We provide outstanding Social,
Educational, Recreational, and Cultural program and services
to children and adults of all ages in Dutchess County and
vicinity. We are a culturally diverse agency welcoming all
members of the Jewish and the greater community.
Our Mission Statement can be found
ARE HAPPENING AT THE JCC
BUILDING CLOSING AT 3PM - FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15th
The building will be closing at 3pm on Friday, November 15th. Pool will be closed all day on Friday November 15th as well. Call (845) 471-0430 with any questions.
DECEMBER SWIM LESSON REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
Schedule is the same as the Fall Swim Lesson schedule. Call (845) 471-0430 to sign up or with any questions.
8th Annual Senior Law Day - Tuesday September 17 8:30am-1pm
The 8th Annual Senior Law Day, "Legal Issues to Help Prevent and End of Elder Abuse: The Tip of the Iceberg"
will be held on Tuesday, September 17, from 8:30am-1pm at the Jewish Community Center of Dutchess County (soon to be the Hudson Valley Community Center)
110 South Grand Ave., Poughkeepsie.
This FREE event is co-hosted by the Jewish Community Center, Dutchess County Office for the Aging,
and the Coalition on Elder Abuse (under the auspices of the Mediation Center of Dutchess County)
This event is open to the public, especially seniors and their caregivers to help educate all
on this very hidden crime. It may not be you, but is it someone you know?
8:30am-9am-Check in, Bagel & Coffee
9:30am-10am-"What is Elder Abuse?"
10am-10:30am-"How to Recognize and Protect Oneself From Fraud and Scams Aimed at Senior Citizens"
10:30am-11am-"Orders of Protection (the types of OP and why to get one), and How to Proceed to Prosecution of the Abuser"
11:15am-11:45am-"Who to Contact If You Suspect Abuse in a Health Care Facility"
11:45am-12:15pm-Advance Directives, Power of Attorney, Trusts vs. Wills
Pre-Registration is Strongly Advised: Call the JCC at 845-471-0430 for more information.
We wish to thank "The Handel Foundation" for helping to make this event possible!
Fall 2013 Swim Lessons - Registration begins 8/12/13 for Summer Students and 9/10/13 for others
Summer 2013 Swim Lessons - registration for Spring swim students begins on Monday, August 12th, 2013 at 8:15 AM; registration for all others begins on Tuesday, September 10th, 2013 at 8:15 AM.
Note: All Wednesday lessons begin one week later than other days; they start on 9/25/13 and end on 11/27/13.
Parents and Swimmers:
Please note there are no refunds; JCCDC credit may be issued at Aquatics Director's discretion.
Each class is 30 minutes long and meets one day per week.
Please register yourself or your child for the appropriate lesson level. If you are unsure of the appropriate lesson level, please read our lesson level descriptions.
Improvement is faster with consistent attendance, in conjunction with signing up for consecutive classes.
Please help your child and the instructor by not going to the pool side when class is in session.
Contact the Aquatics Director for policies regarding closures due to inclement weather or other issues, or for any other questions via email or call (845) 471-0430.
A flyer with information regarding schedule can be downloaded by clicking on this link.
A flyer with information regarding registration information can be downloaded by clicking on this link.
SOME FACTS ABOUT THE PROPOSED SALE OF
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
Click here to read statement...
The PJ Library
comes to the Hudson Valley!
Children who are between the ages of 6 months
and 7 years of age who reside in Dutchess, Ulster, or
Columbia Counties are eligible to receive a free Judaic book
or tape in the mail each month. Please go to
www.pjlibrary.org for details and to enroll your
child, or you can contact Melinda Margulies at the JCCDC
(845) 471-0430 or at
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