3801 East Mercer Way, Mercer Island, WA, 98040, United States

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Sunday
Sep
20
2015
Sunday, September 20, 2015 from noon-1pm
noon-1pm
This festive, original family play follows a mother and daughter as they celebrate the month of Tishrei, which includes the High Holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Geared toward ages 3-10, ”A Very Festive Month” features songs, storytelling, and interactive fun, all in Hebrew. Doors open at 11:30AM. $15/ $10 SJCC Members Buy Tickets: http://sjcc.org/cultural-arts/theater/a-very-festive-month-tickets/
Sunday
Jul
20
2014
Sunday, July 20, 2014 from 3-5:30pm
3-5:30pm
Join us for a film screening of The Zigzag Kid and B-Boy! In the Zigzag Kid, Nono’s dad is the world’s greatest detective, but his mom is a mystery that only he can solve in this charmingly playful coming-of-age flick. B-BOY tells the story of thirteen-year-old Eli navigates two diverse cultures while coming of age as a bar mitzvah and a competitive break dancer. B-BOY was the SJFF 2013 Audience Choice Award Winner for Best Short Film. Doors open 30 minutes prior to film. SJCC Mercer Island is handicap and hearing loop accessible.
Wednesday
Apr
30
2014
Wednesday, April 30, 2014 from 6-7:30pm
6-7:30pm
Co-presented by the French American School of Puget Sound, The French Immersion School of Washington, and the Stroum Jewish Community Center “Bilingualism used to be about equalization in the U.S.; now it is about globalization.” Professor Emeritus Fred Genesee of McGill University in Montreal believes that bilingualism used to be a necessity primarily for immigrants coming to the U.S. in order for them to integrate in an English-speaking society.  More recently, he believes, more individuals and families are focused on becoming bilingual because of the explosion of globalization in business, travel, and media. “Parents want their children to be part of a global village.” Professor Genesee specializes in research on brain function in early bilingual language learners because he believes that language is central to a child’s learning abilities.  He has honed this belief during his 35-year career and explains his research in numerous books and publications, the most well-known being Dual Language Development and Disorders, 2nd edition. “When I started doing research on this, the issue was very marginal in the U.S. and Canada.  Now it is a hot topic.” Come hear more from Professor Genesee on this hot topic.  Here are the details: Date: Wednesday April 30th, 2014 Time: 6pm Location: Stroum Jewish Community Center, 3801 East Mercer Way, Mercer Island, WA 98040 This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Michele at (206) 275-3533 x289 or micheles@fasps.org.