Activity Guides 2019 Winter Spring Activity Guide - Page 13

Kids and Teens SAVE - THE - DATE FOR THESE FUN YOUTH EVENTS Teen Trek Ski Massanutten Thursday, December 20 7:30 am - 10:00 pm Grades: 6 – 8 Youth Programs at the Weinstein JCC The Weinstein JCC Youth Department is excited to once again offer a ski trip for youth in grades 6-8! Teens in grades 6-8 will be hitting the slopes to enjoy skiing or snowboarding. Never been skiing/ snowboarding before? Not a problem, all levels and abilities are welcome. The price of the trip includes a lift ticket, rentals, lessons and snacks. Please bring a bag lunch. $135 (includes food, lessons and all other activities) Code: 17572 Laser Tag Lock-in Saturday, February 16 10:00 pm - 8:00 am Grades: 6 – 8 Join us for 4 hours of non-stop laser tag fun, followed by all night activities at the J. Kids will have the place all to themselves for the night while they play unlimited laser tag, enjoy arcade games, team activities, and plenty of food and snacks. $36 JCC members / $45 non-members Code: 17665 Chopped Middle School Edition Saturday, April 13 7:30 - 10:00 pm Grades: 6 – 8 Ready, set, cook! Enthusiastic and aspiring middle school chefs will test out their skills in this culinary gauntlet of competitions including a mystery box of ingredients. Taste, creativity and boldness will be rewarded. $15 JCC members / $20 non-members Code: 17791 GET YOUR TEENS INVOLVED Tikkun Olam Super Stars (TOSS) Earn community service hours and help the community Grades: 6 – 8 Tikkun Olam Super Stars (TOSS) is for Grades 6-8. Tikkun Olam (Hebrew for “repairing the world”) is the basis for the TOSS program, which is designed to give middle school-aged youth both a social and community service opportunity monthly during the school year. Not only can TOSS participants earn community service hours, but they will also learn the value and meaning of giving back to the community while engaging in a fun social activity to support positive peer relationships. January 21 Jewish Food Festival Monday, 1:00 – 4:00 pm March 17 Purim Carnival Sunday, 12:00 – 3:00 pm J-Serve Sunday, time TBA May 19 Free. If interested, please contact Leslie LaBrie at 13 Weinstein JCC | 2019 Winter - Spring Activity Guide BBYO Grades: 8 – 12 BBYO is the world’s leading pluralistic Jewish youth movement. BBYO is teen-led and modeled as a high school fraternity and sorority, including two movements: Aleph Zadik Aleph (AZA) for boys and B’nai Brith Girls (BBG), for girls. Richmond BBYO has two chapters, an AZA chapter (Monarchs AZA) and a BBG chapter (Dr. Abraham Cohen BBG). Richmond BBYO is a part of Eastern Region which includes the communities of the Peninsula and Tidewater in Virginia and all of North Carolina. BBYO members participate in conventions throughout the year in Greensboro, Raleigh and Richmond. Weekly and Sunday afternoon events are held at the Weinstein JCC throughout the year, with varied programs including social, education, recreational activities, community service and Israel programs. For more information on how to join, please contact Ryan Woloshin, Regional Director for Eastern Region BBYO, at 285-6500 or Don’t miss the BBYO Virginia Council Spring Cultural Convention, Date TBA. (To attend, you must be a member of BBYO.)