Adults 60 Plus
Arts in the Afternoon
The Arts in the Afternoon program provides the unique experience for our community to enjoy film, music and dance. All programs are offered on a weekday at 1:00 PM.
Film: How to Re-Establish a Vodka Empire
Thursday, June 15 | 1:00 PM
Elder Law and Advocacy with Angela Odensky, PLLC
This series provides you with the opportunity to ask questions and become familiar with areas of concerns for many people as they age.
June | Medicaid Estate Recovery: What it is and what it isn't.
May Movie Screenings and Box Lunch
10:30 AM-12:30 PM
Catch up on your favorite films this month and have a delicious box lunch catered by Laykie’s Gourmet Café at the J.
5/25 Queen of Katwe
Box Lunch: $4 Member | $10 Public
Enjoy cultural experiences in Houston without the hassle and expense of driving, traffic and parking. Reservations are required for all bus trips. For more information or to RSVP, please contact Cathy Podell at email@example.com or 713.595.8171.
Wednesday, June 14 | Railean Rum Factory
The bus will leave the J at 9:30 AM
We will meet Kelly Railean, the Founder and Master Distiller. She will explain how she got into the distilling business and how to make RAILEAN Rum, Agave Spirits and the new RAILEAN Vodka. Included is a discussion on fermentation, distillation theory and operation of the still, dark versus white rum, the rum & vodka making process, barrel aging and bottling. A tasting and souvenir shot glass are included with the tour. We'll have lunch afterward at the Topwater Grill on the waterfront (not included in the price).
Our Book Club is open to all adults 60 and better. Meet with others who enjoy reading and take part in a lively discussion about the book of the month. This group meets at 12:45 PM on the first Wednesday of every month. Facilitator: Donna Scott
Wednesday, June 7 | 1984 by George Orwell
Great Books discussion groups are lively, friendly, sometimes contentious - and a good deal of fun. Participants challenge their own and others’ beliefs and opinions in the light of a rich, thought-provoking text. The group is currently reading from Great Conversations #6 and Great Books: The Soul of the Text. To learn more contact the group facilitator, Louis Wu, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information or to RSVP for any of these programs, please contact Esther Bethke at 713.595.8186 or email@example.com.