PROGRAM GUIDESPRING 2011                                     SOUTH HILLSJewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh     ...
CONTENTS                                                                                                    SUPPORT       ...
MEMBERSHIPJCC MEMBERSHIP                                                                                      SPRING 2011I...
K’HILLAH (COMMUNITY)                                HOLIDAYS                                       PassoverSPRING 2011    ...
K’HILLAH (COMMUNITY)Foundations of Jewish Living:                CULTURE, TRAVEL                                          ...
EARLY CHILDHOODSPRING 2011                                The JCC’s Early Childhood Development        At ECDC, we promote...
EARLY CHILDHOODWhat makes ECDC special                     FAMILY PLACE                                                   ...
SUMMER CAMPS                                Register Now for Summer!                    CHILDREN ANDSPRING 2011           ...
SUMMER CAMPS                                                                                               SPRING 2011Camp...
SUMMER CAMPSSPRING 2011                                PHILIP CHOSKY PERFORMING                   Challenger British Socce...
SUMMER CAMPSAdventure Camp: grades 3-6                          EMMA KAUFMANN                                             ...
CHILDREN                                Contact Ann Haalman, ext. 204, or           SCHOOL’S OUTSPRING 2011               ...
CHILDRENPROGRAMS                                    Sleepover at the Carnegie                                             ...
TEENS AND FAMILIES                                TEENS                                      FAMILIESSPRING 2011          ...
PRESCHOOL SPORTS                                Call Stephanie Muhleman, ext. 207.               Parent/Child ClassSPRING ...
YOUTH SPORTSTennis: grades K-3                                             Challenger British Soccer Mini                 ...
AQUATICS                                SWIM LESSONS                                  SundaysSPRING 2011                  ...
AQUATICSAMERICAN                                       Water Safety Instructor                                            ...
AQUATICS                                Cardio-blast Water Aerobics:                FUN IN THE POOLSPRING 2011            ...
PERSONAL TRAININGPERSONAL                                    Fitness Assessment                                           ...
FITNESS                                GROUPSPRING 2011                                EXERCISE CLASSES                   ...
FITNESS                                                                                                           SPRING 2...
FITNESS                                                                      TRAVEL                                SPORTS ...
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  1. 1. PROGRAM GUIDESPRING 2011 SOUTH HILLSJewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh VOL. 8 NO. 2
  2. 2. CONTENTS SUPPORT THE JCC You Can Make a Difference Philip Chosky, Herbert G. CONTENTSSPRING 2011 Feldman, Virginia Kaufman and Adults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Charles Kaufman have made a Aquatics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 difference at the JCC. Camps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Phil Chosky, who died in Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 January, founded Rosedale Early Childhood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Technical Institute in Pittsburgh Families. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 and the Electronic Institutes in Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Pittsburgh and Harrisburg. His K’hillah (Community) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 generosity supports The Philip Personal Training. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Preschool Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Chosky Performing Arts SilverSneakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Program at the JCC and Beit Special Needs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Chosky/C.I.T. Housing at Emma Sports & Rec . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Kaufmann Camp, as well as Teens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 many other Pittsburgh Travel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 organizations. Youth Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Building hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . back page Herb Feldman appointed his Membership rates . . . . . . . . . . JCCPGH.org friends David Rothbart and Thanks to our Sponsors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Mary Zielinski, who are now deceased, and Clara Verbin, to PESACH-MICHAL act as Directors of his ART GALLERY foundation. Mr. Feldman’s legacy has been supporting the Works by local artists in the Atrium JCC Scholarship Fund since 2000 and this year will support capital improvements as well. For More Information Virginia Kaufman, who died in 2008, and Charles Kaufman, Branch Director who died in September 2010, Dan Garfinkel were devoted siblings. Both 412-278-1975, ext. 208 included substantial bequests dgarfinkel@jccpgh.org to the JCC as part of theirREGISTER ONLINE AT JCCPGH.ORG Membership Services estate plans. Though they lived Francine Cicco modestly, their estate gifts to 412-278-1975, ext. 509 the JCC are a lasting tribute of fcicco@jccpgh.org their generosity to the Center. Stacey Reibach, ext. 264 sreibach@jccpgh.org Philip Chosky, Herbert G. Feldman, Virginia Kaufman and Financial Assistance Karen Clarke Charles Kaufman made a 412-521-8011, ext. 224 difference—a difference that impacts what the JCC provides Employment the community every day. Karen Kozel 412-521-8011, ext. 361 For more information on how you can make a difference, JCC South Hills Fax Number 412-446-0146 contact Mayda Roth, CFRE, Director of Development, at JCC Squirrel Hill Main Phone 412-521-8011, ext. 363 or Number mroth@jccpgh.org. 412-521-80102
