Educational, Cultural and Social Programming for Everyone


+1.8603558050

PO Box 282
9 Route 39 Sherman CT 06784
info@jccinsherman.org

LIVE MUSIC,  Theater AND SPECIAL EVENTS

Sunday, November 10th at 1:00PM

Join John Cilio on Sunday, November 10th at 1:00PM and learn about one of the most pivotal events of the 20th century – the Normandy Invasion of WWII. Its complexity, its ingenuity, and its decisive effect on the war in Europe make it unique. Seventy-five years ago, as an early June dawn broke over the greatest sea-borne invasion ever launched, the D-Day of D-Days unfolded. The invasion began on June 5th with nighttime paratroopers converging on the French countryside. They were followed by squadrons of gliders, nearly 7,000 ships and 160,000 Allied ground troops supported by nearly 300,000 naval personal. It was a vast international military operation that succeeded against the odds and one which called for human endeavor on a heroic scale.

Tickets: $10  We do ask that you please RSVP to this event by email of phone 860-355-8050 or info@jccinsherman.org by Friday, November 8th.

Please be reminded that pre-registration for all programs is highly recommended to assist us in planning and staffing the program (before the deadline date is okay too!)

Talks & Discussions

Join us for our exciting Open Mic at the JCC! Whether you listen, play, sing, or do it all, be a part of this diverse musical event! Jazz, Classical, Pop, Songwriters, Poetry, dance, storytelling, all are welcome.


Every Thursday Night
Sign in begins at 6PM 

all will be accommodated on a first come first serve basis.
Performances start at 7PM
$5 Musicians
$10 Members & Non-Members
$0.50 will be applied for credit cards/online

Kids under 16 are free if accompanied with an Adult


Food will be available to be ordered from American Pie and Painted Lemon

Sunday, October 13th at 1:00PM

Celebrating 300 Years of Connecticut's Remarkable Women - A panoramic view exploring the stories of our 121 Inductees from all fields of endeavor from politics and sports to business, the arts, and STEM. Learn about Connecticut’s role in shaping our state, our nation, and our world through the stories of well-known women like Ella Grasso, Marian Anderson, and Prudence Crandall—and meet some of the state’s lesser-known heroines like Maria Sanchez, Barbara McClintock, and Hannah Watson

This event is free. We do ask that you please RSVP to this event by email of phone 860-355-8050 or info@jccinsherman.org by Friday, October 11th.