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Work is underway on the renovation and expansion of the Tucson Jewish Community Center’s sports and wellness facility.
The Tucson Jewish Community Center, at 3800 E. River Road, is featuring a new show by local artist Gary Swimmer. "Line/Work: New Metal Drawings" features a collection of drawings translated into steel sculptures.
Noah Hymson, 6, leans in for a closer look as Julie Zorn reads from "Tex & Sugar, A Big City Kitty Ditty" during camp at the Tucson Jewish Community Center, 3800 E. River Road.
The summer camp includes varied activities such as swimming. On a recent day, children piled onto JCC lifeguard and swim instructor Stephanie Sinn.
Skylar Dehnert 7, center, watches as Layla Hadwin, 7, left, works with cookie dough ingredients during the cooking class at "Rock Away With Camp J."
Children wait to move to their next activity during the summer camp at the Tucson Jewish Community Center. They were at the camp on May 29. Go to tucsonjcc.org for information on other activities at the community center.
Isabella Carney, 6, bites into one of the cookies the children made during a cooking activity. The group made "Wagon Train Biscuit" cookies decorated with raisins. Audrey Holmes, 8, left, had her own mouthful.
Zumba instructor Kirby Haaksma guides children through a workout at Winter Camp at the Tucson Jewish Community Center. The program, for children from kindergarten through second grade, includes activities such as art classes, cooking, crafts, bingo and field trips. It ends Friday, but you ca…
A length of fabric trails Isabella Carney, 6, as she spins in circles at the JCC's Winter Camp. The center is at 3800 E. River Road.
Layla Hadwin, 7, doesn't seem sure of how low she can go as she does the limbo.
"Birth of Fire," an abstract by Sheryl Holland, is among the works of art on display at the JCC Fine Art Gallery.
The Fine Art Gallery of the Jewish Community Center, 3800 E. River Road, is hosting an exhibit of artwork by metal sculptor Peter Eisner and abstract painter Sheryl Holland Monday through Feb. 6.
Events starting Friday include outreach with local schools.