JCC of Southern Nevada Celebrates One-Year Anniversary at its Home in Summerlin with a “Taste of the JCC”
Acrobatic Magician and America’s Got Talent Finalist Seth Grabel to Perform
Jewish Community Center of Southern Nevada will celebrate its one-year anniversary at its home in Summerlin on Sunday, Sept. 25 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The event is open to the public, and JCC of Southern Nevada will highlight all of its programs and activities by giving guests a “Taste of the JCC.” Free activities for all ages, complimentary cake and live entertainment by America’s Got Talent finalist and Acrobatic Magician Seth Grabel are just some of the highlights of the one-year anniversary festivities. JCC of Southern Nevada is located at 9001 Hillpointe Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89134.
In addition to Acrobatic Magician and America’s Got Talent finalist Seth Grabel, the cast of Viva Oy Vegas, teen rock group Gunshow and more will provide entertainment throughout the event. A variety of activities for both adults and children will also be available including an inflatable obstacle course, We Go Gamez van, Bricks 4 Kidz, Pottery Painting, PJ Library Story Time, face painting, a preview of the 2011 JCCSN Book Festival, information on the fall Jewish University class schedule, health screenings by Touro University, vendors selling artwork/jewelry and more.
“Celebrating our one-year anniversary in Summerlin is a major milestone for us,” said Neil Popish, executive director of JCC of Southern Nevada. “We are grateful to have a permanent home in Summerlin on the Temple Sinai Campus and look forward to celebrating this festive occasion with the public.”
For more information, call the JCC at (702) 794-0090 or check out their website at jccsn.org .
About JCC of Southern Nevada
The Jewish Community Center of Southern Nevada is a 501(c)(3) and is dedicated to providing Jewish culture and identity to all ages and backgrounds with quality events and programs. The JCCSN is a proud collaborative partner and beneficiary agency of the Jewish Federation of Las Vegas. The JCC facility was made possible by a generous grant from the Jewish Federation of Las Vegas for the capital improvements and renovation of the building as well as a significant grant providing financial resources to help the JCC with start up costs associated with the new location.
For more information on JCCSN, please visit jccsn.org or call 794-0090.