You're Invited to the Opening Reception of the NJFFB Art Show on Sunday, November 8, 11 AM - 1 PM
The JCC MetroWest is presenting a free exhibition of the artwork of NJFFB program participants. The show will run from November 8 to December 18. Paintings and pottery created by 15 artists in the Better Health and Wellness Program will be displayed. The art show will be held in the Arts and Theater Lobby of the Ross Family Campus located in the Leon & Toby Cooperman JCC, 760 Northfield Avenue, West Orange, NJ.
The public is invited to attend the free opening reception and enjoy light refreshments.
The painting shown is entitled, Trees, and was created by Suzanne S., a program participant.
For more information, contact NJFFB at 973-627-0055.
Essential Low Vision One Day Program
In just a few hours, adults who are blind or vision impaired will acquire numerous techniques that will increase home safety, improve functioning in daily tasks, and provide understanding of assistive technologies. A friend or family member is encouraged to participate at no extra cost.
Better Health and Wellness Program
This weekly program combines therapeutic and healing arts classes to improve physical and emotional well-being as well as provide a full day of social interaction. Popular classes include yoga; low-impact aerobics; group drumming; horticulture; healthy options; as well as art and pottery.
This class teaches participants with iPads/iPhones how to use the accessibility features, practical functions and specialized apps to stay organized, informed and connected. Training is available at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels.
Independent Living Skills
A Simple Solution is a six-week independent living skills program that provides the foundational skills needed to regain and maintain an independent life style especially among those with recent or worsening vision loss
Please contact us for more information on our variety of programs held in Denville, Montclair, Ridgewood and Sparta.