Educational, Cultural and Social Programming for Everyone


+1.8603558050

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

Part of the ticket sales from this event will go to

The Sherman Community Relief!

The Sherman Community Relief fund is administered by the Sherman Church Missions Committee and the pastor who work closely with the Town of Sherman Social Service Department to identify critical needs. Monies are forwarded directly to services/vendors to help with heating, mortgage and other dire family needs

LIVE MUSIC,  Theater AND SPECIAL EVENTS

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!)

Broken Reed Saxophone Quartet

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

Mozart Swings and Those Who Were
Saturday, January 4th at 7:00PM
Tickets: $20 Members | $25 Non-Members
Snow Date: Saturday, March 28th at 7:00PM




Charley Gerard is a saxophonist, author and composer. He is a 2019 recipient of the prestigious New Jazz Works grant from Chamber Music America with the generous support of the Doris Duke Foundation. He started The Broken Reed Saxophone Quartet in 2002. The current group is composed of Charley on alto sax, Jenny Hill on soprano sax, Justin Flynn on tenor sax, and Dimitri Moderbacher on baritone sax. Together, they transport their audience everywhere, from Mozart to New Orleans to Cuba, to the pages of poetry and popular culture. As its name implies, the group is as linked by its sense of humor as it is by its unique sound.

Photo by Mike Moses