Adults

From cooking classes to garden parties, the J offers a variety of programs to meet friends and stay connected to Jewish life.

Upcoming Programs

Fall Dance Classes

Mondays, through December 17
One 5-week series $70
Both 5-week series $130
Drop-in $15 (with instructor permission)

Swing Your Socks Off | 7:30-8:30 pm
Review basic swing steps and partnering, then learn fun and playful East Coast swing and “swing-blues” variations.

Fabulous Foxtrot | 8:30-9:30 pm
Come learn this fun, flowing, and elegant partner dance. You’ll be floating across the floor in no time!

Classes are beginning/intermediate levels. No partner needed. Take both classes in conjunction for a fabulous night of dance fundamentals! 

Instructor Ari Levitt is a world-class dance teacher and performer, whose dance styles include waltz, Lindy hop, salsa, tango, blues, and more. He leads dance camps across the country and abroad, and has performed all over the world.

New to Town Happy Hours

New to town or just feel like reconnecting with old friends? Join us. Nosh, nibble and sip as you meet new friends.

Tuesday, December 4 | 6-8 pm
SJCC | $25 per person
We’re putting a festive spin on our happy hours as we gather to make sufganiyot (jelly donuts) for Hanukkah!

Please RSVP so we know how many to expect.

Osher at the J: Self-Driving Cars

The Future of Transportation
Speaker: Mark Hallenbeck

Thursday, November 8
noon-12:30 pm lunch | 12:30 pm speaker

See the latest innovations in car technology, and talk about what’s next. Will steering wheels disappear completely, replaced by a system of sensors, radar, and GPS mapping? Bring your own lunch.

This lunch-and-learn series, part of the J’s new partnership with the UW Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, is geared toward adults age 50+.

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Beading for a Cause

Wednesday, December 12 | 6-8 pm
$10 members | $15 guests

Make jewelry for women living in Seattle shelters; a genuine mitzvah project. Enjoy wine and hors d’oeuvres while you bead!

We’re joining with Jewish Family Services’ Project DVORA, which is dedicated to domestic violence outreach, response, and advocacy.

Osher at the J: Resolve to Evolve

An Epigenetic Dive in the Gene Pool’s Deep End
Speakers: Peter Ward and Warren Etheredge
Thursday, December 13
noon-12:30 pm lunch | 12:30 pm speaker

Paleontologist and astrobiologist Peter Ward, along with Emmy-nominated storyteller Warren Etheredge, explore the possibilities of epigenetics, the study of how genes are expressed. Bring your own lunch.

This lunch-and-learn series, part of the J’s new partnership with the UW Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, is geared toward adults age 50+.

Sponsored by: 

 

 

 

Bridge

Have you always wanted to learn to play bridge or would like to improve your skills? SJCC past Board President and ACBL-accredited bridge teacher Alan Tesler will teach you the game.

Sports Leagues

The J has two men’s basketball leagues as well as a summer co-ed softball league. You can join with a team or as a free agent.

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