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LBI Summer Activities At The JCC 2017
The Jewish Community Center of LBI would like to invite the residents and visitors to the many activities planned for this summer. From shopping to history and from entertainment to education you should be able to find something of interest. Here is a partial list to get you started.
Bazaars: July 12th and August 9th, an annual tradition that includes over 100 vendors and lunch available for purchase. If you have been before you will you know you want to return. If you have never experienced one, do not wait, make this year you start a new tradition.
Documentary Showings: Scheduled for July 9th, August 20th, September 10th and October 1st. The movies begin at 7PM and a $5. Donation is suggested. This summer’s titles are: Broadway Musicals, a Jewish Legacy; There Are Jews Here, this film includes the story of the Latrobe Torahs, which are now a part of the JCC of LBI’s collection; Jerry Lewis, The Man Behind the Clown; Monsieur Mayonnaise
Summer Concerts: July 30th at 7PM, “Three Sopranos: Broadway, Rock, Pop, Jazz and traditional Music Styles”. The three cantors from the Philadelphia area are Sandy Bernstein, Rebecca Schwartz and Elizabeth Shammash.
Bart Shatto, Back to Broadway. Two performances, August 26th at 8:45PM and August 27th at 4PM. Bart has played the role of Jean Valjean in Les Miserables on Broadway he has also performed locally at the Surflight Theater.
Tickets are available for General Admission, Reserved and a Package Deal. Visit the website or call the office for costs.
Mah Jongg: Wednesday’s from 12:30 – 4PM. Tournament July 20th 9-4. $40.00 must register and pay in advance. Price includes Continental Breakfast, Lunch and Prizes.
Poetry Reading: The JCC’s own Richard Morgan, August 6th 11AM
For further activities & information, visit: jccoflbi.org or call 609.492.4090
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