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Fall Festival 2022

Sunday, October 16 | 11am-2pm

Fall Festival at the Kaiserman JCC

Sunday, October 16 from 11am-2pm (Rain Date: October 23)
FREE Event

Click here to pre-register!

Join us for…

Celebrating the Jewish Holiday of Sukkot • Food Trucks • Kosher Food Options from Nana’s Kitchen • Face painting • Moon Bounces • Train Rides • Crafts • Snacks (S’mores & More) • Games • Photo booth • Speakers • Freebies & More!

Mitzvah Opportunities at Fall Fest:

  • We are collecting children’s books for PASS4Kids
  • We are hosting an e-waste recycling drive with PAR Recycle Works
    Acceptable items include printers, mice, keyboards, monitors (LCD) / flat screens**, phones, laptops, speakers, motherboards, hard drives, power supply wire (chargers, connectors, etc.), AV equipment, computer batteries, gaming consoles and controllers.
    ** Most items are recycled for free, but some require a fee:
    Please bring cash or check made out to “PAR Recycle Works” for these items

    • Old-style TV’s and CRT monitors: $35-75 (depending on size)
    • Air conditioners, dehumidifiers, and air purifiers: $20
    • Flat Screens: TV’s: $20 | Monitors: $5
    • Microwaves: $10


50 Years of your Philly J

We invite the community to join us in celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Kaiserman JCC! Amidst this milestone, the Kaiserman JCC Board and leadership have commissioned a bold, strategic vision for the future. Working with experts in the field, and soliciting feedback from over 100 stakeholders, this strategic plan envisions a thriving JCC for another 50 years.

A History of Impact

Over 5,000 children have graduated from the award-winning Robert J. Wilf Preschool and Kindergarten, positioning them to thrive in Elementary School and beyond
Over 10,000 children
have participated in our award-winning Camp Kef, providing critical childcare, and enrichment experiences for generation after generation during the summer
Over 7,500 children
have experienced safe, enriching after school programming in our Kids Time program, learning new skills, fostering talents, and building community during out of school time
Over 1,000 young people with developmental disabilities
have blossomed participating in the Mildred Lasch Special Needs Inclusion Program
Over 20,000 older adults
have participated in community-fostering health and wellness experiences across our fitness, aquatics, and group exercise offerings
Over 15,000 teens
have found a place for themselves at the JCC, across programs that include the JCC Maccabi Games, the Diller Teen Fellows, and countless other youth activities, educational, and sporting endeavors