Stay engaged in our community! These virtual classes, gatherings, and conversations will keep you learning, growing, and thriving.

Programs listed in blue are one-time programs.
Programs listed in purple are ongoing programs.

Times listed are Pacific Time.

October 12 | 10:00-11:00am

In this virtual lecture connected to the exhibit, Szancer, Imagine That! you’ll learn about the influence of the Polish Jews on Polish culture and art in the second half of the 20th century. The lecture will be led by a professional from the Galicia Jewish Museum in Krakow, Poland.


Tuesday, October 19 | 10:00-11:30am

A special event to celebrate and commemorate Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life project: making the world a better place for the under-represented. Former president of the Israeli Supreme Court, Dorit Beinisch and Alison Brunner, CEO of the Law Foundation of Silicon Valley, will join us in a personal conversation on RBG. The conversation will be led by Dr. Anat Balint, Coordinator of the Jewish Studies program at San Jose State University.

Free and open to the public.


For more info, contact

The APJCC offers a wide variety of Jewish life and learning programs. For details, please see the Jewish Adult Education page.

The JCC offers a wide variety of programs for ages 55+. For details, please see the Healthy Aging page.

Learn to paint in watercolor from instructor John Giannotti, former president of the Los Gatos Art Association and accomplished painter. Class size is a minimum of 8 and limited to 12 students. The class will be online using Zoom.

*Class fee does not include materials. A list of materials that could be purchased online will be sent to the participants.


For more information, contact Maya Tripp at

Monday July 26 – December 20 (No classes in September) 5:00-6:30pm $360

All APJCC programming for older adults is made possible, in part,  by a  generous grant from The Myra Reinhard Family Foundation. Continued Learning programs for older adults are made possible, in part, by the Corporate Alliance sponsorship of  Los Gatos Memorial Park & Darling-Fischer. All Cultural Arts programs at the APJCC are made possible, in part, by generous contributions from Doris & Rick z”l Davis, and an Anonymous Donor.