The Alpert Jewish Community Center (AJCC) is open for business, committed to safety, and wants to be “Your Center For Life!” To celebrate, this iconic Long Beach-area agency will be welcoming the entire community to a “FREE day at the J” on Sunday, October 3 from 9am-3pm. The event is open to all.
Those who attend can take part in FREE fitness classes, open swim, tours of the facilities, youth activities on the early childhood education playground, and more.
“We want the community to know that we are open and eager to safely provide activities and engagement for the whole family at any age and ability level,” said Shlomit Jackson, the Center’s Membership Director. “We are open to the entire community and encourage everyone to come check us out.”
The Alpert JCC houses a pre-school and after-school enrichment for children, a comprehensive fitness center, an aquatics center, and other programs and services for families, children, adults, and seniors. They offer personal training, multiple exercise classes including spinning, Zumba, aqua aerobics, and more, as well as youth and family programs and Jewish life and culture programs. Corporate Membership and Community Partnership Programs are available.
Centrally located in Long Beach, the Alpert JCC is situated conveniently off the 405 freeway near the Willow and Lakewood intersection.
The Alpert JCC is offering discounts exclusively to anyone who signs up for membership at the Open House. They will waive the registration fee ($150.00) and discount annual memberships by 25%.
“We’ll also have a prize wheel that people can spin to collect coupons for future activities,” Jackson said.
For more information and to RSVP, visit: https://alpertjcc.org/event/open-house/.
The Alpert JCC and Jewish Long Beach provide programming for all ages and stages of life. Known as “Your Center for Life,” The Alpert JCC provides a gathering space in which all are welcome to pursue early childhood education, after-school programs, fitness programs, aquatics activities, and summer camp, as well as to engage in Jewish life, culture, and education.