It's been wonderful to see faces back at the J and we're grateful the community has adapted to all the new procedures. And we're asking everyone to keep it up! As COVID-19 infection rates surge in King County, we must all remain vigilant to protect our own health and that of our community. Hear the latest from CEO Amy Lavin.
Starting November 7, we're offering an additional weekend timeslot for both lap swim and the Fitness Center. Workout and swim sessions will be available starting at 9 am on Saturdays and Sundays. Sign up >>
Our new Fit + Fun afterschool program is for kids in kindergarten through 4th grade to stay active and engaged after school.
Need a change of scenery from your home office? Beginning Oct. 26, come work at the J Café! We're offering four two-hour work sessions every weekday for J members.
Beginning Mon, Oct 19, we are making changes to our online fitness classes. They will remain free to our members who will still have access to all the workouts in an online On-Demand library. Guests will now be asked to pay $10 per class and will not have access to the On-Demand workouts.
Beginning Monday, October 19, the downstairs family boys' and girls' locker rooms will be open for swimmers to use for changing only.
Working within Safe Start guidelines, we are excited to announce that we've moved some cardio equipment into the north half of the basketball gym, doubling the available timeslots during every session the Fitness Center is open.
The SJCC is expanding our Early Childhood School offering to include three new programs for the 2020-21 school year to accommodate families' changing needs: kindergarten, virtual preschool, and outdoor preschool.
Swim lessons return to the J! In working within the Washington Safe Start plan, we are able to offer swim lessons and we can’t wait to see you and your kids at the J.
Stroum Jewish Community Center launches new community engagement program, Mitzvah Corps, with focus on food insecurity for the Fall of 2020.