Fall at the J!


Our fall newsletter is here, full of news about our programs, events and services for the season ahead. Take a look now, and watch for your copy in your mailbox. INCLUDED: our complete Arts + Ideas season lineup! Read It Now

September Holiday Schedule

Yom Kippur Closures

The J will observe the following High Holidays closures for Yom Kippur: September 18 (close at 3 pm); September 19 (closed all day). More Information

Family Sukkot Celebration

Friday, September 28, 6 pm

Join us for a family Shabbat dinner in honor of Sukkot filled with Israeli-style dishes, music, and dancing. Make your own decorations for the sukkah! Register

Arts+Ideas 2018/19 Season Announced

Tickets on sale now!

The artists in the 2018/19 Arts+Ideas season will make you think, laugh until you cry, consider a different side of things, dance the night away, and connect with your community. Check Out the Lineup

Lunch & Learn: A House Divided

Thursday, September 27, noon

America faces deepening political divides; can we find ways to build a more inclusive democracy? The J kicks off its new partnership with UW's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute with a free lunch and learn session led by speaker David Domke. Bring your own lunch. Register

Sukkot Glean @ Oxbow Farm

Sunday, September 30 10 am

Help gather the last of this year’s crops for those in need. Shake the lulav and etrog under our pop-up sukkah, gather pumpkins, shop the farm stand, and bring a picnic lunch to enjoy with friends! RSVP

Humor Me

Thursday, October 4, 7:30 pm

Elliott Gould and Jemaine Clement star in this father-son comedy from the writer of "Old Jews Telling Jokes." Rec. ages 15+ Buy Tickets

Fall Class Registration Now Open

Sign your kids up for fall classes!

We have new Minecraft, coding, hip hop dance, science, and language classes, plus lots of returning favorites for kids ages 3-12. Also, swim lessons, Kidstown, holiday celebrations, happy hours, and more. Learn More

Art Walk at SAM

Friday, October 5, 12:30 pm

The first Friday of the month is FREE at the Seattle Art Museum for adults 65+, so join the J for a docent-led tour of the Native American exhibit. RSVP

Featured News + Events

All News and Events
SJCC is closed for Yom Kippur.
Elliott Gould and Jemaine Clement star in this father-son comedy from the writer of "Old Jews Telling Jokes." Rec. ages 15+
Docent-led tour of the Native American exhibit. Free for 65+.
A vivid, mixed-media documentary about the creators of "Curious George" who escaped the Nazis on makeshift bicycles with their manuscript. Great for families with kids 10+.
Chef Yotam Ottolenghi returns to the J with his new cookbook, "Simple."
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