Adults and Seniors
The JCC has something for every interest and need.
Pursue your creative side with a paintbrush, sing with a chorus, practice your Yiddish, or enjoy a game of bridge or mahj. You can take a day trip or see a show with us.
We offer activities for New Americans and organize support groups. Through the Allegheny County Area Agency on Aging (ACAAA), we offer daily kosher lunches and celebrations. We have senior fitness classes and the designed specifically for older adults and taught by certified instructors.
Part tennis, part badmitton and completely fun!
Pickleball is sweeping the nation; a simple paddle game played using a special perforated, slow-moving ball over a tennis-type net on a badminton-sized court. It's fun for all ages and can be played leisurely or competitively.
No experience necessary!
Wednesdays, 10-11:30 am
Fridays, 10:30 am-noon
Sunday Drop In Play
First and third Sunday of each month
Noon-3 pm in the gym
No advance registration needed
Tuesday Court Time
Second and fourth Tuesday of each month
Noon-1:30 pm or 1:30-3 pm
Members can reserve a court (in advance at the front desk) for play on their own.
$8/court members plus $2 for each community member
Tuesday Learn to Play Clinic
First Tuesday of each month
Noon-2 pm in the gym
Open to all, no advance registration needed
No fee/members; $2/community
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Learn a traditional T'ai Chi form and experience the proven benefits to mind and body while enjoying a pleasurable, relaxing group exercise.
April 30-July 9 (No class June 4)
Wednesdays, 1-1:45 pm
Kaufman Dance Studio
The AgeWell Independent Adult Services department is funded in part through the Area Agency on Aging, Department of Human Services, Allegheny County and the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh. Additional support is provided by the Jack Buncher Foundation, the City of Pittsburgh's Community Development Block Grant through grants from Mayor Bill Peduto, Councilman Dan Gilman and Councilman Corey O'Connor, the Hyman Family Foundation and The Lilian and Jack Mervis Fund.