  3. 3. MEMBERSHIPJCC MEMBERSHIP SPRING 2011INCLUDES: TO LEARN ABOUTFREE State-of-the art Fitness JCC MEMBERSHIP Center with circuit trainingFREE 25-yard indoor pool with VISIT JCCPGH.ORG handicap accessible private bathroom and water-powered chair lift How to create your online account:FREE Double-court gymnasium 1. Go to JCCPGH.org and click theFREE Outdoor swimming pool at “Members” link at the top of the page the Family Park in Monroeville next to the search boxFREE Group fitness classes 2. Click “Create an Account”FREE Detailed orientation in the 3. Choose one of the three “Find Me” Fitness Center options to locate your accountFREE Outdoor adaptive 4. Create your user ID and password playground How to register for a program online:FREE Wireless Internet 1. Search for programs by interest, age,FREE Play time in Family Place group or departmentFREE Kabbalat Shabbat 2. Log in to your accountFREE Bagels and coffee on Sunday 3. Select the person to register by mornings changing “Buy For”FREE Access to JCC Squirrel Hill 4. Check out facility (Centerfit Platinum is Questions? Contact Membership an additional fee) Services, 412-278-1975.FREE Family programsMEMBERSHIP GIVESYOU ACCESS TO:• Early Childhood Development Center starting at 6 weeks of age• Day camp and overnight camp MISSION CALL 412-278-1975 TO REGISTER• Private and group swimming STATEMENT lessons, arthritis aquatic exercise The mission of the Jewish Community program, water aerobics classes, swim Center of Greater Pittsburgh is to team enrich our community by cultivating• Sports leagues, classes, skills an inclusive, dynamic environment training, one-on-one training for all built upon Jewish values, heritage ages and culture. We offer programs of• Dance classes starting at age 2 excellence that span the life cycle and• Personal training strengthen the physical, intellectual• School’s Out programs and spiritual well-being of individuals and families from generation to• Babysitting generation. The JCC Program Guide is published quarterly by the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh, 5738 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15217. 3
  4. 4. K’HILLAH (COMMUNITY) HOLIDAYS PassoverSPRING 2011 April 18-26 Shabbat Passover commemorates the Shabbat is a day of rest and spiritual deliverance of the Jewish people from enrichment. To sanctify the Sabbath, we slavery in Egypt and the birth of an say a blessing over wine and eat a independent and free people. It is also special braided egg bread, challah. known as Chag HaMatzot (the feast of Shabbat is welcomed every Friday with unleavened bread) in remembrance of a celebration by the Early Childhood the time when the children of Israel left Development Center. Egypt so hurriedly there was no time for Got Shabbat the dough to rise. We celebrate with a Crafts, games, stories and songs festive, ritual meal called a seder. followed by a traditional Havdalah service and snack. Havdalah is a brief service celebrating the end of Shabbat PROGRAMS and preparing us for the week to come. Please RSVP to Rabbi Donni Aaron at No fee or pre-registration required; RSVP daaron@jccpgh.org or call 412-521-8011, is requested. ext. 215. Saturdays 4-5:30 pm Passover Crash Course for the March 12, April 16, May 14 Jewish and Non-Jewish Parent Learn everything you need to know to make your Passover experience Purim: Sunday, March 20 meaningful and memorable for your Purim derives its name from the word entire family. Special emphasis on how “Pur,” meaning lot. It recalls the lots that to engage your children in the Passover Haman, Prime Minister of Persia, cast to Seder. Creative ideas in how to create a determine the most favorable time for family friendly Seder. Make your the execution of the Jews of Persia. This Passover engaging, compelling and diabolical scheme was foiled by the interesting! Recipes will also be shared. intervention of the Persian queen, Esther, and her uncle, Mordecai, who Saturday, April 16 were both Jewish. Purim is a festival of 2:30-4 pm joy, and young and old dress up in No fee costumes to celebrate. Free babysitting will be availableREGISTER ONLINE AT JCCPGH.ORG Celebrate Purim and Shabbat with Us Join the ECDC children as they celebrate Being a Non-Jewish Parent in a Shabbat and Purim on Friday, March 18, Jewish Preschool at 10 am in the lobby. They will sing and Come and join other parents in a dance and parade in their costumes. We discussion about your thoughts and will present an abbreviated version of strategies of being a non-Jewish parent the Purim story complete with when your child attends a Jewish pre- noisemakers. At the end of our program school. we invite you to join us for a special Saturday, May 7 Purim treat. 3-4 pm Seniors Purim Lunch and Celebration No fee RSVP to Ann Haalman, ext. 204 Free babysitting will be available Purim musical entertainment, kosher luncheon, raffles and great company. Co-hosted by Chabad of South Hills and the JCC-South Hills Wednesday, March 16 12:30 pm Social Hall $5 suggested donation4
  5. 5. K’HILLAH (COMMUNITY)Foundations of Jewish Living: CULTURE, TRAVEL SPRING 2011Core Values of Jewish Parenting AND EVENTSPresented by Rabbi Scott Aaron.Developed by Hebrew University, the PJ Librarycurriculum brings to life the master This program of the Jewish Federationstories from our tradition and the of Greater Pittsburgh is open to anyprofound messages they convey for family in the Pittsburgh community thatraising Jewish children. The experience has a child between the ages of 6will provide an opportunity for parents months and 5 ½ years. Enrollment isto bring the Jewish conversation home FREE. Each participating child willto share with your young child. This will receive a high quality Jewish children’sprovide you with the learning, the book or CD every month, through agelanguage and the confidence to be a five. To sign up your child go toteacher to your own children. Program http://www.pjlibrary.org/.is sponsored by AJL(Agency for JewishLearning) and the JCC South Hills. Amazing JourneysThursdays The JCC and Amazing Journeys offerMarch 10-May 26 vacations for Jewish singles and adults.9:30-10:30 am See page 24 for more information.$150 JCC Maccabi Games® andSouth Hills Limud (Study Day) JCC Maccabi ArtsFestFor more information call Amy Karp, AJL, The JCC holds tryouts and sends teens(412) 521-1101. to the games and ArtsFest each year.This afternoon of community adultstudy will be led by South Hills rabbisand scholars. Children’s programming Jewish Sports Hall of Fameand child care will be available. Raises funds to support Jewish-relatedRefreshments will be served. sports programs in Western PA andParticipating organizations are AJL, Israel and honors high achieving JewishBeth El Congregation of the South Hills, athletes.Beth Israel Center, Beth Samuel, Chabad The Jewish Sports Hall of Fame supports theof the South Hills, JCC-South Hills and following programs: EKC Sports Equipment, IndoorTemple Emanuel of South Hills. Triathlon, J&R Day Camp, Maccabi Youth Games, Membership and Program Scholarships, Sailfish CALL 412-278-1975 TO REGISTERSunday, May 15 Swim Team, South Hills Camping and Early2-4 pm Childhood Development Center.JCC South HillsProgram is sponsored with support from the Pittsburgh JewishJewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh. Music Festival More information about programs and SAVE THE DATE tickets at www.pjmf.net and ProArtsTickets, 412-394-3353. Israel Independence Day Thursday, June 2 Community Celebration 7:30 pm Wednesday May 11 Agnes and Joseph Katz 5-7:30 pm Performing Arts Center • Musical entertainment 5738 Darlington Road, Squirrel Hill • Crafts • Petting zoo • Supper/food Items to be sold • Israeli dancing workshop …and more 5
