6505 Sylvania Avenue 

Sylvania, OH 43560

 
Stay tuned for new and rescheduled trips. Please contact the Jewish Living Center if we can be of assistance to you. Join the private JLC Facebook group here for exercise videos, free resources, and other posts about all the news on upcoming enjoyable programming. 
 

Hallie Freed

419-724-0362

hallie@jewishtoledo.org

 

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Download a pdf of the current JLC newsletter by clicking on the link below:

JULY 2021 NEWSLETTER

JLC FITNESS

 

Missing all your favorite exercise classes because you don’t have Facebook?  Now you can simply go to YouTube anytime you want and not have to deal with Facebook at all. Love Facebook, all your classes will still be on Facebook!  We are now offering two platforms where you can get your exercise classes from, YouTube and Facebook! 

 

You can exercise when you want, YouTube is open to everyone who wants to keep moving and stay healthy!

 

Click here for details about the JLC Healthy Living Fitness classes.

Click here to go directly to the exercise videos on our YouTube channel. Once on the page you can bookmark it. 

Duplicate Bridge is back on Tuesday nights from 7–9 p.m.! Reserve your spot by contacting Colette Lundberg at colette@jewishtoledo.org or 419-724-0361. Limited seating available.

Jewish Living Center of Greater Toledo

Who are we? 
The Jewish Living Center (JLC) is a fresh approach to how we look at aging. It is a holistic attitude about how we view ourselves as we age. We want to be the place that you come to when you want to learn about something new and exciting. When you want to try out the newest trend in movement and exercise. Where you want to gather with friends and make new ones. Where you can feel comfortable being you. Where technology is just a touch away. Where adventure will take you places. The Jewish Living Center (JLC) and all of its programs are open to those who are 60 and better and are supported through a generous grant from the Jewish Senior Services Supporting Organization (JSSSO) and through your campaign dollars.
 
Come join the fun!
All of the JLC’s programs are open to those who are 60 and better. All you have to do is fill out a registration form and you are set to enjoy all that the JLC has to offer! Click here for special events. Click here for special trips.

 

High Holiday Kosher Shopping

Thursday, August 26

9 a.m. Depart from the Jewish Living Center (Sekach Bldg.) - 6505 Sylvania Ave.  

4:30 p.m. approximate return time to Jewish Living Center  

Registration is required by Monday, August 16 – limited seats

It’s time to get ready for the fall holidays! Join us for a day of fun in metro Detroit or place your order in advance for us to pick up. We will be visiting; The Grove (formally known as One Stop), Zeman’s Kosher Bakery, and Harvard Row Kosher Meats. If you are riding with us, we will also have lunch at Prime 10.  Get all that you need for the high holidays!

 

Shopping in person option:

Make a reservation and ride the bus up north with us. Do your own shopping and have lunch out.

 

Placing order for pick up by us (for those who are not able or ready to shop in person)

1. Place your order with Harvard Row Kosher Meats no later than Monday, August 16 by calling 248-539-8806. 

a. Let them know that your order will be picked by Hallie Freed from Toledo on Aug. 26. 

b. Pay for your order before we arrive to pick it up on Thursday, August 26 before 10 a.m. 

2. Place your order with Zeman’s Kosher Bakery no later than Monday, August 16 by calling 248-967-3905.

a. Let them know t your order will be picked by Hallie Freed from Toledo on Aug. 26. 

b. Pay for your order before we arrive to pick it up on Thursday, August 26 before 10 a.m. 

3. All items must be picked up from the Sekach building on Thursday, August 26. Individuals will be called as we approach Toledo to inform you of our arrival time. 

 

1. Contact Hallie Freed at hallie@jewishtoledo.org or 419-724-0362 by Monday, August 16 and let her know the following:

• Where you placed orders at (Harvard Row Kosher Meats or Zeman’s)

• Email her what you ordered at each vendor (hallie@jewishtoledo.org)

• Cell phone number

• Shopping list for The Grove.  Please email a specific list of items you want.  

• Individual invoices will be sent out after shopping has been completed. 

