The Alpert Jewish Community Center (AJCC) is open for business, is committed to security, and wants to be “your center for life!” To celebrate, this iconic agency in the Long Beach region will welcome the whole community for a âFREE day at the D dayâ on Sunday October 3 from 9 am to 3 pm. The event is open to everyone.
Those who attend can participate in FREE fitness classes, freestyle, facility tours, youth playground activities for early childhood education, and more.
âWe want the community to know that we are open and willing to safely offer activities and engagement for the whole family, regardless of age and ability level,â said Shlomit Jackson, Director of Membership of the Center. âWe are open to the whole community and encourage everyone to come and see us. “
The Alpert JCC is home to a preschool and after-school enrichment center for children, a comprehensive fitness center, an aquatic center and other programs and services for families, children, adults and the elderly. They offer personal training, multiple exercise classes including spinning, zumba, water aerobics, etc., as well as youth and family programs and programs on Jewish life and culture. Corporate membership and community partnership programs are available.
Centrally located in Long Beach, the Alpert JCC is conveniently located off of Highway 405, near the Willow and Lakewood intersection.
The Alpert JCC offers discounts exclusively to all those who register for the Open House. They will waive the registration fee ($ 150.00) and reduce annual memberships by 25%.
âWe’ll also have a prize wheel that people can spin to collect coupons for future activities,â Jackson said.
For more information and to confirm your attendance, please visit: https://alpertjcc.org/event/open-house/.
The Alpert JCC and Jewish Long Beach offer programs for all ages and stages of life. Known as âYour Center for Lifeâ, the Alpert JCC provides a gathering space in which everyone is invited to pursue early childhood education activities, after-school programs, fitness programs, water activities and a summer camp, as well as engaging in Jewish life, culture and education.