  6. 6. EARLY CHILDHOODSPRING 2011 The JCC’s Early Childhood Development At ECDC, we promote Jewish values, en- Center is a “home away from home” for courage children to appreciate diversity children 6 weeks to 5 years old. At ECDC, and provide an environment that pro- you can trust that your child is safe, motes acceptance and a sense of be- secure and appropriately challenged, longing. nurtured by professionals who encourage your child to grow and Programs thrive. • Infants: Full-time care, 7 am- We offer a program predictable enough 6 pm and 9 am-3 pm, for babies to satisfy a child’s need for routines yet starting at 6 weeks through 14 diverse enough to broaden his or her months oldREGISTER ONLINE AT JCCPGH.ORG horizons with exciting new experiences. We believe that discovery and play are a • Tots: Full- and part-time options for young child’s most important “work.” We 14 months to 2 years provide countless opportunities for chil- • Toddlers: Full- and part-time options dren to develop skills and confidence, as for 2-year-olds well as the environment and freedom for • Preschoolers: Full- and part-time children to have fun! options for 3, 4 and 5-year-olds Our staff respect the uniqueness of each child and consider parents our partners. Kindergarten Enrichment We welcome your input and strive for Our enrichment program for ongoing communication between home kindergartners has morning and and school. Together, we can foster your afternoon options. Children explore child’s feelings of self-worth, indepen- monthly themes such as Pittsburgh, dence and success. Children Around the World, and Our Amazing Selves through projects, field trips and special visitors. The program includes music and nature classes and swim lessons. Space is limited.6
  7. 7. EARLY CHILDHOODWhat makes ECDC special FAMILY PLACE SPRING 2011• Indoor swimming pool with Kimberly Murray, Family Place instructional swim Coordinator, teaches all classes.• Double-court gymnasium with physical education classes Family Place Flex Classes:• Jewish holidays and customs ages 3-6• Computers While you work out, take a class or relax, let your child enjoy art, phonics, crafts• Marci Lynn Bernstein outdoor and friendship. Classes meet in the playground with wheelchair access lobby and are an hour in length.• Escorts to JCC enrichment classes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays• Nature program with Scott 9:30 am, 10 am, 10:30 am Conservancy and Nature Don• Music class with Katy Williams $8/class; $4/sibling $50/8 classes• Gym with Coach Stephanie Best value pass: $100 (20 mix and match Muhleman one hour classes.)• Activit-e—an online and in-class Register and pay at Front Desk learning tool tailored for preschools that enables parent communication with teachers, easy access (safe and Tuesday Twogether: secure) to school photos, ages 2-3 announcements, calendar of Children explore art through creative events, newsletters, forms, play. curriculum-related games and more. TuesdaysRegistration for the 2011-12 school March 22, 29, April 5, 12year begins February 28. 11:30 am-12:15 pm No fee; register at the front desk.For more information or to schedule atour, please call Kathy Revesz,Director, at 412-278-1975, ext. 211. Color My World Paint and Play: ages 4-6Music Family Fun Class: Discover the world around us throughages 1-3 color and art.Come join in this class with your Tuesdays CALL 412-278-1975 TO REGISTERchild(ren) for music, movement and 12:30 -1:15 pmstorytelling. Taught by Ms. Katy Williams March 22, 29, April 5, 12and Whiskers the Cat. $45/member ; register and pay at Front DeskWednesdaysMarch 23-May 18 Major funding for Early Childhood programming is10:40-11:10 am provided by the Pittsburgh Jewish Pre-Dance Studio Kindergarten Educational Improvement$60/member family Foundation of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh and Keystone STARS/PA Early Learning Keys to Quality. Additional support is provided byGot Shabbat Massey Charitable Trust.Family Fun and HavdalahSaturdaysMarch 12, April 16, May 144-5:30 pm 7
  8. 8. SUMMER CAMPS Register Now for Summer! CHILDREN ANDSPRING 2011 EARLY CHILDHOOD TEENS CAMPS Session Dates Session 1: June 20-July 15 Camp K’Ton Ton: age 2 Session 2: July 18-29 Campers are introduced to the water Session 3: August 1-12 through weekly swim time in the pool Session 4: June 20-August 12 as well as through daily water play Before- and after-camp care is available activities. They enjoy visits to activity for all campers. specialists on a daily basis. Camp Sabra: grades K-2 Session 1: June 20-July 15 Call Ann Haalman, ext. 204. 9 am-12:30 pm Our traditional day camp features a 9 am-3 pm variety of activities with an emphasis on Two, three or five days a week Jewish values and group dynamics. Session 2: July 18-29 Campers receive Red Cross swim lessons Session 3: August 1-12 daily. Activities may include: free swim, 9 am-12:30 pm sports, games, arts & crafts, nature, 9 am-3 pm drama, Judaics, Israeli culture and dance. Two, three or five days a week Special event programming includes carnivals, parades, holiday celebrations Camp Yeladim and Olympic-type activities. Yeladim campers are divided into age- Kindergarten will have a late night dur- appropriate groups. They participate in ing the first camp session. First and sec- both instructional swim lessons and free ond graders participate in an overnight swim daily. Campers also enjoy a variety and field trip during the first session. of additional specialist activities each Sessions 2 and 3 will each have a late day. stay. Each camper selects from a variety of chugim (hobbies) such as drama, Ages 3-4 sports, arts-n-crafts, dance, camp news- Session 1: June 20-July 15 paper, jewelry making and nature. Session 2: July 18-July 29 Session 3: August 1-12 Session 1: $1,200 9 am-12:30 pm Session 2 and 3: $625; Session 4: $2,300 9 am-3 pmREGISTER ONLINE AT JCCPGH.ORG Three or five days a week Camp Chalutzim: grades 3-6 Age 5 by September 1, 2011 Call Ann Haalman, ext. 204. Session 1: June 20-July 15 Chalutzim offers older campers Session 2: July 18-July 29 traditional day camp activities: daily Red Session 3: August 1-12 Cross swim lessons, free swim, sports, 9 am-12:30 pm arts & crafts, nature, drama, Judaics and Five days a week Israeli culture, as well as an extended For more information or to schedule a specialty period, which may include tour, please call Kathy Revesz, newspaper, photography, drum karaoke, Director, at 412-278-1975, ext. 211. Power Point and balloon art. Sessions 1 and 3 will include an EKC overnight; Session 2 will include a late stay. Once-a- week field trips include fishing in the Allegheny River, PNC Park, ice skating, and the zoo. Special event programs may include carnivals, holiday celebrations and Olympic-type activities. Session 1: $1,300 Session 2 and 3: $725; Session 4: $2,5008
