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JCC New Year's celebration for seniors Dec. 29

Photo of champagne in glasses along with the message Happy New Year 2018.

You don’t have to wait until Dec. 31 to celebrate the New Year with food, music and more. The Pomeranz Jewish Community Center of Syracuse will hold a “Noon” Year’s Eve Party for seniors on Friday, Dec. 29 from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the center on 5655 Thompson Rd., DeWitt. The event, part of the JCC’s Senior Dining Program, will begin with a kosher lunch and include live entertainment.

This special holiday luncheon, open to seniors age 60 and older, is being offered for a suggested contribution of $5 per person. Because this luncheon is very popular, please register early as space is usually very limited. Registration for lunch is required by Dec. 27 at noon by calling 315-445-2360 or stopping by the JCC's main entrance reception desk.

The JCC’s “Noon” Year’s Eve Party will feature a New Year’s countdown with sparkling juice toast and singing of Auld Lang Syne. Guests are welcome to don their party clothes and dress appropriately for the occasion. The room will be decked out with New Year’s sparkle and bling. Party hats and noisemakers will be provided.

 “We’re very excited to be holding our early New Year’s celebration for seniors again this year,” said Cindy Stein, JCC director of adult and senior programming. “It’s a beautiful thing to see everyone come together for a great meal and then enjoy some New Year’s fun.”

The JCC of Syracuse’s Bobbi Epstein Lewis Senior Adult Dining Program offers seniors, age 60 and over, a nutritious and well-balanced kosher lunch, weekdays at noon, for a $4 suggested contribution. It’s the only senior nutrition program available outside of New York City serving kosher meals five days a week. The program is funded in part by the Onondaga County Department of Aging and Youth and the New York State Office for the Aging and Administration for Community Living. For more information, and to make a lunch reservation, call 315-445-2360.