With local restrictions beginning to be reduced, the JCC is preparing to phase in a series of select services with modified schedules using local and state safety guidelines and recommendations. Find more out here. We are continuing to offer virtual activities to our members at this time. Browse these selections below!
LIVE virtual group ex classes exclusively for members, available via the Zoom platform.
Get the latest information on the status of the facility
As the unprecedented Covid-19 situation continues to evolve, we want to make sure you have access to the most up-to-date information as well as links to keep you engaged while safe-distancing.
Born to Move by Les Mills – recommended by age groups, BORN TO MOVE is designed to nurture a life-long love of physical activity and helps children experience the joy and vitality of moving to music.
BBYO On Demand is a new virtual space in which Jewish teens can connect with one another for cooking classes, engaging discussions, debates, virtual hangouts, song-sessions, video game tournaments and so much more. We will keep you updated when San Antonio BBYO is hosting a program on BBYO on Demand, but check it out on your own, you won't be disappointed!
Download Duolingo and learn some Hebrew or Spanish!
Available in the Apple App or Google Play store or visit their website
Get online and watch some great TED Talks:
Just because you can't take a plane doesn't mean you can't explore some of the world's preserved treasures:
Go to Google Arts and Culture and have a little snoop around some incredible places around the globe!
You can download the SA library app LIBBY to check out free e-books, audio books and magazines.
Visit the Apple App Store or the Google Play store and download the app now!
For suggestions on what you can read, here are some recommended quarantine reading lists:
Jewish Book Council also offers excerpts from some of their new releases.
Senior Planet San Antonio has a lot of great virtual events and resources you can explore!
H-E-B and Favor are launching its Senior Support Line, a new delivery program designed to offer a safer solutions for Texans aged 60+. Seniors can place orders from a curated list of essentials via a phone line, the Favor app, or via their website. The line will be staffed with volunteers to accept/process home delivery orders via phone daily 9a-1p. To access, call 1-833-397-0080. Fees are waived for the first 30 days.