Please note our special holiday hours for Passover.  Click here for details.


  1. 4:30 pm

    Intermediate Step/ Bonnie

    Location: Group Exercise Studio
  2. 5:00 pm

    Swim Team

    Location: PACE Room
  3. 5:00 pm

    Cycling/ Amy

    Location: Cycle Studio
  4. 5:30 pm

    Hatha Yoga / Pamela

    Location: Mind Body Room
  5. 5:30 pm

    Body Combat/Body Pump Fushion/Nichole

    Location: Group Exercise Studio
  6. 5:30 pm

    Yoga/ Annette

    Location: Mind Body Room
  7. 7:30 pm

    $ Israeli Dance/ Lisa

    Location: Mind Body Room
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Upcoming Events

  1. The Chocolate Seder

    April 1 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
    Jewish Heritage Center

      Let’s celebrate and learn about Passover in a sweet way… with chocolate at the Tucson J’s award winning, annual Chocolate Passover Seder. Join us at The J, meet new friends and families, and get in the Passover mood at our Chocolate Seder. $3 in advance/ $5 per person at the door (space permitting) To register over… Read more »

  2. One Day Membership Sale

    April 2
    Tucson Jewish Community Center

    Join us for the BIGGEST MEMBERSHIP SALE of the YEAR Sunday April 2! If you’ve been waiting to join The Tucson J, April 2nd is the Day to Join! Become a new member on April 2nd and receive with your membership: $0 Enrollment Fee $50 Program Credit 5 Extra Guest Passes J Drawstring Bag Free Parent’s Night… Read more »

  3. ECE Science Sunday

    April 2 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
    Jewish Heritage Center & Sculpture Garden

    Sunday, April 2nd 11am- 1pm For young children from two to eight years old! Join us in a day of Sunday Science fun! Through play children and families will experience the science of space, earth, life, physics, and more! We will spend an afternoon with local professionals and Early Childhood experts to explore the phenomenon of our world… Read more »

  4. The Muhldorf Death Train with Holocaust Survivor Leslie Schwartz 

    April 5 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    Tucson JCC

    Wednesday, April 5 6:00pm Free and open to the public.  Leslie Schwartz, Holocaust survivor and recipient of the Federal Cross of Merit First Class from the Federal Republic of Germany, will be speaking at the Jewish Community Center on Wednesday, April 5th, beginning at 6:00 on his experiences during and following the Holocaust. He will… Read more »

  5. UA Cancer Center Lecture

    April 6 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
    Jewish Heritage Center

      Diet and Cancer: What’s a Person to Eat? Cyndi Thomson, PhD, RD Associate Director of Cancer Prevention and Control, University of Arizona Cancer Center Director, Canyon Ranch Center for Prevention & Health Promotion

  6. The Celebration of Heritage Concerts

    April 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
    Jewish Heritage Center

    Enjoy a selection of talented music by local groups and individuals in a variety of musical genres, while celebrating the multicultural mosaic of our heritage. Wednesdays, 6:30 – 8 pm February 15th: The Arizona Symphonic Winds, under the direction of László Veres March 15th: Cantor Janece E. Cohen & Choir April 19th:  Camerata Sonora choir… Read more »

  7. Syrian Cooking Class

    April 30 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
    Tucson JCC

    Syrian Refugee Chef Shahd will introduce you to Syrian cuisine as she shares her expertise in creating delectable Syrian dishes. Sunday, April 30 3-6 pm $70/ $65 J members To register, please visit or call 520-299-3000. Co-hosted by the International Rescue Committee. 

  8. Painting The World Jewish: Basic Watercolor Techniques on Jewish Themes

    May 1 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
    Tucson Jewish Community Center

    Create your own watercolor paintings and gain a better understanding of color and how to paint with watercolors. You will be learning painting fundamentals while exploring Jewish themes. Materials list will be distributed prior to the course. Ann Marcus Lapidus has been teaching art for over 20 years.  Currently, she is a teaching artist at… Read more »

  9. Introduction to Food Writing

    May 4 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
    Tucson JCC

    Everyone’s a critic – especially when it comes to restaurants. That’s why crowd-sourcing sites like Yelp are so popular. But what we eat says a lot about our culture, and good food writing is an art – as well as a lot of fun. Join Tucson Guide’s Contributing Dining Editor Edie Jarolim for a feast… Read more »

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