Unless otherwise noted, all events are held at the Jewish Community Campus, 5801 W. 115th Street, Overland Park, KS. Some events require an RSVP or enrollment in our programs, so please confirm your spot in advance. Please check directly with JFS on program dates, as dates may change.
Open to all. Mindfulness Monday will be from 9-10, then the usual networking
Special vist: Tracy Ochester, PsyD, RYT-200
Ochester Psychological Services, LLC
Psychodiagnostic testing & mindfulness based interventions.
*Asterisk indicates you must have completed a registration appointment, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 913-730-1449 to schedule one.
Please rsvp to email@example.com by the Friday before the workshop you want to attend is being held.
Open to all.
Open to all.
Meets first and third Wednesday of each month for 10 sessions beginning August 15.
Co-facilitated by Laurie Schulte, LMSW (JFS Older Adult Care Manager) and Rabbi Mark Levin
To register, contact Laurie at 913-730-1457 or firstname.lastname@example.org
JFS of Greater Kansas City (Jewish Family Services) and Tribe KC are teaming up for the fourth annual JFS Trivia Bash to bring the Kansas City young professional community together, have fun playing trivia, win some cool prizes and raise funds for the JFS’s community programs.
Sign up as a team of 8 or as an individual and we’ll connect you with new friends! Tickets include food, drink and trivia.
Help JFS “Wipeout” the need for toilet paper AND get extra points by donating toilet paper to the JFS Food Pantry to help provide tp to over 300 families each month!
6 pm – JFS Brookside tours & food (teams who take tours will get extra points for trivia)
7-9 pm – Trivia hosted by MC Hebrew Hammer, Noah Slabotsky
**This event has a maximum capacity and will sell out. Purchase your tickets soon so you don’t miss out.**
Follow us on social media to stay tuned for prizes and updates -www.facebook.com/jfskc and #jfstrviabash
For more information, please contact Taly Friedman at email@example.com or 913-730-1445 or Molly Hess, Community Connector, Tribe KC at firstname.lastname@example.org or 913-353-6779.
Thank you to our sponsor: Krigel & Krigel
Facilitator: Sally N. Ellis Fletcher, PhD, RN, FNAP, is licensed to practice nursing in the states of Kansas, Missouri, and New York and is a certified Fall Stop…Move Strong™ trainer.
Description: Are you concerned about falling for yourself, an ageing parent, family member or friend? Many older adults are frightened of falling and are reluctant to talk about it. But falls are not an inevitable part of ageing. In fact, the fear of falling is a major risk as people tend to limit their activities in order not to fall, which results in increasing muscle weakness, poor balance and a higher risk of falls.