  9. 9. SUMMER CAMPS SPRING 2011Camp Ozrim: Pre-CIT Program: C.I.T. Leadership Program:grades 7-8 Grades 9-10Call Stephanie Muhleman, ext. 207. Call Stephanie Muhleman, ext. 207.New this summer! Ozrim combines Through training and weeklytraditional day camp activities with a workshops, counselors-in-training learncounselor-in-training program. Campers the responsibilities of a day-campare placed with a group in the morning counselor, develop a spirit ofto learn the ins and outs of being a volunteerism, understand the impact CALL 412-278-1975 TO REGISTERcounselor. In the afternoons, they that they can have on their community,participate in camp activities such as develop stronger social skills andspecialties and swimming. Once a week, develop their own strengths and skillsOzrim will go on a field trip to such while working with children.places as Hazelbaker’s Canoeing, the Counselors-in-training participate inPittsburgh Zoo or Idlewild. team-building exercises with theirSession 1: June 20-July 15 fellow CITs, share responsibility of aSession 2: July 18-August 12 group of campers with a junior and$1,300/session senior counselor, lead a weekly activity with their group and participate in a community mitzvah project. Session 1: June 20-July 15 Session 2: July 18-August 12 $600/session* *After successfully completing their CIT contract, a portion of the fee will be re- turned.Major funding for JCC camps is provided by ThePhilip Chosky Charitable and EducationalFoundation, Massey Charitable Trust, the Morrisand Fannie Skilken Foundation and The Edith L.Trees Charitable Trust. 9
  10. 10. SUMMER CAMPSSPRING 2011 PHILIP CHOSKY PERFORMING Challenger British Soccer ARTS PROGRAM Camp: grades 2-6 Coaches from Challenger Sports British Performing Arts Camp: Soccer emphasize individual skill grades 2-6 development, fundamental tactics, goal Call Stephanie Muhleman, ext. 207 scoring and coached scrimmages. They Performing Arts campers develop provide lessons in respect, creativity and gain confidence through responsibility, sportsmanship and music, acting and dance as they work on leadership. a theater production. There are swim June 20-24 lessons and free swim daily. $385 June 20-July 15 Performance: Thursday evening, July 14 Wet and Wild Camp: $1,185 grades 3-6REGISTER ONLINE AT JCCPGH.ORG Campers will experience many different water thrills! Adventures may include SPECIALTY CAMPS day trips to Sunset Beach, Moraine State Call Stephanie Muhleman, ext. 207. Park and Settler’s Cabin Wave Pool. They The Specialty Camp day is from 9 am- will travel to EKC for an overnight and 3 pm except when there are field trips enjoy lake activities. There will also be a and overnighters. Lunch is provided. All canoe trip down the Yough at camps include swim lessons when the Hazelbakers and they will learn to schedule allows. Specialty campers SCUBA here at the JCC. There will be late enjoy free swim, sports, arts & crafts, pick-ups on some days. nature, Israeli culture and dance. A certified lifeguard will accompany campers on all day and overnight trips. June 27-July 1 July 5-8 $415/week Both weeks: $76010
  11. 11. SUMMER CAMPSAdventure Camp: grades 3-6 EMMA KAUFMANN SPRING 2011Campers travel every day to a new CAMPdestination. Adventures may include thePittsburgh Zoo, Carnegie Science Center, Contact Adam Baron, Assistant Director,Settler’s Cabin Wave Pool, Idlewild or a ext. 209, or abaron@jccpgh.org.Wild Things baseball game. There will be EKC, the JCC’s resident overnight camp,late pickups on some days. is situated along Cheat Lake inJuly 11-15 Morgantown, West Virginia, providingAugust 8-12 opportunities for a myriad of sports and$415/week recreational activities on land and water.Both weeks of Wet and Wild and one EKC camping programs, with anweek of Adventure Camp: emphasis on Jewish values, are for kids $1,110 entering grades 2 through 10. One- to eight-week sessions include First Experience and Specialty CampsCeramics Camp: grades 2-6Char Bailey teaches campers the basics 2011 session datesof painting and glazing cups, figurines 4 Weeks: June 19 -July 15and a special camp project. Campers 3 Weeks: July 17-August 7travel to Char’s Ceramics Art Studio 2 Weeks: June 19-July 1daily. 1 Week: August 8-14July 18-22$385Young Chefs Academy CookingCamp: grades 2-6Campers travel to the Young ChefsAcademy daily to learn to slice, dice, stirand prepare their own food. Directed byowner Lauren Briner, we will explore avariety of foods and ways to preparethem.July 25-29 HOSTS FOR$385 ISRAELI COUNSELORS CALL 412-278-1975 TO REGISTERIce Skating Camp: grades 2-6 Each summer, two Israelis come toWinter fun in the summer! Learn ice JCC-South Hills day camp asskating at Mt. Lebanon Ice Rink from a emissaries of Israeli culture. Theytrained instructor. have had an extensive orientation inAugust 1-5 working with American children and$385 add ruach (spirit) that provides an unforgettable experience for our campers. They will be here from June 10– August 13. We are asking families to host either one or both of our guests for either one or two weeks. If you would like to perform the mitzvah of hachnasat orchim (the welcoming of guests), and offerMajor funding for JCC summer camps is provided them a place to stay this summer,in part by The Philip Chosky Performing Arts please call 412-278-1975 and speakProgram, the Jewish Federation of GreaterPittsburgh, Massey Charitable Trust, Morris & to either Ann Haalman, ext. 204, orFannie Skilken Family Foundation and the Edith L. Stephanie Muhleman, ext. 207.Trees Charitable Trust. 11
