The Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center has been operating since 1983 and provides a range of arts, culture and learning programs and services for all ages and abilities. Servicing the local Jewish as well as the general community, the center promotes Jewish culture and heritage through education, recreation and a range of social and spiritual programs.
There are activities for people of all ages, from preschool to adult enrichment, including special needs services. It is a non-profit community agency of the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County.
Levis JCC provides the community with a range of arts and culture activities through the Phyllis & Harvey Sandler Center. The Center provides a variety of art and cultural activities throughout the year that are guaranteed to thrill art lovers, music buffs, theatre and film enthusiasts.
The Adult University provides study opportunities in the fields of art, language, social media and much more, while the Nathan D Rosen Museum Gallery presents a number of exhibitions every year. Members of the center can connect with others who share a similar passion for books and films with literary and film-related programs held throughout the year; and there are casual games and serious tournaments in Bridge, Mah Jongg and Canasta. If you love music and theater, get your toes tapping with their full length productions, staged readings and the annual International Jewish Short Play Competition.
Contact: Anita Schwartz at email@example.com (561-852-3286) Families gather to enjoy a lite breakfast and sing-a-long with various cartoon characters and photo ops. Sing, dance and enjoy a lite breakfast with Elmo and Mickey!