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Chair Yoga

The NORC Chair Yoga class is ongoing and focuses on flexibility, balance, stress relief, and camaraderie. Led by The J’s instructor Nancy LeClaire. RSVP to 442-3255.

Current Topics

All are welcome to a lively discussion of current events. RSVP to 442-3255.

Knit Group

NORC Knit Group is collaborating with Covenant Place to meet for a weekly knit group. Enjoy socializing, knitting, crocheting, crafting, and receiving instruction from volunteer knit expert, Jerri Livingston.

Shabbat Shalom STL

This series offers young adults an exciting opportunity to experience meaningful Shabbat services, share a delicious meal, and engage in a stimulating group discussion led by the Rabbis.

Exonerated: Justice, Justice Shall You Pursue

Imagine spending decades in prison for a crime yo did not commit. The Midwest Innocence Project sees to set free those who, through wrongful conviction, end up as victims of our criminal justice system. This is a rare opportunity to learn about the program and hear compelling stories from exonerees about their fight for freedom.

Walk and Talk with Joan Hirst

Meet at Bierne Park (1063 Country View Dr.) and enjoy good conversation and physical exercise with a “walk in the park” with NORC’s Joan Hirst. Wear walking shoes and comfortable clothing for weather and movement.

Storytelling Festival

Enjoy professional story tellers sharing tradition, culture, values, and more in this evolving, dynamic art form. Tales that will inspire, entertain, and stir emotion. This event is offered through St. Louis Story Telling Festival 40th Anniversary.

The Soap Myth: A Reading of the Critically Acclaimed Play with Ed Asner

More than a half century after WWII at the desperate urging of a passionate survivor, a young investigative reporter finds herself caught between numerous versions of the same story. Played out against the backdrop of deadline reporting and journalistic integrity, the critically acclaimed The Soap Myth by Jeff Cohen questions who has the right to write history—those people who have lived it and remember, those who study and protect it, or those who would seek to distort its very existence? And finally what is our responsibility once we know the truth?

Scholar-in-Residence Rabbi Hillel Van Leeuwen

Nusach Hari B’nai Zion Israeli Committee presents a Scholar-in-Residence Weekend with Rabbi Hillel Van Leeuwen, Educational Director, Mizrachi World Movement.