  12. 12. CHILDREN Contact Ann Haalman, ext. 204, or SCHOOL’S OUTSPRING 2011 ahaalman@jccpgh.org FUN DAYS BIRTHDAY PARTIES Grades K-6 Ages 4-12 When Mt. Lebanon and/or the Upper St. Celebrate your child’s birthday at the Clair schools are not in session. Fun Days JCC-South Hills. We set up, clean up, and include games, gym time, free swim, supply paper products, invitations and special field trip and snack. Bring a dairy supervision. Registration is on a first- lunch, beverage, swim suit, towel and come, first-served basis. All parties are gym shoes. No extra spending money is 90 minutes long except for swim parties, necessary. Pre-registration required; no which are two hours. Parties are priced drop-ins accepted. Flyers will be mailed for up to 20 children. Additional guests: with program details. $4 each for Sports and Swim; $10 each When school is canceled for for Cooking and Crafts. inclement weather New! Free One-Day Guest Pass for If school is canceled due to inclement Families of Your Invited Guests. weather, we will conduct a School’s Out Good for the day of the party only. Fun Day program. Please call the JCC at 7 am to verify. We follow the Mt. Lebanon and Upper St. Clair school Sports Party closings. Whiffle ball, kickball, soccer, hockey, relay races and more. 9 am-3 pm $50/day/child $210 $45: early registration discount fee Upcoming dates (flyer with details will Swim Party be mailed) Enjoy open swim time and games with April 8, 18, 20-22, May 16-17 your birthday guests. Before Care (7-9 am): $8/day $200 After Care (3-6 pm): $12/day Before and After Care: $15/day Craft Party Choose a theme and we’ll come up with Before Camp Mini Camp: the projects to fit. grades K-6 $225 Each day will include games, gym time,REGISTER ONLINE AT JCCPGH.ORG free swim, crafts and a special field trip. Children should bring a lunch and Cooking Party beverage; swim suit and towel; gym Children make special birthday treats. shoes and clothing appropriate for Choose a theme and we’ll come up with outdoor play each day. Register for the food to fit. individual days or all five days. $225 June 13-17 (details will be mailed) 9 am-3 pm $50/child Create Your Own Party $45/child early registration discount We provide the space, supervision and Before Care (7-9 am): $8/day party supplies—you provide the After Care (3-6 pm): $12/day program and refreshments. Before and After Care: $15/day Minimum fee: $20012
  13. 13. CHILDRENPROGRAMS Sleepover at the Carnegie SPRING 2011Contact Ann Haalman, ext. 204, or Science Center: grades 3-6 Bring your pj’s as we venture to theahaalman@jccpgh.org Carnegie Science Center for a fun-filledSitters on Saturday: ages 3-12 night of learning and excitement, withParents—have a night out while we exclusive showings at the IMAX Theaterentertain your children. We will play in and Buhl Planetarium as well as fullthe gym, swim, have supper, play access to all of the exhibits andgames, do arts & crafts and watch a SportWorks during Sunday hours (ifmovie with a fun snack. Children should accompanied by an adult).bring a swim suit and towel. Registration Saturday, March 26is required by Thursday before the 5:30 pm: drop-off at the Science Centerprogram. No drop-ins accepted. Sunday morning pickup time TBASaturdays $75/child; $65 discount if registered by5-10 pm March 15. You must register and pay byMarch 26, April 2, 30, May 28 March 22 at 5 pm.$25; $15/siblingNew! Sitters on Saturday Companion PHILIP CHOSKY PERFORMINGProgram for participant’s siblings ARTS PROGRAMages 18-35 monthsGames, crafts, gym time, supper, movie DANCEand a snack, supervised by our ECDCstaff. No swimming. Call Stephanie Muhleman, ext. 207.$25/sibling Fun With Dance: ages 2-3Sitter on Saturday Guest Policy This class introduces children to dance,A member may bring one guest, for a song and movement incorporatingfee of $30, to a Sitters on Saturday counting, ABC’s, taking turns, right andProgram. A child may only attend one left, locomotive movement, rhythm,program as a guest. There is a limit of 5 flexibility and coordination.guests per program. Members’ spaces Mondayswill not be sacrificed for guests. 10:30-11:15 am March 7-May 2After School Enrichment: $72; $68/ECDCages 5-7 CALL 412-278-1975 TO REGISTERDiscover fun with games, art and new Dance Spring Flingfriends. Four- year-old siblings allowed. All dance students will participate in theTuesdays Annual Dance Spring Fling. Come watch4-5:30 pm our dancers tap, twirl and get theirMarch 22, 29, April 5, 12 groove on.$32/member; $20/sibling Sunday, May 1Register and pay at Front Desk 2-4 pm 13
  14. 14. TEENS AND FAMILIES TEENS FAMILIESSPRING 2011 College Admissions Workshop Call Ann Haalman, ext 204. Contact Ann Haalman, ext. 204 or Got Shabbat ahaalman@jccpgh.org For families with children of all ages. Our informational seminar is for parents Crafts, games, stories and songs who are now beginning to prepare and followed by a traditional Havdalah guide their children for college. Some service and snack. Havdalah is a brief topics covered in the discussion are: service celebrating the end of Shabbat • Consideration for course selection and preparing us for the week to come. • List of activities broken down by No fee or pre-registration required; RSVP grade level is requested. • Time line for standardized testing and Saturdays alternatives 4-5:30 pm • Creating a college list and preparing March 12, April 16 for visits May 14 • Interview, resume and college essay • Financial aid Donations Wanted for The seminar is presented by Frank Ker- Designer Days 2011 ber, a college counselor at Chyten of The NCJW needs your gently worn, high South Hills, which provides tutoring, quality designer label clothing, shoes, standardized test preparation and col- handbags, jewelry, vintage accessories, lege admissions guidance. He was previ- gift items and more! Special curbside ously a college counselor at Central pick-up will be available. Donations Catholic and Georgetown Preparatory in made easy. We will unload and give you D.C. and is a member of the interview a tax receipt. All items must be clean committee for Georgetown University. and in salable, wearable condition. If you wouldn’t wear it, we can’t sell it. Wednesday, April 27 7-8:30 pm Sunday, April 10 No fee for JCC members 9 am-noon $10/family for the community Questions? Call the NCJW Pittsburgh Pre-registration is required by Monday, office at 412-421-6118 April 25REGISTER ONLINE AT JCCPGH.ORG SPRING SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR Books for people of all ages – not just children! Thursday March 24-Sunday April 3 Monday-Thursday 8 am-9 pm Friday – Sunday 8 am-5:30 pm Proceeds benefit early childhood and children’s programming14
