At the JCC

The Stamford Jewish Community Center is our “Jewish neighborhood,” serving as a social, cultural, educational and recreational center for families, young children, youth, teens, adults and seniors. We welcome people of all faiths and backgrounds to take advantage of all the JCC has to offer, including:

• Full-service Julius B. Kuriansky Fitness Center
• Group fitness studio offering classes of all kinds
• Personal training
• Multisport training
• Private fitness classes
• Youth sports & fitness
• Fitness assessments
• Adult & youth leagues & teams
6-lane, 25-meter heated indoor pool
Aquatics classes for ages 6 months to adult
• Private and group swimming lessons
• Aquatics coaching and stroke analysis
Gymnasium with 6 glass basketball backboards and a suspended walking and jogging track
• Racquetball courts
• J•Gaming youth fitness exergaming studio
• KidZone indoor play area
• Outdoor tennis & multisport courts
• Locker rooms for men, women and families
• Men’s and women’s Executive Locker Rooms (XLR) with saunas, personal lockers, amenities,
  laundry and towel service, and free group fitness classes
• Outdoor walking path
• 18-hole mini-golf course
• Low ropes course
• Boundless playground
• The playgrounds at the JCC Sara Walker Nursery School
• Outdoor playing fields
• Educational and enrichment programs for all ages
Jewish Journeys programming for all ages
• Recreational, fitness and wellness programs for all ages

 



Use of the JCC

The JCC is private property, reserved for use by JCC members, their guests, or program participants by invitation only. The building and all outdoor areas are smoke-free. Pets are not allowed on the grounds. Please do not ride bicycles or tricycles on the grass or walking paths. Use of the playground and all recreational facilities is reserved for JCC members and their guests.

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