An initiative of JCC Manhattan
In collaboration with UJA-Federation of New York
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JCC Harlem launched in January 2017 at 318 West 118th Street, between Frederick Douglass Boulevard and Manhattan Avenue. In our 6,000 square foot space, we seek to create a hub of Jewish life for Harlem's growing and vibrant Jewish community, hosting holiday celebrations as well as weekly, monthly, and one-time programming for people of all ages and from all walks of life.s
If you would like to discuss renting our space for a variety of activities, please contact Meg Sullivan here. JCC Harlem is deeply committed to building partnerships with local community organizations; the possibilities are endless within and beyond our new four walls.
FEATURED PROGRAM: SHABBAT SHABBANG: SHABBAT IN THE LOT
Shabbat Shabbang is a Friday night dinner designed to welcome our families with children of all ages into our amazing Harlem space for a terrific meal, new friends, and fabulous kids' activities. Looking to create a connection with your community? Want to create a Shabbat experience for your kids, but youâre too tired after a full week of work? Shabbat Shabbang is the program for you. Join us in our beautiful outdoor space for an al fresco Shabbat and Friday night event perfect for friendly food lovers with families. After Shabbat rituals and a great meal, get ready to shabbang with art projects, Shabbat kits, a dessert bar, cocktails for the grown-ups, great entertainment, and more. These dinners are welcoming to families with children of all ages and for adults without children.
Fri, Sep 8, 5:45 pm and 7 pm seatings
$18 (children under 3 are free)
To register, click here.
OPEN PLAY HOURS!
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$100 monthly passes available now
Drop in purchase price $10 per session
Note: JCC Harlem is a cashless facility. Only debit and credit will be accepted.
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