A transportation and activity program for older adults.
Call 650.378.2750 for more information.
Tuesday, December 10 7:00 pm
What would you do if you discovered your father was a WWII Nazi officer? Dr. Bernd Wollschlaeger converted to Judaism.
Hamlin Garden Courtyard
Visit our new garden that will help fight hunger in San Mateo County by supplying food to InnVision Shelter Network.
Training workshops by The Jewish Coalition for Literacy:
For more informatin visit JCL or call 650.847.1718.
Do you have any questions about any classes, events or gatherings? If so, please contact one of the following representatives.
Adult & Older Adults Programs
- Phone: 650.378.2722
Events, Trips, Tours for Adults
Take in the Bay Area and more!
Choose from an exciting selection of life-enhancing recreational, social, cultural, volunteer and learning opportunities for adults of all interests and backgrounds. Adults will enjoy our unique blend of arts, lectures, classes, trips and social opportunities.
Visit the Jewish Life section of our site for even more great events!
Take a look at our upcoming Cultural and Performing Arts events!
Be sure to check out activities and events taking place in our Older Adult section too! Our award-winning Get Up & Go program is making a difference in lives of local seniors.
PJCC Photo Gallery
Take a look at the wonderful mural the community has created at the PJCC.
2014 San Francisco Symphony Sampler Subscription
This year the PJCC will offer a 3-concert Thursday matinee subscription to the San Francisco Symphony. The day tips include transportation and time for a no-host lunch in Union Square or near Davies Symphony Hall. Subscribers also have access to the 1pm pre-concert lectures.
Contact Rachel Goldman at 650.378.2764 for more information and to register.
Thursday, January 9 - Beethoven and Bates: MTT conducts
Thursday, January 30 - Vanska conduct Rachmaninoff
Thursday, March 6 - MTT and Julia Fisher
David Hockney: A Bigger Exhibition
Grand in scope and scale, this show assembed exclusively for the de Young marks the return to California of the best-known British artist of his generation. It includes more than 300 works, ranging from watercolors and multi-canvas oil paintings to Photoshop portraits and digital videos that track the changing seasons. Also on show is The Art of Bulgari exhibition, which presents approximately 150 showstopping pieces from the period after WWI including several striking pieces from the Elizabeth Taylor collection. Audio guides may be rented at the museum for $6. No host lunch in the museum café. FAMSF members may deduct $20. Registration required.
Dudamel Conducts The Los Angeles Philharmonic
Program includes: John Corigliano's Symphony No.1 and Tchaikovshy's Symphony No. 5. Seats are on the Premier 2nd Tier (elevator accessible). Limited seating available.
This trip is made possible by a grant from the community-wide Senior Excursion Fund of the Jewish Community Endowment Fund of the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma, for seniors who are mobility, financially, or physically impaired and for whom this trip would not otherwise be possible. Participants may attend only one of five Senior Excursion trips between 7/1/2013 and 6/30/2014.
Home pick-ups $10/location.
Jerusalem Quartet at CalPerformances
With celebrated recordings and acclaimed international performances, the Jerusalem Quartet has charted a captivating path through some of the most vigorous and compelling repertoire ever written for string quartet. Here, the group performs an all-Shostakovich program.
This trip is made possible by a grant from the community-wide Senior Excursion Fund of the Jewish Community Endowment Fund of the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma, for seniors who are mobility, financially, or physically impaired and for whom this trip would not otherwise be possible. Participants may attend only one of five Senior Excursion trips between 7/1/2013 and 6/30/2014. Home pick-ups $10/location. Registration required.
Matisse and Music at the Legion of Honor
Celebrate the fine arts with a day at the Legion of Honor! View an intimate Matisse exhibition, tracing four decades of the artist's career. Following a no-host lunch at the museum café, the Avedis Chamber Music Series kicks off their 29th season with a performance by the Stanford Woodwind Quintet and acclaimed pianist, Paul Hersh. Registration required.
Join us for refreshments and hors d'oeuvres and enjoy mixing and mingling with friends, old and new. This is a great event for any member that would like to invite friends and show off their Center!
This event is for members and their guests who are 21 years old and over, except when noted. Childcare is available but limited. Call to reserve a spot at 650.378.2703.