A New Year at the JCC

JCC members, complete your own Ironman during February. Do it at your own pace, complete the challenge and then enter a raffle for great prizes.

Get Started Writing Your Own Book!
Tuesday, February 11, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Writing Center Program Director Barbara Shoup offers an evening of instruction, inspiration and Q&A. $18 general public/$13 members.

Camp Registration Day
Sunday, February 16, 12:30-2:30 p.m.
Ages 3 years-grade 8. Most camps and childcare are discounted up to 15 percent! Gear up for summer at the JCC with ntertainment, games and snacks for the kids plus a membership special offer!

The Roaring 20s: Daddy Daughter Date Night
Saturday, February 22, 7:00-10:00 p.m.
For girls ages 4-13 and their “date.” Dinner, semi-formal dress-up, dancing, keepsakes and a lifetime of memories. Come to the JCC’s soirée of the year. $75 couple general public/$65 member couple. $10 per additional child.
Social Media 201: Twitter, Facebook and Blogging
Tuesdays, February 25-March 18, 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Make social media work for you and your business. Develop a social media strategy to engage your audience and boost interest. Laptop suggested, but not required. $83 general public/$55 members.

Three Seasonal, Healthy and Delicious Cooking Classes
6:30–8:00 p.m. 
$12 general public/$10 members per class
Soups and Stocks
Tuesday, March 4
Make your own stock to control the quality of the ingredients, flavors and salt content. Learn fast and easy techniques to create and store your own soup bases and stocks.
Healthy Dinners on a Dime
Tuesday, March 11
Eating healthy doesn’t have to be expensive. Learn creative, healthy recipes and stay on your budget.
Ready for Spring
Tuesday, March 18
Gear up to explore the flavors of spring. This class will focus on healthy foods coming into season and how best to enhance their natural goodness.

The Books of Dara Horn—A Taste of the Ann Katz Festival of Books and Arts, The World to Come
Wednesday, March 5, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Join a discussion about a novel inspired by a fine art heist in Manhattan. Dara Horn is a notable force in modern American fiction. Butler University Professor Hilene Flanzbaum will guide readers through a new understanding of this popular novel. $8 general public/$5 members.

Also Coming Soon
Learn to Play the Blues Harmonica: February 18-March 25
Calligraphy classes: February 19-March 26
Presentation and Discussion about Global Warming with IU Bloomington Senior Scientist, Dr. Thomas Steiman-Cameron: February 20
Art Exhibit Opening: Jeremy Mallov, "Finding Time, Landscapes Painted in Stolen Moments": March 9
Heartland Award-Winning Films at the JCC: March 12
Meditation classes: March 22-April 12


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