Tuesdays, 9 am-2 pm

Call Frieda Harris 201.408.1453 | fharris@jccotp.org
Call Judi Nahary 201.408.1450 | jnahary@jccotp.org

REAP (Retired Executives & Professionals)
REAP is a weekly JCC club for active senior adults that is organized and run by its own energetic and intellectually-passionate membership. Looking to provide meaningful social and learning experiences, each session features a one-hour educational or cultural program, followed by a social, brown-bag lunch that members bring. Participants then take part in spinoff afternoon programs that include bridge, current events, musical programs, short story discussions, a book club and more. REAP also features special holiday celebrations, off-site lunches and day trips during the year. Transportation offered to many towns for $5 round trip fee (based on availability). Coffee and tea are served.
Tuesdays, 9am-2pm, Yearly Fee: $185 singles; $310 Couple

Program Highlights


April 5th: "Fifty Children" - A Holocaust Mission Documentary
April 12th: Taking A Vacation From Stress
April 19th: The Borsht Belt
April 26th: Music Icons Buddy Holly and Patsy Cline, with Music CD

May 3rd: Games, Cards, Puzzles, etc.
May 10th: A Peace Corp Volunteer Combatting Malaria in Zambia
May 17th: The Author of "Skatekey,": Reminiscences From The Great Depression Through The 1970s
May 24th: June Nislick, the Author of "Zayda Was A Cowboy"
May 31st: Baseball A-La-Carte, Video and Discussion of Baseball During World War II, Including its Humor and Curses

June 7 - James Shames of Jewish Federation of North Jersey - Recent Trip
June 14 - Lisl Malkin - "Interrupted Life"
June 21 -Dick Burnon - Lorraine Hansberry -African-American Playwright
June 28 - Sharon Hammerman - "Finding My Roots in Germany"

July 5 - Marty Alboum- "Winston Churchill"
July 12 Joe DeLuccia "WWII-Control of Skies Over Germany for the Invasion"
July 19 - Tom Meyers - Fort Lee Film Commission
July 26 - Mental Health Players

August 2 - Rabbi Rosenzweig - "Jewish Reply To Missionaries"
August 9 - Rabbi Wisnia - "The North, The South, The Civil War and Us"
August 16 - Marie Coughlin - "New Bergen County Library System Innovations"
August 23 - Charlotte Bonelli - American Jewish Committee - "Exit Berlin"
August 30 - Avi Posnick - "Stand With Us - Combating Mis-information Of Those Opposed To Israel's Right To Exist"

September 6 - Dick Burnon - "Making Trouble - Three Generations of Funny Jewish Women" - Part I
September 13 - Dick Burnon - Part II Of Above
September 20 - Bernard Roth - "Yiddish Culture"
September 27 - John Bandstra "The Amity" -Relics Recovered from Sunken Ships"

October 4 - Rosh Hashanah - JCC closed
October 11 - Yom Kippur - REAP closed
October 18 -Sukkoth closed
October 25 - Simchat Torah - closed

Click here for descriptions of this month's programs


Norma Wellington Jewelry Show

Norma Wellington, a prominent international jewelry designer who has been named as a Best of Bergen designer by 201 Magazine, will present her latest collection of new spring and summer trends at her 25th “Silver Anniversary” show and sale at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades. Her exclusive one-of-a-kind and limited edition pieces feature lariats, wide cuffs, earrings, beaded necklaces and rings crafted from the finest genuine stones and precious metals. Norma will be donating a large percentage of her sales to the Kaplen Adult Reach Center, the JCC day care program for seniors with Alzheimer’s disease and related forms of dementia.

 


Tue, May 3
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Free Member
Free Public
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For more information, or to register, please call 201.569.7900.



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