  15. 15. PRESCHOOL SPORTS Call Stephanie Muhleman, ext. 207. Parent/Child ClassSPRING 2011 Mini Squirts: Tiny Tot Baseball: ages 3-5 ages 18-24 months Moms and Dads—be right there learning the skills of baseball with your Focusing on gross motor skills and little athlete. coordination, we will use parachutes, yarn balls, bean bags and more. Sundays Maximum 5 children. March 13-April 17 10-10:30 am Mondays $48; $44/ECDC March 14-May 9 11-11:30 am $64; $59/ECDC Baseball Stars: ages 4-5 The basics of baseball with a focus on Little Squirts: age 2 teamwork and good sportsmanship. Inside, outside, through and over! We Wednesdays will focus on many different gross motor March 16-May 11 skills using a variety of equipment and 2:45-3:30 pm lots of fun activities. $66; $61/ECDC Thursdays March 24-May 12 Little Rackets Tennis: age 3 9:30-10 am Beginner level skills are taught through $48; $44/ECDC fun and games. Equipment provided. Thursdays Super Squirts: age 3 March 17-May 12 Pencil, log, frog, egg rolls and more. 3:15-3:45 pm These are just some of the beginning $72; $66/ECDC tumbling skills that we will work on in this class. Big Rackets Tennis: ages 4-5 Mondays Beginner level skills are taught and all March 14-May 9 equipment is provided. 2:15-2:45 pm $68; $64/ECDC Tuesdays March 22-May 10 2-2:45 pm Giant Squirts: ages 4-6REGISTER ONLINE AT JCCPGH.ORG $55; $50/ECDC Backward rolls, cartwheels, tripods and bridges are introduced in this advanced Fun & Fitness: ages 3-5 tumbling class. We’ll explore flexibility, balance, agility, Mondays coordination, rhythm and balance. We’ll March 14-May 9 build our motor skills while getting 3-3:45 pm terrific exercise and having fun! Certified $76; $72/ECDC instructor is Sherry Dusky-Brallier. Fridays Little Hitter Baseball: March 18-May 13 age 3 3:15-4 pm Your littlest star will learn the basic skills $72;$66/ECDC of baseball, with an emphasis on good sportsmanship. Parent/Child Yoga: ages 4+ Wednesdays See page 23. March 16-May 11 Wednesdays 2-2:30 pm March 16-April 13 $64; $59/ECDC 6:30-7:15 pm $60; $10/each additional child16
  16. 16. YOUTH SPORTSTennis: grades K-3 Challenger British Soccer Mini SPRING 2011Learn the basic skills of tennis through Camp: ages 3-6instruction and games. Coaches from Challenger British SoccerSundays will teach skill development with anMarch 20-April 17 emphasis on good sportsmanship,1:30-2:15 pm respect and leadership. Each player will$48 receive a T-shirt, soccer ball and an evaluation. With the extended morning option, each player will get a snack andYoga for the Next Generation: swim time. Register by April 1 and yourages 4-7 player will receive an authentic soccerStudents learn sun salutations, breath jersey! Sign up now! Spaces are limited!work, Kundalini Yoga and ways to focus June 13-17and calm the mind while learning how Ages 3-4to honor feelings in a healthy manner. $95/ Soccer only: 9-10 amTuesdays $160/Extended morning: 9-11:30 amMarch 15-May 10 Ages 5-64-4:30 pm $105/Soccer only: 10-11:30 am$77; $72/ECDC $160/Extended morning: 9-11:30 amWeCan!® Fitness Program: Challenger British Soccerages 8-12 Clinic: ages 7-10This 6-week program works with Coaches from Challenger British Soccerchildren and parents together to will teach skill development with anencourage improved nutrition choices, emphasis on good sportsmanship,physical activities and reduced screen respect and leadership.time. This program is open to the Wednesdayscommunity. April 6-May 4Mondays 6-7 pmFebruary 28-April 4 $655:30-7 pm$50; $63/community Learn to Ice Skate: ages 3-7We Can!® Ways to Enhance Children’s Activity & Nutrition andthe We Can! logos are registered trademarks of the U.S. Exclusive for JCC members only! Join usDepartment of Health & Human Services (DHHS). Major funding at Mount Lebanon Ice Rink for our own CALL 412-278-1975 TO REGISTERis provided by UPMC Health Plan. learn-to-skate program. Children learn beginning ice skating and safety skills.Martial Arts for Children: Please arrive early so you are ready toages 3-6 skate! Helmet required.This class encompasses two different Sundaysstyles. Kosen Judo has removed the March 13-May 15dangerous throws and techniques of 2-3 pmJudo. Muay-Thai emphasizes fitness, fun $120; skate rental includedand self defense. Instructor David Reesehas several black belts. With his child-specific curriculum your child will learnstand-up skills, grappling, fitness,competition, manners and the first-evercurriculum that focuses on playground-appropriate self-defense training.ThursdaysApril 7-May 122-2:45 pm$66 17
  17. 17. AQUATICS SWIM LESSONS SundaysSPRING 2011 Contact Earleen Birkner, March 13-May 8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $72 ext. 216, or ebirkner@jccpgh.org Level 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-9:30 am We use the American Red Cross Learn- Level 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:30-10 am to-Swim program, which teaches aquatic and safety skills in progressive Level 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-10:30 am levels. Level 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:30-11 am Toddler Tadpoles: recommended Level 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-11:30 am ages 2-4 Toddler Tadpoles . . . . . . . . 11:30 am-noon An introduction to organized swim lessons and water exploration utilizing an elevated swim platform. Parents do Mondays not get into the water. Enrollment is March 14-May 9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $72 limited to 6 toddlers. Toddler Tadpoles . . . . . . . . . . . 10-10:30 am Level 1: Introduction to Water Skills Overcome fear, build confidence in the water, learn body positioning and Tuesdays arm/leg action. March 15-May 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $72 Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic Skills Toddler Tadpoles . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2:30-3 pm Learn to float and recover to standing Level 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4:30 pm position without support. Begin to learn Level 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:30-5 pm alternating arm and leg actions with face in the water without support. Level 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5:30 pm Level 3: Stroke Development Coordination of front and back crawl Wednesdays without support. Learn to breathe on March 16-May 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $72 side during front crawl. Introduction to Toddler Tadpoles . . . . . . . . . . 9:15-9:45 am the butterfly stroke. Learn to do sit dives and tread water for 30 seconds. Toddler Tadpoles . