There are a variety of exciting programs and classes for children and families to participate in throughout the year. We have camps during summer, winter, and spring breaks and schools out days when school is not in session. In addition, we have family fun activities, Saturday night programs, classes and more!
Camps at JCC
The JCC offers a wide variety of camps during summer, winter, and spring breaks. All camp programs include exciting arts and crafts and sports activities while providing a supportive environment for children to grow and have new experiences. All children will an unforgettable experience! Learn more about JCC Summer Camp, Spring Camp or Winter Camp.
School’s Out Days
When Jefferson County Public Schools are off of school, send your children to the JCC for fun programming. Every day includes arts and crafts, swimming, sports and more! Click here to learn more.
A free member-only program. Children ages 2-12 will play ball and bounce on the inflatables. Children ages 5-12 will also participate in crafts, games, and sports. Click here for more information.
• Children under 5 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
• Children 5-12 years old can be signed in while parents remain in the building
Family Fun Programming
Enjoy exciting activities with the family. Activities range from Jewish informal educational programming to mother-son and father-daughter recreational activities. There is even a Family Fit Class where parents and children exercise together. Click here to learn more.
Children work with theatre professionals in all three disciplines, including singing, acting, and dancing. They will learn clever, original songs and a catchy rhyming dialog culminating in a musical theatre production with your child playing a starring role! Click here to learn more.
The JCC provides a personal party host to lead activities, set up and clean up. Paper goods and balloons are included. Splish Splash, Gym Jam, Dance & Movement, and Crazy Craft themed parties are available. Each party is customized for your child. Click here to learn more.