Exercise not only improves health, it increases self-confidence and reduces anxiety in children. Participating in physical activity as a family also strengthens family bonds, improves the overall mood of both the parents and their children, and sets an example for future behavior.
Join us on April 7, April 11, April 13 and April 14 for Days of Memory, a signature experience featuring Yom HaShoah, Yom HaZikaron, and Yom Ha'Atzmaut.
A little over twelve months ago, we celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Children’s Scholarship Ball. A little over twelve months ago we announced that we were embarking on a major renovation project to transform the J. Twelve months ago, we informed the community that the J would close due to a virus that would define the days, weeks and months ahead for all of us.
Purim starts tonight, have you made your triangle-shaped foods? Got your costumes ready? Planned out your mishloach manot (sending portions to one another) and mattanot la-evyonim (gifts to the poor)? Saved the Jewish people from Haman? No? Well, we're here to help!
Here are 5 ways you can celebrate Purim with the J.
The month of February is all about the heart. Celebrate American Heart Health Month by learning more about how you can gain and maintain great cardiovascular health as well as reduce your risk for heart disease.
Cardiovascular training is one of the best ways to improve your heart health. Keep cardio exciting by trying out interval training!