Adult Programs



You hear the familiar sound of Yiddish and Israeli folk songs, and smell a hot corned beef on rye (with mustard please, no mayo). On the streets of NYC, Chicago,Tel Aviv? No, right here at your JCC. Your journey begins here. Whether you’re looking for great entertainment, education, food, friendship, travel, to learn or brush up on a new skill,or a quiet spot to read,you’ll find it at your JCC. And if you don’t find what you’re interested in, tell us! We get our best ideas from you! This is your JCC!

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Adult Programs Notes and Notables

  • Salon Review – Ari Shavit’s My Promised Land

        Salon Review: My Promised Land by Ari Shavit • Tue., Jan. 27 • 7 p.m. • CSJCC• Ari Shavit’s New York Times Bestseller is an authoritative and deeply personal narrative history of the State of Israel by one of the most influential journalists writing about the Middle East today. Join the Tulsa Jewish Continue Reading

  • From Ethiopia to the Promised Land – How Women Achieve Glory in Israel

    Special Lecture: Pnina’s Journey – From Ethiopia to the Promised Land – How Women Achieve Glory in Israel• Sun., Jan. 11 • 6 p.m. • Sylvan Auditorium • Please join us for a special lecture by Pnina Agenyahu, Jewish Agency Emissary to Washington DC. Pnina has extensive experience in public speaking and teaching. She was an Continue Reading

  • Thanksgiving Holiday Hours

    The Jewish Federation of Tulsa will be closed the following days for Thanksgiving: Wed., Nov. 26—Close at 5:00 p.m. Thurs., Nov. 27 Fri., Nov. 28 The Health and Wellness Center will be open from Noon-5:00 p.m. on Nov. 28 Entry to the fitness center on Nov. 28 will be from the courtyard side door using Continue Reading

  • Special One Night Only Concert: Idan Raichel

    Please join us for a special, one night performance of Idan Raichel, a multi-ethnic tour de force that changed the face of Israeli popular music. The Project enchants audiences with entrancing fusions sung in Hebrew, Arabic and the Ethiopian languages of Amharic and Tigrit. Their latest album, Quarter To Six, has garnered international praise for Continue Reading

  • Sukkot Closing – 2014

    The Jewish Federation of Tulsa and the Charles Schusterman Jewish Community Center will close at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 8 in observance of Sukkot. We will resume regular operating hours on Saturday, October 11. The Health and Wellness Center will be open Friday, October 10 from Noon – 5:00 p.m. Entry to the fitness Continue Reading

  • Oklahoma Jewish Film Festival

    The first ever Oklahoma Jewish Film Festival (OJFF) makes its debut Sunday, October 19-Thursday, October 23. Conceived as a partnership between Circle Cinema, the Jewish Federation of Tulsa, and The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, the OJFF is a five-day celebration of Jewish Film. “Our goal for the first ever Oklahoma Jewish Film Festival Continue Reading

  • Route 66 Celebrates Israel at 66

      Come join this free, community-wide, family celebration tracing the connection of our iconic highway all the way to Israel! Author, noted Route 66 historian, and biographer Michael Wallis will share some history of the “Mother Road” and how in Israel’s 66th year as a nation, the love and lore of Route 66 has traveled Continue Reading

  • Get Your Flu Shot at the J

    The Jewish Federation of Tulsa wants to ensure that our community stays healthy this flu season. The Visiting Nurse Association will once again be at our facility to make it easy and convenient to get a flu shot. No appointment necessary. Flu shots are $25 and pneumonia shots are $85. Questions? Contact Mindy Prescott at Continue Reading

  • Leon Botstein to Deliver Frank Memorial Lecture

    Leon Botstein, President of Bard College, will deliver the sixth annual Irvin and Sharna Frank Memorial Lecture in Judaism and Contemporary Issues. Botstein’s lecture is entitled “Beyond the Fiddler on the Roof: The European Jewish Experience before 1933 and Contemporary European Anti-Semitism.” The lecture will take place at the Sylvan Auditorium of the Charles Schusterman Continue Reading

  • Back to School Drive

    The Jewish Federation of Tulsa is partnering with Covenant Family Church and Gilcrease Elementary School to gather much needed items for Tulsa children who, without such assistance, arrive at school already at a disadvantage. Many Gilcrease students are on the free and reduced lunch program and it is not unusual for a teacher to have Continue Reading