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2:30-3 pm Level 4: Stroke Improvement Level 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5:30 pm Improve skills and strokes. Learn to Level 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:30-6 pm swim front crawl and back crawl 25 yards and butterfly 15 yards without assistance. Learn breaststroke and ThursdaysREGISTER ONLINE AT JCCPGH.ORG elementary backstroke. Work on March 17-May 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $72 kneeling dives and treading water for 1 minute Level 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 am Level 5: Stroke Refinement Level 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:30 am Build endurance to swim front crawl 50 Toddler Tadpoles . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5:30 pm yards with side breathing, back crawl 50 yards, butterfly and breaststroke 25 Level 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:30-6 pm yards. Learn flip turns for front and back Level 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6:30 pm crawl, refine open turns for breaststroke Level 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6:30-7 pm and butterfly. Level 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-7:30 pm Private Swim Lessons Level 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30-8 pm Call to schedule. $25/half hour $225/10 classes (savings of $25)18
  18. 18. AQUATICSAMERICAN Water Safety Instructor SPRING 2011RED CROSS Certification (WSI) WSI certification allows you to teachCERTIFICATIONS swim and water safety classes. You mustCall Earleen Birkner, ext. 216. be at least 15 years old and be able to perform all strokes with proficiency. YouLifeguard Readiness: ages 14+ must attend all classes.Are you interested in becoming alifeguard, but not sure of your Tuesday-Fridayswimming skills? This class is designed May 31-June 3to help you pass the prerequisite swim 4-9:30 pmtest given on the first day of lifeguard June 3: 4-6 pmclass. Participants will receive $15 off the $215/member; $225/communityprice of the lifeguarding class (must betaken in spring 2011). RecertificationsMondays Lifeguarding and CPR/AEDMarch 14-April 4 April 16, May 17, 24, 267-7:45 pm 3:30-9:30 pm$35/member; $45/community $90/member; $120/community CPR/AED for LifeguardsAmerican Red Cross April 16, May 17, 24, 26Lifeguarding 5:30-9:30 pmMust swim 300 yards continuously using $50/member; $65/communitythe following strokes—100 yards frontcrawl, 100 yards breaststroke, 100 yardseither front crawl or breaststroke, WATER EXERCISEsurface dive to the bottom and retrieve Call Earleen Birkner, ext. 216.a 10-lb brick, swim with brick to theshallow end of the pool. Lap Swim HourSession 1 All six lanes will be available for5-9:30 pm continuous swimming.Tuesday, April 5 5:30-6:30 amThursday, April 7 Mondays-FridaysTuesday, April 12 No fee CALL 412-278-1975 TO REGISTERThursday, April 14Session 2 Fitness SwimmingThursday May 12, 5:-9:30 pm for KidsFriday May 13, 4-6 pmSaturday May 14, Noon-6 pm Refine strokes and build endurance toSunday May 15, Noon-6 pm become a stronger swimmer. We will work on all strokes, flip turns, how to$190/member; $210/community check heart rate, and use pull buoys and kickboards. Must be able to swim 25 yards of each stroke. Mondays, 4:15-5 pm Wednesdays, 4:15-5 pm March 14-May 11 Once a week: $75 Twice a week: $145 19
  19. 19. AQUATICS Cardio-blast Water Aerobics: FUN IN THE POOLSPRING 2011 ages 15+ Great toning for the hips, thighs and Kayak Nights buttocks while increasing cardiovascular Open roll session to keep skills fresh. fitness and flexibility using water Kayak must be clean and free of debris. weights. Tuesdays Mondays and Fridays 8-9:30 pm 1-2 pm $10 drop-in fee $5/class; $75/20 coupons NAUI Open Water Silver Splash® Scuba Class: ages 10+ Call Chris Gilbert, ext. 262. Instructors from Pittsburgh Scuba This group water fitness program is Center will teach you to become a safe designed for SilverSneakers® members scuba diver. After you complete your to enhance quality of life and daily pool sessions you will be required to do function utilizing the properties of five training dives at a local quarry with water. Using specially designed Pittsburgh Scuba Center or you may SilverSneakers® kickboards, perform choose to do those dives while you are water moves to develop strength, on vacation. balance and coordination improving All equipment will be provided for pool agility, range of motion and sessions. Students must purchase mask, cardiovascular conditioning. No snorkel, fins and boots before their first swimming ability is required for this training dive. safe, fun, effective program. Thursdays Sundays, 12:30 pm March 10-April 14 Thursdays, 1 pm 6:45-9:30 pm $299/member; $349/non-members Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program TIDAL WAVE Our heated pool is the ideal environment for relieving arthritis pain SWIM TEAM and stiffness. Gentle movements Contact Jane Williams, 412-854-4845, or increase joint flexibility and range of jewilliams4@verizon.netREGISTER ONLINE AT JCCPGH.ORG motion, while restoring or maintaining Ages 5-21 muscle strength. Must have a physicians The JCC South Hills Tidal Wave is a referral to participate in this certified competitive swim team for all levels of program. experience. Tidal Wave competes at AMS Mondays and Fridays swim meets throughout the year. Make 9-10 am new friends, build self-esteem and hone your swimming skills with Coach Cindy Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Woods. Thursdays Noon-1 pm Training Schedule $3/class/member GOLD AND SILVER: 3:35-5:45 pm $5/class/community Practice 4-5 times/week $50/20 classes/member BRONZE: 5:45-7:30 pm $90/20 classes/community Practice 3 times/week TSUNAMI: 5:45-7:15 pm Practice 2-3 times/week CYCLONE: 5:30-6:45 pm Practice 2-3 times/week TYPHOON: 4:30-5:30 pm20 Practice 1-2 times/week
