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CHARLES & SHIRLEY KRONE ADULT SERVICES DEPARTMENT

MARJCC is your place to gather old friends, meet new friends, and have fun. The Adult Services Department at the J promotes Jewish cultural heritage and values by providing social, cultural, educational and recreational programs. Programming is offered Monday – Friday and includes lectures, specialty group exercise classes, Jewish education and study, Jewish history, book club and book reviews, card games, arts and crafts, wellness and nutrition education, ceramics, painting, day trips, holiday celebrations, and volunteer opportunities.

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Exciting Day Trips
Enjoy a day out with friends, and explore local areas of interest.

Fight Back Against Parkinson’s.
Rock Steady Boxing

Feel rock steady with the help of non-contact, boxing-inspired classes.

Herbert Kay Initiative of the Parkinson’s Foundation

The Herbert Kay Initiative of the Parkinson’s Foundation aims to bring a quality of life to Parkinson’s patients.

Available Programs

Services
We want the J to be your “home away from home,” where you can relax, rejuvenate, and connect with the community. We are committed to ensuring a healthy lifestyle and enhancing daily life for our active adults.
Program for Parkinson’s Patients

Presented by The Herbert Kay Chapter of the Herbert Kay Initiative of the Parkinson’s Foundation, this program offers various activities to bring quality of life to those living with Parkinson’s.

Transportation Services
Transportation made easy! Funded by the Alliance for Aging, door-to-door transportation service within boundaries is offered Monday through Friday.
Programs and Events

The MARJCC is your place to gather with old friends, meet new friends, and have fun. From holiday celebrations to our Annual Senior Health Fair, there is always something exciting happening at the J!

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Earlier today, there was a shooting at the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center with one fatality. Miami-Dade Police have confirmed it is being investigated as a domestic issue. The suspected gunman has been arrested, and police have indicated there is no known threat to the Jewish community.

Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to the victim’s family.

Thankfully, years of drills and numerous safety protocols ensured the safety of our members, staff, and community.

The Michael-Ann Russell JCC is grateful to the Miami-Dade Police Department and all first responders who responded so quickly.

The MARJCC will resume normal operations tomorrow, April 4, 2022. However, as previously communicated, there are no group exercise classes or adult enrichment classes until 3:30 p.m. due to a previously scheduled conference.

We would want to remind everyone that each of us must adhere to the established protocols to minimize the risk of spreading COVID-19.  We love seeing you at the J, but please stay home and monitor symptoms for 14 days:

  • if you are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19, or
  • if you have come into direct contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, or
  • if anyone in your household is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, or
  • if anyone in your household has come into direct contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19

Thank you in advance for your support.