Memorial Day Weekend

  • Welcome St. Louis Senior Olympians! Please note that some of these events will affect portions of the J’s facilities throughout the weekend. Click here to view schedule changes that affect the gyms, pools, etc.
  • The J is open from 8am to 5pm on Monday, May 28. We’ll be open regular operating hours on May 26 & 27.
  • Outdoor pools open May 26. Click here to view our pool hours.
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Jewish Community Center

Jewish Arts & Soul Project


Featuring Jewish-themed art, spiritual, health and wellness workshops for men and women in their 20s through 50s. Join the Jewish Arts & Soul Project in creative spaces throughout St. Louis for unique experiences that nourish the mind, body and spirit. It’s a new way to engage! Generously funded in part by the Jewish Federation of St. Louis.

Upcoming Events

June 10 - Jewish Architectural and Historical Bike Tour

Location: Departing from Central Reform Congregation, 5020 Waterman Blvd, St. Louis
Date & Time: Sunday, June 10 | 9:30am-12:30pm
Cost: $10

Tune up your bicycle, grab your helmet, and join us for a community bike tour of St. Louis’ Jewish architecture and history. Seasoned bike guide Harold Karabell, of Harold’s Historic Two-Wheeled Tours, will lead us to the fascinating old synagogues of the near Northside along with other historical, Jewish institutions.

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July 18 - Indigo Tie Dye

Indigo Tie Dye

Location: Craft Alliance, 6640 Delmar Blvd, University City
Date & Time: Wednesday, July 18 | 7pm-9:30pm
Cost: $20

Learn the ancient art of indigo tie dye and create a piece of beautiful fabric to be used as a challah cover, a tallit bag, or to hide the Afikoman for a Passover celebration. Participants will be guided through dyeing techniques and will learn the historical significance of this practice.

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August 21 - Love and Chocolate

Location: Kakao Chocolate, 7272 Manchester Rd, Maplewood
Date & Time: Tuesday, August 21 | 7-9pm
Cost: $25

Celebrate Tu B’Av, the Jewish holiday of love, surrounded by sweets at St. Louis’ premier chocolatier, Kakao. Participants will learn about the wonders of chocolate while making ganache, caramels and barks in the Kakao kitchen. Bring a loved one or treat yourself for a night of confection perfection! Participation is limited to 14 individuals.

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Presented by The Ruth & Harold Sher Center of Jewish Life. 

For more information about the Jewish Arts & Soul Project, please contact Diane Maier, Jewish Programs Coordinator, 314.442.3190.
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