NewsArts & Culture / March 31, 2020

Jewish Community Center Adjusts To COVID-19 Restrictions With Virtual Experiences

Jewish Community Center Adjusts To COVID-19 Restrictions With Virtual ExperiencesThe JCC has closed its physical building and moved its schedule to a virtual platform. The virtual experiences are free and available at the JCCIndyArts Facebook page.Jewish Community Center, coronavirus, COVID-19, virtual experiences2020-03-31T00:00:00-04:00
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Jewish Community Center Adjusts To COVID-19 Restrictions With Virtual Experiences

JCC Cultural Arts Coordinator Kelsey Eberle.

Courtesy Jewish Community Center

The Jewish Community Center, or JCC, provides families and individuals of all denominations with a variety of services -- from child care, to fitness classes, to arts and cultural events.

It has now closed its physical building and moved its schedule to a virtual platform. The virtual JCC experiences are free and available at the JCCIndyArts Facebook page.

From our Arts and Culture Desk, WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke with Cultural Arts Coordinator Kelsey Eberle about how the nonprofit is adjusting. Practicing social distancing, Ditmire reached Eberle by phone.

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