Families

Holiday celebrations, pool parties, hiking trips, and more! The J always has great activities that the whole family can enjoy together.

Family Events

Shabbat Unplugged: Board Games

Saturday, November 17 | 10:30 am-noon
SJCC
$5 per family
Spend your Saturday relaxing and playing with friends. We’ll have lots of board games, plus cornhole and pop-a-shot basketball!

BYOB Meet-Up: Tots & Tunes

Tuesday, November 13 | 10:30-11:45 am
Kline Galland Home | 7500 Seward Park Ave South, Seattle
FREE

Join us for an inter-generational morning of music! Bring you baby and join Cantor Brad Kurland for to bring light into the community. Meet in the Activity Center. 

Dinner at Our House

November 18 (SixThirTeens)
5 pm
Free, space is limited – RSVP early

Whisk, simmer, flip, bake, and blend as we cook a Sunday dinner in the SJCC kitchen for homeless teens. A great family activity to help make a difference for homeless teens. Dinners are delivered to YouthCare, a Seattle organization working to get homeless teens off the streets and prepared for life.

Upcoming dates: December 16

SeaJAM Festival: The LeeVees: "Hanukkah Rocks" Family Dance Party

SeaJAM Family Hanukkah Event & Concert
Sunday, December 9
Noon doors/Hanukkah games & art/food trucks/candle lighting
1 pm show
SJCC
A concert full of rocking and rolling Hanukkah songs? It’s a Hanukkah miracle! Indie-pop band The LeeVees’ (Adam Gardner of the band Guster and Dave Schneider from the Zambonis) have taken up the important task of writing a bunch of rockin’ Hanukkah songs. Their debut album, “Hanukkah Rocks”, features humorous songs like “How Do You Spell Chanukkahh?” and the classic punk tune “Gelt Melts,” that ask tough questions set to fun, catchy music. There’s plenty of fist-pumping sing-along action and fun, kitsch factor for all kids, teens, and parents alike! Watch Music Video >>

BYOB: Celebrate Hanukkah

Monday, December 10 | 10:30 am

Parents, bring your own baby to share Hanukkah traditions

J Explorers

A program just for dads and their kindergarten through third graders. J Explorers play games, learn new skills, enjoy the great outdoors, and celebrate Jewish values with other dads and kids. Must be a J Explorers member to participate in events. 

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