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Neshama - Women's Cultural Arts Giving Circle
Preserving Our Culture, Enriching Our Lives
The Alper JCC is proudly dedicated to offering the finest Cultural Arts programs, performances, special events, exhibits and classes for the South-Dade community. Not only because we’re presenting the best of Jewish cultural heritage and preserving it for future generations, but also because our ongoing Cultural Arts efforts help build bridges between the Jewish community and the wider community of which we are a part.
Our elegant Noreen & Steven Sablotsky Cultural Arts Center
is the home for numerous ongoing Cultural Arts programs and events.
Each year, the Alper JCC Jewish Book Festival
welcomes the finest scholars and writers to what has become one of the premier book fairs in the nation. The Futernick Family Art Gallery
presents the best of Jewish and secular art. The Lisa Ann Watson Children’s Discovery Museum
educates thousands of children with colorful interactive exhibits. The JCC presents entertaining performances, music concerts and special events in the Robert Russell Theater.
Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.
As part of its ongoing Cultural Arts programming, the Alper JCC hosts theatrical performances throughout the year presented by Miami Children’s Theater.
JCC Summer Camp
and specialty camps
provide even more dance, music and theater classes for children and teens.
Enjoy a concert. See a show. View an exhibit. Take a class. Experience the best of South Florida’s Cultural Arts at the Alper JCC.
For more information, please contact the Cultural Arts Office.
For thousands of years the Jewish people have used the arts and education to enrich our lives, celebrate our traditions and bring together people
from every background to celebrate and enjoy.
Created to nurture the art and soul of the JCC’s Cultural Arts Programs, Neshama perpetuates the richness of Jewish heritage for our South Dade Community.
For information on becoming a member of Neshama, contact Ann Horenstein.