Vendors, Services, Exhibits
In addition to all of our activities and programs, we’re proud to serve as the home for the following vendors, services and exhibits:
Located in the trees adjacent to the JCC you will find an amazing "aerial forest park." This is THE Michigan Adventure Park to experience "adventure in the trees" on your own or with friends, family and parties.
Welcome to BBYO-Michigan Region! Here you’ll find all the information you need to get involved in BBYO here in Michigan and across the country. You can find out about upcoming events, chapters, BBYO Connect (middle school program) and much more!
Coby’s Judaica is committed to bringing you the best in fine Judaica products made by Israeli designers from across the globe. The store features Judaica products, many of them exclusively imported or manufactured for Coby’s Judaica, and it carries a wide variety of jewelry, original art and a new line of special skin care products from the Dead Sea.
David B. Hermelin ORT Resource Center (a division of JVS)
Upgrade your computer skills for the workplace, brush up on digital literacy such as iPhone/iPad basics or choose from over 350 online courses for personal and professional enrichment. Individual tutoring and classroom learning also available. Call (248) 432-5411 or visit www.hermelinort.org for details.
Come clean and be green! The JCC has an electronic recycling program and is pleased to offer this service to the community year-round.
The Frankel Jewish Academy is a high school that functions as both an academic and religious institution. It is built upon a dual curriculum of the highest-level college preparatory general studies and classical text-based Jewish studies while operating within a framework of Jewish law.
One of only two professional equity theatres in Oakland County, JET produces on its main stage both award-winning plays and plays making their world premiere or their pre-Broadway
The Jewish Gay Network of Michigan (JGN) works to increase the sensitivity of the Jewish and secular communities to the dignity of everyone, regardless of sexual orientation.
The Jewish Historical Society of Michigan (JHSM) was founded in 1959 to preserve and commemorate our past for future generations. The only volunteer organization dedicated exclusively to this purpose, the Society has amassed a storehouse of information about the events, traditions and lives of Jewish people throughout the state.
This impressive exhibit, from the collection of Dr. Robert Matthews, features memorabilia from leading sports stars, past and present.
The Michigan Jewish Sports Hall of Fame is part of the Michigan Jewish Sports Foundation (MJSF) and is housed just outside the Fitness Center of the JCC. The next time you are there, pause for a moment to notice the growing number of plaques honoring the inductees.