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The Senior Adult Center and Senior Adult Programs of the Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo are open to all who are 60 years old and above and are supported in part through your campaign dollars and through a generous grant from the Jewish Senior Services Supporting Organization.
All events are part of the Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo and occasionally take place at the various synagogues. Please note registration deadlines for all programs! To register for a Jewish Federation Senior Program, please call 419-531-2119 x 2 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions about a program, please call Rene Rusgo at 419-531-2119 or email email@example.com or come in to the office!
To help us better plan for our programs and events, we ask that you make payment at the time of your registration. No confirmations will be mailed, your credit card charge or canceled check will serve as your confirmation!
St. Jacobs and Cambridge, ON
Tuesday, March 28 - Friday, March 31
Oh Canada, here we come! Get ready to have some fun as we pack our bags for a little outdoor fun, luxury, theatre, and so much more. This three night getaway will take us to St. Jacobs, Ontario, for a Sugar Bush and Mennonite experience, great dinning in the little town of St. Jacobs and Waterloo, free time at the outlets of St. Jacobs, and then Singin’ In The Rain at the St. Jacobs Country Playhouse.
Off to Cambridge, Ontario, we will go, where we will stay at the luxurious Langdon Hall – Country House Hotel & Spa. Experience Relais and Châteaux luxury and elegance in the Ontario Hotel & Spa of your dreams. Offering 60 luxurious guest suites, a full-service spa, outdoor swimming pool, and a 5-diamond award-winning restaurant with elegant reception rooms, Langdon Hall is a place where time seems to stand still. While in Cambridge we will dine at the famous Langdon Hall for dinner, tour the Toyota plant (where the Corolla and Lexus RX350 and 450H are manufactured), attend the Dunfield Theatre to see Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and dine at some local favorites.
A complete itinerary and dress suggestions will be provided prior to travel.
Modern Motor Coach transportation
2 nights at Langdon Hall, Cambridge, ON
1 night at the Courtyard by Marriott Waterloo St. Jacobs
3 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 3 dinners
Tickets to Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Singin’ In The Rain, Toyota plant tour, Sugar Bush and Mennonite experience
Tax and tip on included meals
COST PER PERSON:
$650.00 Double occupancy* + driver gratuity
$765.00 Single occupancy* + driver gratuity
*Member fee is for those in good standing with a current pledge and no unpaid gifts to the annual Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo Campaign.
A non-member may pay an additional $125.00 per person
Full payment due at time of registration, no places will be held without payment. Registration and payment deadline is Monday, March 6.
Driver gratuity is strictly voluntary, suggested amount is $3 -$5 per day, per person and may be given directly to the driver at the end of trip.
It is your responsibility to arrange roommates.
Travel insurance may be obtained by contacting your insurance agent.
A current 2017 emergency form needs to be on file.
This trip has moderate walking/standing, and could include a few flights of stairs and/or uneven terrain. Plus some outdoor experiences. If you have questions – please call and ask.
In consideration of individuals who are sensitive, please consider the amount of perfume, cologne, and other fragrances that you wear.
If you have any dietary restrictions, please notify us at the time of registration.
Travel itinerary subject to change.
You MUST have a current passport within the recommended 6 months from travel date.
This event is supported in part through your campaign dollars and through a generous grant from the Jewish Senior Services Supporting Organization.
Kosher Passover shopping and lunch in Detroit
Tuesday, April 4
9 a.m. - Depart from JFS Senior Adult Center (Sekach Building) 6505 Sylvania Ave.
4 p.m. - Approximate return time to Senior Adult Center
Registration is required by Friday, March 24 – limited seats
It’s that time of year again; time to get ready for the High Holidays! So let’s go north and bring your own reusable shopping bags and coolers to One Stop Kosher Grocery Store, Zeman’s Kosher Bakery, Kroger, and Harvard Row Kosher butcher shop. Lunch will be on your own at our mystery location. Please call ahead to Harvard Row (248-539- 8806) and Zeman’s (248-967- 3905) to place your order for pick up.
Are you confused about vitamins?
Unsure of which ones you need for optimal health? What levels are safe?
The Vitamin Solution – Two Doctors Clear the Confusion About Vitamins and Your Heath
By Dr. Romy Block and Dr. Arielle Levitan (cofounders of Vous Vitamin)
Thursday, April 27
Congregation B’nai Israel – 6525 Sylvania Avenue
$15: Luncheon, author presentation and copy of the book
Registration and payment required by Friday, April 14.
This event is supported by Jewish Senior Services
Research has shown that many Americans are not eating balanced, healthy diets, leaving them deficient in critical nutrients, such as vitamins D and E, and calcium and magnesium. And, on the flip side, those who do follow a healthy meal plan by reducing processed food and red meat are actually at risk of getting too little of key nutrients like iodine and iron, respectively. To fill nutritional gaps, many adults are increasingly using dietary supplements. These can be beneficial, but if not taken correctly, can be dangerous to one’s health.
In writing The Vitamin Solution, the doctors cut through conflicting data about vitamins and minerals to provide a concise, medically-sound approach to supplement use. They explain which vitamins and supplements can be helpful, which can be harmful, and which are altogether unnecessary. They explore health conditions and symptoms including diabetes, hair loss, fatigue, hot flashes, and more; and address preventive care, providing insights on topics such as screening tests, weight loss, and preserving memory.
Fighting Heroin: The Heroin/Opiate Epidemic…What is it, What Can I Do?
Thursday, May 4
1 p.m. - JFS Senior Adult Center (Sekach Building)
The number of heroin and opioid related drug overdose deaths in counties served by the Lucas County coroner’s office has increased from 8 in 2010 to 215 in 2015. Attendees will learn about the epidemic, the impact it has had on our community and our families, how to access treatment, and how to be part of the solution. Presented by Harbor Behavioral Health with support from the Mental Health and Recovery Service Board of Lucas County.
WHO is THAT? with the Toledo Jewish Historical Society
Tuesday, May 9
10 a.m. – Bagel Nosh and Identity Party
JFS Senior Adult Center (Sekach Building)
Registration is required by Monday, May 1
Join us for a bagel nosh and help us continue our celebration of Jewish American Heritage Month as we sort through the photos of yesteryear, identify those pictured, reminisce, and learn a bit about Jewish American Heritage Month. Everyone is welcome to come.
Celebration of photos with The Toledo Jewish Historical Society
Tuesday, May 9 – Friday, May 12
10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Open house style
JFS Senior Adult Center (Sekach Building)
Stop in whenever you can and browse through the photos to see who you can help identify
To register for a Jewish Federation Senior Program, please call 419-531-2119 x 2 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that our trips are open to all seniors and reservations and payment are due at the time of the request to hold your space. We will accept reservations on a first come basis since space is limited. A wait list will be formed as needed. No confirmations will be mailed, your credit card charge or cancel check will serve as your confirmation. Please fill out an Emergency Contact Form if you will be traveling with us and have not done so.
The Senior Adult Programs of the Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo are supported in part through your campaign dollars and through a generous grant from the Jewish Senior Services Supporting Organization. All events are part of Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo and occasionally take place at the various synagogues. Please note registration deadlines for all programs!
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