"Aging Schmaging"

Join the JCC of MIddlesex County & National Council of Jewish Women for a Cabaret show starring entertainer Naomi Miller and a light brunch.  Naomi celebrates legendary, ageless  performers like Bette, Barbra, Billy, Chita and many more.

Sunday, March 22nd  11am-2pm       Registration is required                        Early Bird Price until March 10th  $18 per person                                            Regular Price March 11th - March 17th  $25 per person                                For more info, contact Paula Rann @ 732-494-3232 or Elaine Kaufman at rekaufman71@gmail.com

 

Contact Information
  1. Paula Rann
  2. 732-494-3232 Ext. 3609
  3. prann@jccmc.org
Sun, March 22
11:00 am — 2:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 03/22/2020 11:00am 03/22/2020 2:00pm America/New_York "Aging Schmaging"

Join the JCC of MIddlesex County & National Council of Jewish Women for a Cabaret show starring entertainer Naomi Miller and a light brunch. Naomi celebrates legendary, ageless performers like Bette, Barbra, Billy, Chita and many more.

Sunday, March 22nd 11am-2pm Registration is required Early Bird Price until March 10th $18 per person ...

1775 Oak Tree Road Edison, NJ 08820

JCC of Middlesex County

1775 Oak Tree Road
Edison, NJ 08820

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