Dganit Daddo will travel from Israel to perform at the New Orleans JCC Israel Independence Day community celebration. Read more about her and see her live on May 8.more»
“Securing a Safer J” will raise funds to create a new storefront with three objectives: security, accessibility, and beautification.more»
Watch and sing along to our 2019 Passover Program led by JCC's Kendra Siani and Touro Synagogue Cantor Kevin Margolius.more»
Kelly Harp Haber's reflections from a workshop designed to uplift older adults and people with dementia through dance and expressive movement.more»
Former JCC Maccabi athletes offer memories and advice for the 2019 delegation heading to Detroit.more»
Educator of the Year was awarded to Paul Distler for the outstanding work he has done integrating Holocaust education into the curriculum at Cabrini High School.more»
Read a Q&A with 2 for Seder founder Marnie Fienberg and how she is helping fight anti-Semitism with love and matzah.more»
Get to know Tevin Marbeth, the friendly face who always greets our members with a smile at the fitness desk.more»
As we reach the end of 2020, a year that has been filled with disruptions and uncertainty, we are glad to welcome a holiday about light and celebration. Chanukah is all about looking for beauty and celebrating life’s miracles. To honor that tradition, we’ve put together eight fun facts about the New Orleans JCC....
The Jewish community is partnering with Tulane Medical School students for a holiday food drive for CrescentCare, a New Orleans clinic that offers comprehensive health and wellness services to the community, advocates for empowerment, safeguards the rights and dignity of individuals, and provides for the public....