Paint and Sip At The J!
Relax and discover your inner artist in a fun, casual environment with other young professionals. CreativeJuice will lead the painting portion. Art supplies, wine, and snacks are included with registration. Please register here.
Monday, March 13
$36/ $30 for J members
The Celebration of Heritage Concerts
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
March 15th: Cantor Janece E. Cohen & Choir
April 19th: Camerata Sonora choir
May 17th: Remembering Mr. Cole: A Tribute to Nat King Cole with Joe Bourne & The Trio
Other dates and guests to be announced.
$40/ $36 member
Ballroom & Jewish Heritage Center
TSO Just for Kids
Four Free Concerts for Kids!
2-3 pm in the Tucson J Ballroom
Sunday, February 26 at 2 pm
Wind Quintet: “The Tortoise and the Hare”
Tonya the Tortoise has lots of great qualities, but speed was
not one of them. Come join the TSO Wind Quintet for a trio of
fables with their new show “Aesop’s Adventures!”
Sunday, March 26 at 2 pm
Percussion Ensemble: “Tommy Tom-tom and Chillin’ Willie Go to the Zoo”
Our old friends Tommy Tom-tom and Chillin’ Willie take a field trip to the
zoo. Join us and learn about the sounds of the animal kingdom.
Sunday, April 23 at 2 pm
Piano Trio and Friends: “Goldilocks and the Three Bears”
The Bear family was in an uproar. Enjoy this delightful retelling of the
classic tale composed by TSO violinist Michael Fan.
Sunday, May 21 at 2 pm
Flute Viola Harp Trio: “Pip and the Pirate”
It was graduation day at the Pirate Academy. Join us for this new musical
adventure by TSO violinist and composer Michael Fan.
Zalman Ber’s Story: A Book Signing with Lisa Kotz Mishler
Zalman Ber’s Story is told in his own voice by author Lisa Kotz Mishler, a powerful addition to the historical recounting of World War II. Together, he and his wife Luba, survived the Holocaust. A story about love, war, heroism, and miracles, as told by Mishler deserves to be experienced and honored.
Read an interview with Lisa Mishler on the Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/58a75f63e4b026a89a7a2aba
“Lisa Mishler’s efforts resulted in the publication of Zalman Ber: The True Story of the Man the Nazis Could Not Kill. The book captures how, her parents, Sol and Luba survived the Nazi liquidation of a million and a half Jews in Poland in the western part of Russia, in mass killings in the ghettos, in places where they were born and in the concentration camps.”
Sunday, February 26
Free and open to the public
Join us for the Senior Shabbat Luncheon Series at The J
First Friday of the Month, 11am – 1pm
Enjoy music, delicious lunch and a featured program. Get into the spirit of Shabbat and enjoy the friendship and fellowship of others.
March 3: Program at Tucson Hebrew Academy
April 7: A Mah Jongg Experience with Debbie Weiner
Open to All! $15 per person
In the Jewish Heritage Center
RSVP in advance by calling 520-299-3000 or register online.
The Chocolate Seder
Saturday, April 1
6:30 – 8 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 the phone, please call The J Welcome Desk at 520-299-3000.