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.
Democrat Ron Barber and Republican Jesse Kelly got to ask each other one question tonight in their only live debate of the campaign to fill Gabrielle Giffords’ former seat in Congress.
The only face-to-face meeting of Congressional District 8 candidates to be held in front of a live audience is tonight. The debate, sponsored by the Arizona Daily Star and the Tucson Jewish Community Center, will start at 7 p.m. at the center's ballroom, 3800 E. River Road.
David Zucker, top, paints an abstract with acrylics while Barbara Mead works with watercolors. Zucker has been painting for about a year. Mead has been studying with instructor Murray Keshner for several years.
David Zucker paints an abstract with acrylics. He is currently exploring color fields and shapes.
Brian Bill works on his painting of Tucson's Sombrero Peak.
Barbara Mead's brushes stand idle while she sketches a floral still-life during the Anyone Can Draw or Paint art class. The class allows for all styles and media.
Sharon Benveniste paints a drawing she made of horses from Colorado.
Paint samples and mixtures for Brian Bill's painting.
The Tucson Jewish Community Center's Israel 64 Festival and Art Fair features lots of booths displaying art and more. The event was held Sunday and also featured rock-wall climbing, a train ride for kids, face painting, a Jerusalem exhibit and a Tel Aviv-style pool party.
A piece of art by Klara Swimmer. She said the piece is about the Holocaust.
Roey Curiel and his family make pita bread at the event at the Tucson Jewish Community Center, 3800 E. River Road. For more information about the JCC, including upcoming summer camps for kids, go to www.tucsonjcc.org online.