SENIOR PROGRAMS

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Leisure League
Federation offers two senior programs called Leisure League each month in Sacramento. Dates are listed below. Leisure League offers entertainment/discussions and lunch for $5/person. Check out other events and programs happening in our community!

Shabbat Shalom Sacramento

SHABBAT SHALOM SACRAMENTO
Federation volunteers visit two secular senior facilities each month to make Shabbat with Jewish residents. We supply all of the fixins'--challah, grape juice, candles, and more--and volunteers lead residents in the blessings, song, and conversation. For future dates, contact Rikki Kass at 916-486-0906 or rkass@jewishsac.org.

TRANSPORTATION FOR SENIORS
The Jewish Federation has been awarded limited grant funding from the Jewish Community Foundation of the West to provide Taxi, ParaTransit, or Regional Transit vouchers to Jewish seniors who are homebound or no longer able to drive. NOTE: In order to book rides with Paratransit, you need to complete a form for a Paratransit ID card. For more information, contact our Community Social Worker, Rebecca Ray, at 916-205-0688.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Leisure League Senior Programs

Wednesday, January 10, 2018, Noon-2:00pm
Temple Or Rishon, 7755 Hazel Ave, Orangevale
Tickle Those Keys, With Some Singing Please!
Mark Stivers has played keyboard with virtually every arts group in Sacramento, from the Symphony and Ballet to the Opera and Choral Society, and has tickled the old ivories for 23 seasons at the Music Circus as well. Peter Petty has performed as an actor and vocalist in the Central California region for more than two decades, and his versatility, ranging from singing with the Sacramento Opera to swinging in his own 13-piece band, will entertain the “swell” out of you, guaranteed!

Thursday, January 25, 2018, Noon-2:00pm
Albert Einstein Residence Center, 1935 Wright Street, Sacramento
Violinist Eugene Nisman!
Eugene Nisman is a consummate violinist who has performed with symphony orchestras in Europe and the United States for over 35 years. He plays with exquisite artistry, drawing out the instrument’s versatility with precision and sensitivity, whether he is playing popular classic, Jewish, Klezmer, or any other style from his vast repertoire. Eugene says, “I play whatever my audiences like to hear”, so come and be prepared to request your favorites!

$5 includes lunch and entertainment. RSVP to leisureleague@jewishsac.org or 510.524.9561.

Leisure League is funded by The Trust Fund for the Jewish Elderly and The Jewish Federation.