Kosher Senior Cafe
The Kosher Senior Cafe, part of JFSRI’s Kosher Nutrition program, offers kosher meals and socializing for older adults and those with physical disabilities. The Kosher Senior Cafe operates in two locations, in Cranston and Providence.
A Gathering Place for Food and Fun
In addition to a delicious hot meal, the program offers entertainment and a chance to socialize, bringing participants into a vibrant community. Meals are provided by Accounting for Taste, a local kosher catering company.
Reservations are required two days in advance for meals, and there is a suggested donation of $3 per meal. There is no charge for scheduled social activities. Transportation to and from each site may be available for local residents. (See the FAQs for details.)
For more information or to make a reservation, contact Neal Drobnis at 401-861-8800 x107 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Kosher Senior Café at Temple Sinai, 30 Hagen Avenue, Cranston, RI offers a hot kosher meal and an opportunity to socialize five days a week, Monday through Friday. A variety of programming is offered from 11:00 am to 12:00 daily, with a meal served at noon. Programs include lectures and films, music, bingo, dance therapy, blood pressure screening, and kibbitz groups led by JFSRI.
For links to the upcoming menus at the Kosher Senior Café at Temple Sinai, see below:
The Providence Kosher Senior Café has temporarily relocated to Temple Emanu-El, 99 Taft Avenue, Providence while the Dwares JCC undergoes extensive renovations. Please park and enter on the Morris Avenue side of the building for easy access to the social hall where meals are served Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at noon.
Lunch is served at noon, and an activity such as an educational program, exercise, or entertainment follows the meal.
For links to upcoming menus at the Kosher Senior Café at Temple Emanu-El, see below: