Cultural Arts

“Creating meaningful experiences in the cultural arts Jewish world”

For more information about cultural arts programs at the JCC, contact:
Tania Guerrero, Arts and Culture Coordinator
403-537-8596 or email

We invite you to consult our Jewish Calendar 101 to lean more about the Jewish Holidays. Click here for more information. 

Tu B’Shevat Celebration 
Tuesday, January 30 • 6:30 - 8:00pm

Share in community, the most ancient
and environmental holiday in the world!
Free admission – donations suggested. 

Souper Soul Shabbat

Friday, February 9
6:00 - 8:30pm

Welcome Shabbat in community and enjoy a hearty dinner!
Member/Student: $25 • Public: $35

Children (up to 11 years): Member $14 • Public $14 • 0-3 Free
Family (2 adults, 2 children): Member $60 • Public $70 

Opéra à la Purim

Sunday, February 25
4:00 - 5:30pm

Join Israeli soprano Nofar Yacobi for a special recital.
In collaboration with Calgary Opera
Member/Student: $10 • Public: $18 • Family (2 adults, 2 children): $30 

Yom Haisha* – international Women’s day 
Sunday, March 4
11:30am - 1:30pm

Celebrate empowerment and wellness.
 Enjoy a day of speakers, music, and a delicious catered luncheon!
Early bird - Member: $36 • Public: $42
After February 16 – Member/Public: $48 

Second night community Passover Seder

Saturday, march 31
6:00 - 9:00pm • carriage House inn
Led by Rabbi Mark Glickman

Early bird – Adult: $55 • Child 4-11: $26 • Child 0-3: Free
After March 16 – Adult: $62 • Child 4-11: $31 • Child 0-3: Free 

 

JCC Writers' Group
Calling all writers! Do you want to meet with a group of like-minded writers on a regular basis to support, encourage, and get word to paper? Email Tania Guerrero to express your area of interest (poetry, prose, etc.).

 

JCC Book Club
First Monday of the month, 1:00-2:30pm
Your place to explore a world of stories! Stimulating conversations, Jewish and non-Jewish authors.

 

Community Klezmer Band
Explore the world of Jewish music? Do you want to know the difference between a Bulgar, a Zok and a Terkisher? Want to learn to play some of the vast and deep klezmer repertoire? Come join clarinetist/conductor Frank Rackow to explore the exciting world of klezmer and related Jewish music. All instruments, ages and levels of experience are welcome. Concert and presentations will be scheduled around the city. Rehearsals: Mondays, 7:00-8:30pm. RSVP to email. 

 

Betzalel Arts
Jewish artists working together to support, encourage, and develop artistic professionalism and growth. Professional and emerging photographers are also welcome to join this group.
Professional Development • Solo and Group Shows  •  Art Sales
Click here for more information.