Wildfire season is underway and growing across our region. As we watch these saddening and scary projections, we want to communicate the SJCC’s plan for managing at various levels of ambient air quality, primarily driven by wildfire smoke. The SJCC…
Starting Monday, all locker rooms will be open. Please continue to follow all signs around the property as we adapt foot and vehicle traffic patterns to meet user needs and uphold COVID-19 mitigation protocols.
A message from SJCC CEO Amy Lavin: The SJCC remains committed to protecting our most vulnerable. We encourage our community to answer the global call to limit the spread of COVID-19 by getting a vaccine.
During the week of Joe Biden's inauguration as 46th President of the United States, members of Ms. Schuman's kindergarten class at the J's Early Childhood School wrote him letters. And this week they got a response. Enjoy!
The 2020-21 teen philanthropists in the Giving Initiative for Teens (GIFT) raised more than $22,000 for five local organizations, which were distributed at a grant ceremony on May 19.
Beginning Thursday, April 1, in accordance with Department of Health guidelines, the J will expand our locker room use to include sectioned-off, socially distanced showers.
Starting Monday, March 22, reservations are no longer required to work out in the Fitness Center, as part of the state of Washington's move into Phase 3 of the "Healthy Washington: Roadmap to Recovery."
Virtually Together Again! March 4-18 Comedian Howie Mandel launches Opening Night with documentary film and Zoom conversation featuring acclaimed director Barry Avrich SEATTLE, Wash. – The Seattle Jewish Film Festival (SJFF) has announced its full line-up of streaming films for…
The SJCC is excited to announce that Summer J Camp will return for 2021. This summer will feature many returning core camps and specialty camps, as well as new offerings for your kids to explore. Registration opens for members Feb. 8, and general registration open Feb. 11.
February is Black History Month and provides an opportunity to honor historic leaders, celebrate Black History and Culture, and raise awareness. Check out these resources on the history of Black History Month and ways to celebrate.