 

If you have any questions, please call Hallie Freed at 419-724-0362 or hallie@jewishtoledo.org

 

A Very Israeli Rosh Hashanah

Wednesday, September 1   |   8 p.m.

Register by 2 p.m. on Wednesday, September 1 to Colette Lundberg at 419-724-0361 or colette@jewishtoledo.org. Zoom link will be sent upon registration.

Any questions? Contact Hallie Freed at 419-724-0362 or hallie@jewishtoledo.org.

Join us for a delicious evening as we watch Chef Michael Solomonov cook from his kitchen in Philadelphia and Adeena Sussman cook live from her kitchen, steps from the Carmel Market in Tel Aviv.  Both chefs will be cooking some amazing Israeli Rosh HaShanah dishes.  All recipes will be made available prior to the event and questions will be allowed throughout the show.

 

Michael Solomonov is the Executive Chef and co-owner of Zahav (named by Food & Wine Magazine as one of the “40 Most Important Restaurants of the Past 40 Years”), the 2019 James Beard Foundation award winner for Outstanding Restaurant (the first Israeli restaurant to ever win the award), the 2017 James Beard Foundation winner for Outstanding Chef, and the 2014 Eater National Chef of the Year.

 

Adeena Sussman has been writing about Israel’s food culture for almost 20 years and officially made aliya to Israel in December 2018. She is the author of Sababa: Fresh, Sunny Flavors from My Israeli Kitchen, which was named a Best Fall 2019 cookbook by The New York Times, Bon Appetit, and Food & Wine Magazine. She has co-authored 14 cookbooks. Some of Adeena’s most recent collaborations include Cravings and Cravings: Hungry for More with Chrissy Teigen, for which they landed on the New York Times best seller list.

 

JLC & National JCC Adult & Senior Alliance 
Virtual Programs
The Jewish Living Center is thrilled to announce that we are now a partner in the National JCC Adult & Senior Alliance. This alliance allows us to bring you cutting-edge, exciting, and relevant programs – to the comfort of your home.

 

Exploring Broadway: Tuneful Trivia

Thursday, August 12 & 26

4-5:30pm (ET) on Zoom

$25 w/“Early Bird” Registration!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/exploring-broadway-tuneful-trivia-tickets-154335745369?aff=JLCToledo

 

Whether interested or not in joining a fun, educational, and non-competitive game – a combination of Name That Tune (or Show, or Performer, or Composer…) and Jeopardy – do not miss popular instructor James Sokol’s new two-part mini-series, which will touch on a wide range of Broadway shows and songs. Answers will be found in delightful video performance clips that bring the joy of musical theater into our discussion.  Come for the songs; stay for the fun!

 

Songs of Seniors: A Multi-Genre Musical Celebration of Older Adults

Friday, August 20

2-3:15pm (ET) on Zoom

$5 w/“Early Bird” Registration!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/songs-of-seniors-a-multi-genre-musical-celebration-of-older-adults-tickets-155719454079?aff=JLCToledo

 

“Aging is an extraordinary process where you become the person you always should have been.” – David Bowie

 

Prepare for National Senior Day (Aug 21) with popular instructor James Sokol’s guided journey through a diverse array of songs – Broadway, pop, country, and more – and interesting tidbits of music composed by, performed by and/or celebrating older adults. 

 

Music & Morsels: The Great Romantics

Wednesday, September 1 

4-5pm (ET) on Zoom

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/music-morsels-the-great-romantics-tickets-154434701349?aff=JLCToledo

 

Join pianist and historian Ian Scarfe for a live, classical piano concert in which he takes us on a tour of what makes the 19th century "The Romantic Era." After discussing and playing great works by Chopin, Liszt, Mendelssohn, and more, Scarfe welcomes and replies to Q&A from the guests.

 

Senior Resource Connect, a service of the Association of the Jewish Family and Children's Agencies (AJFCA) network, provides information and resources to assist older adults and caregivers in discussing their needs with aging services professionals. Check out this one-stop connection to local service providers.