre-registration is required 48 hours prior to a group meeting.
Upcoming Meeting Dates: December 15, January 19, February 16
Calling all book lovers everywhere! In conjuction with the Lane Dworkin Book Festival, we are hosting a book club. Read interesting and discussion provoking books and enjoy stimulating conversation.