The Senior Friendship Club meets every Thursday from 12:00 -3:00 pm at the Peninsula Jewish Community Center Boardroom. Come at 12:00 with your bag lunch for conversation and socialization. Dessert and refreshments are provided. Then at 1:00 pm we have an entertainment program until approximately 2:00 pm. At 2:00 pm we usually have a lively discussion group on current events or a conversation with one of our rabbis. The cost for the day is only $1.

We circulate a bi-monthly newsletter that lists the programs that we will have for the next two months and other interesting information. We hope that you will decide to join our group. Our dues are $15 a year for an individual and $28 for a couple.

We also supply door-to-door van service depending on location, furnished by PJCC. The cost is $6 for a round trip.

If you have questions, please contact the PJCC at 650-212-7522.

On the first Thursday of each month, members are invited to bring and display anything they have created under the premise of "Arts and Crafts." On our second month, on June 4, there were 17 submissions from seven members and only a small sample is shown below of the extraordinary talent that exists in this senior group.

November Programs

November 7  Enhanced Learning: Challah Making with Nicole Cruz

Music to Laugh and Love With: Scott Grinthal & Lauren Mayer are a refreshing variation on the standard husband and wife musical couple: He’s the crooner, and she’s the singing accompanist who provides comic relief. They combine decades of musical experience to provide entertaining programs of standards, show tunes, comedy, and pop.

2:00 Rap with the Rabbi 

November 14 Enhanced Learning: Showtime! led by Zara Jaffe

Too Marvelous For Words: The Magic of Johnny Mercer: Today, Steve Gill & Troupe will take us on a walk down memory lane, relive the days of wine and roses, and revel in the hit songs by one of America's greatest poets, a spinner of dreams, the Bard from Savannah, our huckleberry friend, Johnny Mercer. Hum along with such standards as "One for My Baby," "Come Rain or Come Shine," "Skylark," That Old Black Magic," "Moon River," and “One For My Baby. 

2:00 Current Events with David Nigel  

November 21 - No meeting

November 28 Enhanced Learning: Discussion about Hanukkah with Rabbi Lavey Derby

The Peninsula Choraliers is a women's choir, who performs oldies from the 20's to the present, Broadway, jazz standards and folk songs. This magnificent group also leads a sing-a-long at the end for everyone to participate!

2:00 Current Events with David Nigel