Senior Excursion; Daily Grill and Real Women Have Curves | Osher Marin Jewish Community Center

Senior Excursion; Daily Grill and Real Women Have Curves

Sun, March 22, 2020 10:30 am - 6:15 pm

In a tiny factory in East L.A., five full-figured Latina employees work to deliver an impossible order. As the threat of deportation and cultural pressures mount, the women must navigate issues of self-image while uniting to achieve their goals.

Fees do not cover the cost of programs!

Senior Excursions are made possible, 
in part, by generous grants from

The Namm Family


Michele Spitz / Woman of Her Word


The Senior Mobility Initiative of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund



Donors to the Osher Marin JCC’s Annual Fund in support of Adult & Senior Programs 

To make a gift in support of our senior excursions, please click here and designate your gift to "Older & Frail Adult Support"

Our excursion Includes Transportation on our Senior Excursion Coach and a Group Lunch!

 The Play

Join us for this San Francisco Playhouse production! 

In a tiny factory in East L.A., five full-figured Latina employees work to deliver an impossible order. As the threat of deportation and cultural pressures mount, the women must navigate issues of self-image while uniting to achieve their goals. Real Women Have Curves is a microcosm of the Latina immigrant experience that celebrates real women’s bodies, the power of women, and the incredible bond that happens when women work together.

 About the Playwright

Josefina López is best known for authoring the play and co-authoring the film Real Women Have Curves. Although Real Women Have Curves is López’ most recognized work, it is only one of many literary and artistic works she has created since her artistic career began at 17 years old. Born in San Luis Potosí, Mexico, in 1969, López was 5 years old when she and her family immigrated to the United States and settled in the East Los Angeles neighborhood of Boyle Heights. She was undocumented for 13 years before receiving amnesty in 1987, and she eventually became a U.S. citizen in 1995. López has been an activist and has been doing public speaking for more than 20 years and has lectured on various topics including Chicano theatre, women’s history issues and minority representation in cinema at more than 200 universities including Yale, Dartmouth and USC.

$85 Includes show ticket, lunch, round-trip transfers, tolls, parking, taxes & tips

To register, please call the JCC Front Desk at 415 444-8000

Registrations are non-refundable.


TIMING:

Bus Departs:

10:30am San Rafael,
10:45am Greenbrae,
11:00am Mill Valley

 
Bus Return:

5:45pm Mill Valley,
6:00pm Greenbrae,
6:15pm San Rafael

*Note: Return times are approximate.


Pick-Up/Drop-Off Locations 

San Rafael: Park & Ride lot – Hwy 101 at Smith Ranch Road. For a map to this location click here.

Greenbrae: Park & Ride lot – Sir Francis Drake Blvd at Drakes Landing Office Park. For a map to this location click here.

Mill Valley: Park & Ride Manzanita lot – Hwy 101 at Shoreline Hwy 1. For a map to this location click here.