There are a number of programs available in the Fairfield County area. Always contact the organization listed to confirm the date, time and place.
NEW! A festive and special evening as Anita & Harold Rosnick are presented with the Arthur and Gladys Lunin Humanitarian Award and Sandy Young is presented with the Louis Lotstein Award for Distinguished Service. The Women’s Auxiliary of Jewish Senior Services hosts this 2015 Fall Gala on Wednesday, October 21, at the Italian Center in Stamford.
To make a reservation or to place an ad, please contact Dayna Hayden, 203-365-6409 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEW! College Ahead program for families of high school students. Thursday, October 22, 7:30pm at Congregation Beth El, Fairfield. Program is free. Admissions officers will discuss how to navigate the process as well as Jewish life on campus. Read the flyer here.
For more info, contact RShankman@jewishphilanthropyct.org.
Mah Jongg tournament. At Congregation Emek Shalom, Simsbury. Sunday, November 1, 9am-4:30pm. Any questions, please contact event chairperson, Terry Wolfisch Cole, 860-558-2587 or email@example.com.
September 30 – November 1, White Plains Performing Arts Center. “My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish & I’m in Therapy”. http://playhouseinfo.com/whiteplainscenter/
Needed: Foster Homes for Children. Family & Children’s Agency, Norwalk. Read the flyer here.
Save-the-date — Sunday, November 15, 6:30pm, at Congregation B’nai Israel — A Taste of Merkaz, honoring Marjorie Krubiner. Read the flyer here.
Jewish Senior Services: Pricing and deposit information is available for the new Roz and Les Goldstein Assisted Living Residences at the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Campus on Park Avenue. There are 18 1-bedroom apartments and 28 memory care studios in this new program, anticipated to open in May, 2016. Deposits now will secure a specific residence.
Federation for Jewish Philanthropy of Upper Fairfield County community calendar lists events of Jewish organizations, synagogues, and agencies throughout the Federations’ service region: www.jewishphilanthropyct.org/calendar/
Make a difference as a Volunteer at Jewish Senior Services! One person at a time and one smile at a time, volunteers at Jewish Senior Services enhance quality of life every time they visit. Whatever your interests are, The Volunteer Services Department of Jewish Senior Services welcomes your energy and unique talents. There is no minimum number of hours required. Adults and teen-agers alike enjoy the benefits of volunteering. Eligibility begins at age 14. When volunteering is the right choice for you, please contact: Darlene Miakos, Volunteer Coordinator at Jewish Senior Services, 203-365-6495 or firstname.lastname@example.org.