FC Clubs

Through age 17

 

  • Sunday Circle
    Sunday Circle includes MUSIC, GYM and a TORAH TIME craft–plus occasional surprise activity!
  • Bowling League
    A favorite for all our friends. Join us for a club that encourages camaraderie and fun! We have one in the city and one in the South Hills too!
  • Gymnastics Club
    Strengthen your bodies while building friendships in our specially instructed classes!
  • Sports League
    At Sports League, we learn the skills of team playing and sportsmanship on the field while practicing and playing basketball, baseball, soccer and more! This takes place in Squirrel Hill and we also have a South Hills league.
  • Cooking Club
    With a new menu each session and ingredients list in hand, we cook up three recipes all together! Learn skill and technique, all in a professional kitchen. Cooking Club takes place at The Friendship Circle for Sq Hill friends and at Chabad of the South Hills for the South Hills crew.
  • Boys Yoga
    This club promotes a healthy body and a healthy mind in the company of friends!
  • Girls Dance Club
    Led by our own in-house dancers, this club is a guaranteed good time for beginners and professionals alike!
  • Creative Arts Club
    This Friendship Circle favorite will allow you to access your inner artist as you create your own masterpieces and collaborate with our other FC artists!

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