Adult Programs

ONGOING PROGRAMS

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All programs are open to the community, athough certain may have member and non-member rate schedules. Pre-registration and payment may be required. No pre-registration is required for The Ruth L. & Henry H. Renard Active Retirement Lectures, which are drop-in lectures with a fee of $5.00/person/session. Check out our full list of adult programs here.
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Sundays @ the J with George & Friends

A monthly reading of original works by local authors. 
Visit ToadlilyPress.com for additional information or contact Lois Green.

About George Kraus, Ph.D. Mr. Kraus holds a doctorate in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Languages from the Graduate Center, City University of New York. He has worked as both scholar and translator. His chapbook, Rendition, was published by Toadlily Press. He divides his time between Rio de Janeiro and Tarrytown, NY., where he continues to write poetry
and prose.

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The Ruth L. & Henry H. Renard Active Retirement Lecture Series

The Active Retirement Program is committed to providing lifelong learning opportunities of the highest quality for adults 55 years and older. This unique program offers an eclectic variety of provocative, stimulating, and engaging continuing education programs. Professional presenters from local colleges and the community provide courses of study in the arts, literature, theatre, philosophy, current events, and life trends. Made possible in part by a grant from the Ruth L. and Henry H. Renard Foundation.
Project Director: Linda Paver, LCSW-R
Project Coordinator: Felicia Ash
Mondays 10:30 am
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Men’s Club
(JCC Membership required)
This ongoing program meets weekly over coffee and bagels. Originally formed by a group of retired professionals and business executives to provide fellowship and exchange ideas, it  has over the years added an aura of intellectual awareness, providing members with stimulating lectures, diverse programs and exposure to cultural events. In addition to sharing their own experiences and expertise, club members engage a variety of speakers--ranging from members of congress to television sports producers to health care providers. Membership is not limited to any age group. New members are always welcome!

Wednesday at 9:45 a.m.
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