Adults

Art Hive

H’Art Connection Hive

Discover your inner artist, make art and build community. All ages and skill levels.

Art hives celebrate the strengths and creative capacities of individuals and communities. Join us once a week for guided activities or self-directed art making. We will dabble in a number of art forms with visiting artists.

Sundays 5:30- 7:00pm
beginning November 18

No charge. Drop ins welcome

For information and to register email: leamore@jccgv.bc.ca

Young Adult Inclusion Theatre Group

NEW Young Adults Inclusion Theatre Group

An engaging, open and creative program for young adults to explore the world of theatre and drama.

Mondays 7:30- 9:00
beginning October 15

Join us for improvisation, experimenting with character, scene building and theatre-games. Participants will have the opportunity to stand in the spotlight and share their thoughts, experiences and stories within a safe and welcoming space.

Group goals:

  • Engage in teamwork
  • Enhance your self confidence
  • Develop your imagination and creativity
  • Learn about the world of theatre and acquire acting techniques
  • Enjoy comedy and humor making
  • Have fun!

For more information and to register contact Hila: inclusion@jccgv.bc.ca

Art with PD

NEW Art with PD

A safe artistic space for adults with Parkinson’s for self-expression. Exploring different artists and mediums, establishing connections within the class and not letting the creative process be defined by PD.

Instructor: Jean Ward is an accomplished art teacher and certified Life Coach with over 20 years of teaching art at the JCC. Jean’s husband was diagnosed with PD nine years ago.

Fr 12:30-2:00pm
Nov 9-30 4 classes 1806
Member $110/ Regular $120

Register
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Bagel Club drop-in social club 

For adults with diverse needs. We focus on social and recreational activities while promoting Jewish heritage, education and community engagement. From outings throughout the city to relaxing yoga at the JCC, the Bagel Club social club is a space to be yourself surrounded with support from staff and peers.
Su      1:00-3:00pm  Free

Community Kitchen

A peer-based program that provides cooking and life skills training to adults with diverse needs in an informal and fun-setting. Meals are planned and executed by members of the Bagel Club catering social enterprise and then shared with members of the community. Coming together around food, what could be better?
Mo      4:30-6:30pm  Free
Kindly supported by Omnitsky Kosher BC

Community Outreach

Inclusion Services, in conjunction with the Jewish Federation, Yaffa Housing Society and Coast Mental Health is proud to offer Spark A Mitzvah Shabbat dinners and Jewish holiday programming at Dunbar supported housing.