One of everyone’s favorite ways to celebrate Purim is by eating hamantaschen, delicious three-cornered, filled pastries said to represent Haman's hat. Learn how to make your own at home!more»
Get to know Gary Brandt, the JCC's new Director of Youth & Family Engagement.more»
In this blog post, we introduce you to our three talented Reformer Pilates instructors: Eric Funderburk, Rachel Haffner, and Kristin Smith.more»
After a short hiatus, Kicking for Kids returned reimagined as a footgolf tournament. This year, the event supported youth scholarships for the 2019 JCC Maccabi Games® & ArtsFest®.more»
At our annual meeting on Sunday, January 20, we had the opportunity to revisit some of the highlights of the past year. Read some of the achievements and memories from 2018 that we are most proud of.more»
If you're really missing camp, you’ll love Camp Director Jessica Klein Sintes' list of memories that happened "this one time at camp" in Metairie.more»
If you find yourself missing camp more and more every day, check out these ways to reminisce about your favorite camp memories. Remember to stay loose and funky, y’all!more»
Nefesh Mountain, a Jewish bluegrass ensemble, will brighten the Mintz Auditorium with soulful folk-inspired music.more»
Uptown summer campers demonstrated the importance of being kind and loving others during the 4th annual Kindness March....
Join the New Orleans JCC and 60 other museums and cultural institutions around the world for We Are Here: A Celebration of Resilience, Resistance, and Hope on Sunday, June 14 at 1:00 PM CST....