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Programming: Classes for All Ages

Connect, engage and learn through one of the many social and intellectual programs and events for active adults at the Weinstein JCC. Opportunities for seniors to remain active and vital abound at our Center. The 5400 Club, Enrich for Life and Food for Thought,  the Grand Tones and many other programs keep older members circulating in and contributing to the identity of the Weinstein JCC and the community at large. Be a part of one or all of our enriching and engaging activities for active adults such as cultural activities including films, concerts and lectures.

The 5400 Club

This group, consisting of retired and semiretired men and women, meets each Monday throughout the year. Each meeting features an outstanding guest speaker. Membership in the 5400 Club is open to all male/female Weinstein JCC members, and guests are invited to attend a program to try us out! This group is a self-governing organization with its own board, assisted by a Weinstein JCC staff advisor.

Mondays
12:00 – 12:30 pm: Lunch (Bring your own and join us, dessert provided.)
12:30 – 1:30 pm: Program
The cost is $30 per year and includes a free installation br.
Membership is open to all JCC Members.

*Please Note: For the summer, the 5400 Club at the Weinstein JCC will meet VIRTUALLY on Mondays from 12:25-1:30 p.m. A Zoom Meeting  registration link will be emailed to members prior to each meeting. If you do not see your Zoom invitation the day of the event, please check your email's spam folder.

The 5400 Club Schedule:

  • February 22 - Rena Berlin (Educator) - What is a Genocide and Why is There a Strong Reluctance to Label Actions “Genocides”
  • March 1 - William Draper JR (Photographer) - The Four Seasons of James River Park System
  • March 8 - Rita Meeks - The Black Death in the Medieval World
  • March 15 - Wyatt Durette and Liz White (Executive Director: One Virginia 2021) - The Redistricting Commission: A Progress Report
  • March 22 - David Cariens (Former CIA Agent) - What Should We  Expect from Intelligence?
  • March 29 - Dr. Solomon Stevens (Hampton- Sydney) - Democracy, Reading and the Digital Age

Active Adult Programming at the Weinstein JCC is supported in part by: Elmer and Yolanda Toth Memorial Endowment Fund for Seniors, Selma G. Brown Senior Adult Transportation Endowment Fund and Sidney and Reba K. Gordesky Memorial Endowment Fund for Grand Group and Grand Tones.

Grand Tones

Preparations are always under way for performances at nursing homes, organizations, hospitals, churches, synagogues and civic functions. Grand Tones, now 50 years running, is under the direction of volunteer Betsy Cockriel and joined by pianist Frances Gordon.

Membership to TAP is suggested.

Tuesdays, 11:00 – 12:00 pm: Rehearsal time

12:00 - 1:00 pm: Lunch (Bring your own and join us, dessert provided.)

For more information about Active Adult programming, contact Adult Programming Coordinator Shari Menlowe-Barck at (804) 545-8611 or sbarck@weinsteinjcc.org.