The Center will CLOSE at 6:00PM on Sunday, September 29 in observance of Erev Rosh Hashanah. (Pools close at 5:30PM) The Center will be CLOSED on Monday, September 30 in observance of Rosh Hashanah. Thanks!

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2019-20 Season

Sip & Learn Series: Text as Texture


Take a break from your nightly routine to engage with friends and ignite your creative side with a fun, interactive workshop led by Israeli-born artist, Hillel Smith. “Text as Texture” explores the use of letters and writing as an artistic element. Participants use a variety of media to create typographic art informed by inspiration, both Jewish and not.

Presented by Hannah and Allen Cohen

“Parsha Posters” books, posters and other items will be available for purchase and signing.

Sip & Learn Series: Women’s Night Out - Moodtopia


Learn to be in control of your moods so they’re not in control of you! Master herbalist, RH (AHG) and classical homeopath, Sara-Chana Silverstein will share the best natural remedies to help combat stress, anxiety, and promote peace of mind and general health. She will show how herbs and other natural approaches are a gentle way to enhance one’s emotional state, without having to resort to antidepressants, anti-anxiety pills or other medications that may have unwanted side effects. Packed with hundreds of tools, tips and strategies, Silverstein’s book, Moodtopia, is a practical, easy-to-use guide to nourishing our physical, emotional, and spiritual lives through the use of herbs, adaptogens, aromatherapy, color therapy, feng shui, intuition, homeopathy and so much more! 

About the Author

Sara-Chana Silverstein is a master herbalist RH (AHG), classical homeopath, a board-certified lactation consultant (IBCLC), businesswoman, keynote speaker, wife, and mother of seven children. She is regularly featured on TV news shows discussing how people can integrate alternative and conventional medicine. She is a consultant to many pediatricians, surgeons, obstetricians, midwives, and is a guest lecturer for residents at New York-area medical schools.