Read Hebrew America!

April 17 - May 22

Monday 7:00 PM – 8:15 PM

Ages 16+

Learning to read Hebrew has never been easier.  This course is designed for those with little or no background in Hebrew and focuses on teaching the Hebrew alphabet and reading skills in six 75-minute weekly sessions.

Middle School Comedy Improv Class

Jan 8 - March 5

Sundays @ 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grades 6-8

Kids will learn the basics of improv comedy! How to think of something on their feet, say yes to others’ ideas, and create awesome improvised scenes! At the end of the class students will be able to work as a team to perform a full improv set. We will start from the very basics, so no experience needed! Improv helps students learn how to collaborate and say YES to new experiences!

Shabbat Sha-Bang Cohesive Inclusive Community Celebration!

Thursday, February 9


All Ages

Please Join us on Thursday February 9 from 5:30-7:30 PM for a meaningful mock shabbat, and colorfully delicious rainbow inspired dinner! We will dine on festive, colorful cuisine while being entertained, and laughing along with the amazing ComedySportz troupe!

Night at the Races Gala

Thursday, February 23

5:30PM - 9:00PM

Ages 18+

A Night at the Races is the ultimate evening featuring professional horse racing on the big screen. Join us to cheer on your horse to victory while enjoying cocktails, seated dinner, music by Ken Kellner, and more. Our sponsors are invited to the Jockey Club for a pre-event VIP cocktail hour with hors d’oeuvres and Reservoir Distillery bourbon tasting. 

A Perfectly Fun & Fantastic Purim Celebration!

Sunday, March 5

12:00 PM - 2:30 PM

All Ages

Come one come all for a Perfectly Fun & Fantastic Purim Celebration!

Costumes recommended! 

Wiesenthal, The Nazi Hunter

Tuesday, April 18 at 7:00PM

Ages 16+

Simon Wiesenthal was a Jewish Holocaust survivor who became internationally famous for relentlessly pursuing and bringing nearly 1,100 Nazi war criminals to justice. He is best known for his role in capturing Adolf Eichmann, the architect of the Final Solution. Author and playwright, Tom Dugan, will read excepts and discuss his one-man play, Wiesenthal.

A Celebration of Israel Independence Day

Sunday, April 23

Israel is one of the greenest countries in the world! Join us for music and Earth Day activities as we celebrate Israel at 75! 

Tikkun Olam-repairing the world-is an important value in Judaism and caring for our Earth connects us to Israel’s ongoing commitment to the environment!  As we celebrate Israel at 75, we will enjoy activities that celebrate our gentle repair and care of our world!

Yom Hazikaron

Tuesday, April 25

Yom Hazikaron is Israel’s Memorial Day. In Israel the sounding of an air raid siren is heard twice during the day. All activity, including traffic on the highways, immediately ceases as people stand in respect for the sacrifice of those who died defending Israel. Please join us at the Weinstein JCC as our community stands with Israel on this day of remembrance.

Shabbat Sha-Bang! Cinco De Mayo Extravaganza!

Friday, May 5

Please join us for a rocking Cinco De Mayo Shabbat dinner party!

Mr. G. will rock the house as we welcome Shabbat together and enjoy delicious Mexican cuisine!

Tzedek Box Opening at the Virginia Holocaust Museum

Sunday, May 7

1:00 PM

Middle Schoolers from a variety of synagogues and schools across the community came together at the Weinstein JCC to form their own concepts of Tikkun Olam while responding to this year’s Global Day of Jewish theme of “rebuilding.”

24th Annual Weinstein JCC Golf Tournament

Tuesday, June 6

7:30 AM – 1:00 PM

This year’s tournament returns to Belmont Golf Course for the third year. The tournament includes breakfast snacks, gifts, prizes, on-course refreshments, and a boxed lunch reception. Choose between the 12-hole course or the 6-hole course (the 6-hole, par-3 course is great for novices).