BALTIMORA (WJZ) – The Jewish Community Center’s annual lockdown party is finally back after a two-year hiatus.
The party will return to Baltimore County on May 22 to celebrate its seventh anniversary and WJZ is a proud sponsor of the wonderful community event.
“We look forward to welcoming you here to our beautiful campus,” said Sara Shalva, Chief Arts Officer of the Jewish Community Center.
The family-friendly festival will be open to everyone in the community to celebrate at the Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC headquarters.
“The real goal is to bring communities together and build communities through these diverse activities and really highlight the JCC as a gathering platform,” said Shalva.
The neighborhood party should start at 10am and continue until 3pm
Event goers want to enjoy live entertainment, music, food and games.
“This year is a neighborhood party of the hyper-local community,” Shalva said.
The fun and games are free.
“We’re really focusing on local artists and community collaborations with Jemicy School, for example, or Baltimore County Youth Ballet, which is a recreational program. . . Or we also have the children’s theater production company here at JCC performing three songs from the musical Frozen, ”said Shalva.
Event planners say people from all walks of life are welcome to join the party. People from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to jump in and learn more about the Jewish Community Center.
“We have amazing plans and we just want people to know about the JCC,” Shalva said.