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Published Tuesday, February 24, 2015
GREENWICH, Conn. -- JCC Greenwich and PJ Library will host a Purim costume party for kids under age 5 at the YMCA on Friday from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Children will enjoy an interactive, musical journey through the Purim story with special guest performer Isaiah Rothstein, spiritual educator at Carmel Academy, as well as story time with PJ Library, craft more»
Published Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Film is a highly portable art form, so we can watch the best movies from Europe and elsewhere in the comfort of our homes. Theater is another story, however. American audiences rarely get to see new plays that are being written and produced outside the United States because only a handful of venues here bring in stage hits from other countries. Theater is more»
Published Thursday, December 18, 2014
JCC Greenwich and PJ Library recently held its annual Hanukkah Party at Carmel Academy in Greenwich. More than 130 children and adults attended the event which featured a special performance by The Great Zucchini, Washington, D.C.’s number 1 entertainer for young children. Activities included craft tables run by the JCC Greenwich Teen Action more»
Published Wednesday, December 10, 2014
For Thanksgiving, children from Greenwich and Stamford worked together across communities to create Thanksgiving food baskets for people experiencing financial difficulties. Greenwich kids in grades K-2 got out their measuring spoons to create rainbow bean soup jars as part of the Sunday Funday program at JCC Greenwich. The jars were donated to the Kosher more»
Published Thursday, October 23, 2014
Writers often turn to Google for a quick search, but not many can say they got a more than 300-page book out of it. Ayelet Waldman can. The Berkley, Calif.-based author was planning a trip to Hungary to visit her friend, Eleni Tsakopoulos Kounalakis, who had been named the ambassador to Hungary, and decided to team it with some research for her next book. more»
Published Monday, September 8, 2014
A group of Greenwich middle and high school students from the JCC Greenwich Teen Action Committee volunteered yesterday, September 7, and helped raise over $1,000 for Supermarketing for Seniors, a program of Jewish Family Services of Greenwich. The teens were at A&P Greenwich, as a part of the town-wide event held on National Grandparent’s Day, more»
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