  20. 20. PERSONAL TRAININGPERSONAL Fitness Assessment SPRING 2011TRAINING We evaluate cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, endurance andCall ext. 203. flexibility, in addition to testing bloodOne-on-One Private Workout pressure and body fat composition.Your trainer will motivate you, keep you $20; $10/reteston track and make sure your workouts $5/body fat composition onlyare safe, enjoyable and effective.Physician’s approval may be required. By Workout Prescriptionappointment only. Receive the advantage of professional training, but work out on your ownSmall Group schedule. Two one-hour sessions with aPersonal Training JCC nationally certified personal trainerGroups of two to four people can enjoy who will assess your current fitnessa fun, personal and supportive training levels and limitations. Based on thesession at a fraction of the cost of one- trainer’s evaluation, a short-termon-one personal training. Prices start as program will be designed that addresseslow as $6.50/session. your specific needs and goals. Unlimited spot fitness assessments included for the entire year after purchase ofPersonal Training Contracts prescription.• You may choose a contract of one $110 month, three months or 12 months.• The minimum number of sessions per Pilates Reformer Training month is four. The maximum number of sessions is unlimited. Achieve natural muscular balance, core strength and flexibility; reduce joint and• You may make up missed lower back tension, and increase appointments as long as you call 24 circulation, energy and awareness. hours in advance to cancel. Contact Kinsey at ext. 217 to set up your• Your contract (if greater than one appointment. Various contract options month) may be paid in monthly are available with training starting as installments. low as $45/session.Contract Fees CALL 412-278-1975 TO REGISTER Hour ½ hour4-12 weeks $60 $3613-47 weeks $50 $3248+ weeks $45 $28Ages 17 and under Hour ½ hour4-12 weeks $45 $2713-47 weeks $40 $2448+ weeks $45 $21Single SessionsAdult $65Youth $50 21
  21. 21. FITNESS GROUPSPRING 2011 EXERCISE CLASSES Call Kinsey Rishor, ext. 217. • Absolute Abs* • Cardio-Blast* • Boot Camp • Group Kick* • Group Power* • Morning Recharge* • Pilates • Step/Aerobics* • Yoga • Yoga-lates • Yoga Tone • Zumba* *Free Group Exercise Classes These classes are included with your JCC membership: Absolute Abs, Boot Camp, Cardio Blast, Group Kick, Group Power, Morning Recharge, Step/Aerobics and Zumba. Absolute Abs Forget those ordinary old sit-ups. Get a core you adore! Mondays: 5:30 pm Tuesdays: 6:30 am Wednesdays: 5:30 pm Zumba Thursdays, 6:30 amREGISTER ONLINE AT JCCPGH.ORG Zumba fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a Group Kick dynamic fitness program. This fusion class of martial arts and Tuesdays, 7 pm boxing will kick your cardio fitness to Wednesdays, 9:30 am the next level. Thursdays, 8 am Tuesdays, 7 pm Sundays, 11:30 am Thursdays, 7 pm Spring Launch: Zumba Gold Sunday, May 22 Thursdays 11 am Group Power This 60-minute barbell program Pilates strengthens all your major muscles with $8/class simple, athletic movements such as $120/book of 20 squats, lunges, presses and curls. Spring Launch: Sunday, April 24 10:30 am22
  22. 22. FITNESS SPRING 2011Yoga Tone Kundalini Yoga for SeniorsFocus on building abdominal strength Combining breathing, movement,and flexibility, as well as improving stretching and sound, Kundalini Yoga isrange of motion and postural balance. a safe, comprehensive technique thatLight weight training sculpts and tones can be practiced by anyone regardlessfor a total body workout. of age or physical condition. Instructor:Thursdays Heather Ferri.9:30 am Mondays, 2-3 pm$7/class $3/classYoga-lates Parent/Child Yoga: ages 4+Enjoy the relaxation of yoga with the Parents and children benefit from yogatoning core exercises of Pilates. This by stretching, breathing and doing yogaclass targets your trouble areas and sets. These help build a strong body andchanges your body. mind.Saturdays, 1 pm Wednesdays$7/class March 16-April 13 6:30-7:15 pm $60; $10/each additional childGOODMAN SHORTSTOPBABYSITTING Feel the Bootcamp BurnRegister by calling ext. 210. 600 calories/hour—Have your cake andBabysitting is available for children 6 burn it too! Take your training toweeks to 5 years of age only. Buy another level and feel the results.coupons at the Front Desk; advance Bootcamp will make it happen. Meetreservations are required. athletic trainer Mary Cobzaru each Tuesday morning for a heart pumping,Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 am-noon power-packed hour of athletic drills andMonday-Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 am-1 pm challenges that will make your sweat.Monday-Thursday . . . . . . . . . 5:30-8:30 pm No sissies allowed!New fees: $5/child/hour; $48/12 hours WednesdaysParents must stay on JCC property. 9:30 am CALL 412-278-1975 TO REGISTEREvening Yoga Tai Chi For Senior AdultsTake a softer approach to fitness with Improve balance and strength.yoga, a blend of stretching, Movement sequences are done slowlystrengthening and slimming moves for with a minimum of force to promoteyour body. Allow your body to detoxify fluidity, concentration, coordination andand reenergize with regular practice. body awareness.Experience all levels: beginner toadvanced. Your instructor will guide you Tuesdaysthrough new challenges each week to 11 ammaximize your yoga experience. $3/classTuesdays and Thursdays6 pm$7/class 23
  23. 23. FITNESS TRAVEL SPORTS AND REC TRIPS FORSPRING 2011 Call Stephanie Muhleman, JEWISH SINGLES ext. 207. (20s-50s) Contact Bill Cartiff, (412) 278-4184, ext. JAMES AND LORI J. 242, or bcartiff@jccpgh.org. www.amazingjourneys.net RUTTENBERG MEN’S PICK-UP BASKETBALL Costa Rica Sundays, 8-10 am For Jewish singles in their 30s, 40s Wednesdays 8-9:30 pm and 50s. An eco-tour for adventurous No fee for members travelers April 7-17, 2011 Adult Tap Its never too late to learn to tap dance! Get a fun cardio workout while you tap Mediterranean Cruise to your troubles away! Israel, Greece and Turkey For Jewish singles in their 30s, 40s Thursdays, ongoing and 50s. Pre-cruise in Athens and Beginners: 7-8 pm post-cruise in Israel Advanced: 8-9 pm $11/class May 6-16, 2011 Coed Pickup Volleyball British Isles Cruise Mondays For Jewish singles in their 30s, 40s 8-9:30 pm and 50s. Ireland, Scotland, Wales and No fee for members England. August 4-15, 2011 Table Tennis The JCC has two Stiga ST4000 End of Summer Bermuda tournament-caliber tables. Tables are Cruise available in the Social Hall at the For Jewish singles in their 20s, 30s following times: and 40s. Five nights of blissful tropical Sundays: 8-9:30 am; 3-6 pm fun aboard Royal Caribbean’sREGISTER ONLINE AT JCCPGH.ORG Mondays: remarkable resort at sea, Explorer of 5:30-7:30 am, noon-1 pm, the Seas. 2-5:30 pm and 8-9:30 pm August 27-September 1, 2011 Tuesdays and Thursdays: 5:30-8:30 am, 11 am-noon, French Polynesia 3-6:30 pm For Jewish singles in their 30s, 40s Wednesdays: and 50s. Paradise to the extreme! Join 5:30-7:30 am; 2-5:30 pm us on this 10-night luxury cruise aboard the 6-star deluxe m/s Paul Fridays: 5:30-7:30 am; 3-6 pm Gauguin. Bora Bora,Tahiti, Tuamotus Saturdays: 1-5 pm and much more, including roundtrip air from Los Angeles. October 19-29, 201124

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