As a companion event to the book talk JCC Greenwich hosted in March, the organization is collaborating with other town groups to talk about addiction.more»
Actress, comedian and author Annabelle Gurwitch speaks about her new memoir "Wherever You Go, There They Are" at Back 40 Kitchen in Greenwich, Conn. Tuesday, May 9, 2017. Presented by JCC Greenwich, Gurwitch provided laughs while talking about relatable family stories found in her new book.more»
A medical symposium and panel discussion hosted by JCC Greenwich and the Breast Cancer Alliance will discuss recent developments in breast cancer research with doctors who specialize in separate aspects of detection, prevention and treatment.more»
Lisa Smith was a lawyer at a megafirm in New York City with an apartment in Manhattan, family and friends and a secret that was killing her from the inside out.more»
Racheli Ben Shimol, 27, came to Greenwich last summer from Israel to share the country’s culture and ideals with the local community.
As part of her work, she hosts the weekly Hebrew Cafe from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Mondays. Participants in the language lesson exchange meet in the UJA/JCC office at 1 Holly Hill Lane.
“Each lesson is a different topic of the language,” Shimol said. “But what is so special about the lessons is that we also talk about Israeli culture.more»
One of the pioneers in creating the Emmy-award winning television show "Sesame Street" will visit the Bruce Museum on Thursday, Jan. 19. The event is presented by JCC Greenwich.more»
Author Jessica Fechtor will discuss her best-selling memoir, "Stir: My Broken Brain and The Meals That Brought Me Home," at the Chicken Soup Project launch event on Wednesday at the YMCA of Greenwich.more»