JCCV FUN AT CHESS – 2nd OFFERING
Jewish Community Centre of Victoria, 3636 Shelbourne St.
Thursday, March 15th to Thursday, May 10th, 10 am to 12 noon
Fun at Chess is a social, recreational program that provides fun for those who want to learn and play the game at a relaxed pace and comfortable level. It will also benefit experienced players who want to advance their skills.
The first offering of chess began on January 18th and will end on March 8th. The program will continue with a second offering of eight sessions beginning March 15th and ending on May 10th. Sessions are held on consecutive Thursdays from 10 am to 12 noon, except for Thursday, April 5th. Attendance at all sessions is encouraged but an occasional missed session will not significantly hinder participants.
Chess sets are supplied by the JCCV for use in the program.
Charles Bonder will again lead the sessions.
Fee for the 8 sessions is $25 for JCCV members, $35 for non-members.
Advanced registration for the 8 sessions is required.
Contact the JCCV at 250-477-7185 or email@example.com to register.
Contact Charles Bonder at firstname.lastname@example.org for further info.
Managing End of Life Choices Symposium
Sunday, March 4th from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Jewish Community Centre of Victoria, 3636 Shelbourne Street
This symposium will be a time to look for resources to help us confront the many questions that end-of-life decisions pose for our parents and ourselves.
Dr. Stefanie Green, Medical Assistance in Dying
Dr. Susan (Jodie) Anderson, Victoria Hospice
Charlotte Salomon, Q.C., McConnan Bion O’Connor and Peterson
Presentations will conclude with a panel of Jewish clergy and lay leaders, followed by a Q & A. You will also be able learn more about the local Chevrah Kadisha, Jewish Cemeteries, Victoria Jewish congregations, and funeral homes.
$15 per person includes kosher lunch.
Call the JCCV at 250-477-7185 or email email@example.com to register.
$18 per person at door.
Click here to view and/or download the Managing End of Life Choices Symposium Flyer
THE SINGING REVOLUTION
2006 (87 minutes); Narrated by Linda Hunt
An inspiring and gripping film:
The story of how feelings became songs, songs became a national voice, and voice became action. A single nation…a million voices…the fall of an empire.
Imagine the scene in “Casablanca” in which the French patrons in Rick’s Cafe began singing “La Marsellaise”…and you’ve only begun to imagine the force of “The Singing Revolution”.
Truly an uplifting piece of cinema!
Please join us for a fun evening of cinema…schmoozing…discussing and generally having a good time! State of the Art projection, large screen & great sound!
Snacks and cold drinks included in the $10 price of admission.
Always a classic cartoon and newsreel prior to the feature!
Dick de Ryk – Resident Movie Critic and Comic Book Aficionado