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 High Tea Goes Pink 

Learn how you can live a life of happiness and good health during this fun and inspirational day designed just for women.

• Information about the latest in women’s health services
• Interactive health screenings and assessments
• Genetic testing for BRCA gene risk
• Informative Panel of medical experts and guest speaker:
- Dr. Carol A. Adami, Medical Director of Bethesda’s Women’s Health Center
- Dr. Arthy Yoga, Breast Surgery specialist overseeing Bethesda Women’s Health Center breast care services
- Jessica Francois, ARNP
- Stacy Middleman, Author of Dear Cancer, Love Stacy
• Seated massages
• Vendors
• Refreshments and light lunch served

Sun., Jan 21 | 1:00-4:00pm 
Free & open to the community 

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Mind Matters: A Brain Health Series 

Join ComForcare and Mandel JCC for a five- week series including guest speakers and brain games:
•Week 1: Is it Alzheimer’s or Normal Aging and Memory Magic with Scott Greenberg
•Week 2: Joy in the Journey and Joyful Memories with Tino Negri
•Week 3: Caregiver Burnout and Bingo with Allison Negri
•Week 4: Social History and Trivia with Scott Greenberg
•Week 5: The Importance of Clinical Trials with Dr. David Watson

Wed., Jan. 31- Feb. 28 | 10:00-11:30am 
Free & Open to the community
Seating is limited. Registration is requested. Please call 561-630-1620 to reserve your seat.


J Cabaret Presents: 33 Years Band 

This South Florida-based indie-rock-duo focuses on tight, swirling harmonies, folk punk-like musical backing, ragged Neil Young influences and tenor vocals. Initially they drew comparisons to fellow South-based indie folk rockers Shovel & Rope. Part-time band bassist, Dr. Robert Watson is also well-known in the Palm Beach community as an exquisite speaker, award- winning author, and Professor of American Studies at Lynn University and Senior Fellow at the Florida Joint Center for Citizenship. He has appeared on Hardball with Chris Matthews, The Daily Show with John Stewart, C-Span’s Book TV, The Washington Journal and the Voice of America. Audience members will definitely enjoy seeing the musical side to this professional and political guru.

Thursday, February 11 | 7:00-9:00pm
$12 Member ● $18 Guest 

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Women of Inspiration | February 18 

Mehri Danielpour is an internationally known sculptor living in West Palm Beach. The many commissioned portrait busts she has created over the years include the Shah of Iran, Empress Farah, President Anwar Sadat of Egypt and baseball Hall of Famer, Henry “Hank’’ Aaron. More recently she was commissioned to make bronze busts for designer and clothing manufacturer Tommy Hilfiger’s wife and their son. Born in Iran, Mehri came to the United States as a young child when her Jewish family had to flee amid rumors of a Nazi invasion there. Her love for sculpture began years ago as a hobby, butturned into a full-fledged career after the death of her husband and the need to support her two young children. “I worked my tail off,’’ she said. Approaching her 80th birthday, Mehri is still at work in her home studio. Her Year of the Child bronze sculpture, stands seven feet high and is on display in West Palm Beach. She says, “When your work is your passion, it’s really not work at all.’’

Sunday, 10:00am-11:30pm 
$7 Per Member Lecture ● $10 Per Guest Lecture (Includes continental bagel breakfast included) 

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Women of Inspiration | March 11

Jeanette Jennings is the mother of four children. Her youngest child, Jazz Jennings – now 16 - was assigned male at birth, but was diagnosed with Gender Dysphoria at age 3 and transitioned to a girl at age 5. With so little information regarding transgender issues years ago, Jeanette and her husband Greg, agreed to share Jazz’s story with Barbara Walters on 20/20 when Jazz was 6. Since then Jeanette has been a fierce advocate for transgender youth and she and her family continue to share Jazz’s story through numerous TV appearances and with other media outlets. In 2011, she and her family were filmed for a documentary for Oprah’s OWN network titled I am Jazz: A Family in Transition. Besides helping to educate the public about transgender issues, her underlying message is the importance of unconditional love, tolerance and acceptance. Jeanette is the recipient of many honors for her advocacy work, including the Ackerman Institute’s Family award. For the past few seasons, Jeanette and her family have been the subjects of the award - winning television reality series titled I Am Jazz,’ aired on TLC.

Sunday, 10:00am-11:30pm 

$7 Per Member Lecture ● $10 Per Guest Lecture (Includes continental bagel breakfast included) 

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John Chase Sings Broadway

John Chase has appeared in many musicals both up north and in Florida, including Fantasticks, Man of La Mancha, Fiddler On The Roof and many more. In recent years , he has been entertaining for clubs and organizations throughout South Florida. He is known as “The Robert Goulet of Florida”. His song repertoire includes That’s Life, I Left My Heart In San Francisco, Mac The Knife, New York, New York and many more.

Thursday, March 15 | 7:00-9:00pm
$12 Member ● $18 Guest 

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Altered Roots

The acoustically-driven Americana band, Altered Roots will be bringing their unique style this spring. Their music blends a variety of genres including Folk, Pop, Rock, Blues and Originals. Having their own individual roots and backgrounds in various styles of music and life, they have infused their own altered roots style and arrangements into each song setting them apart from other typical cover bands.

Thursday, May 10 | 7:00-9:00pm
$12 Member ● $18 Guest 

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