Mah Jongg Anyone?
Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Mah Jongg classes are now available online through the School of American Mah Jongg. Learn the basics and how to play skillfully online in a relaxed, no pressure atmosphere. You don’t even have to leave your home. Master the game in small virtual classrooms of no more than 4 students. Improve your skills by signing up for a more advanced class or even learn some new strategies. Required: Chrome, Firefox or Safari browser; a desktop computer, laptop with an external mouse, tablet or iPad; a 2020 Mah Jongg card (cards can be ordered at
Classes consist of four, two-hour sessions for a total of 8 hours. Classes are ongoing.
Myerberg Members receive a special rate of $120.00 ($20 savings).
Contact Debbie Barnett at 561-809-9109 to learn more!

Building Blocks of Art with Mary Mayhew
This art class is for new students to learn the basics of drawing, painting, color theory and more.
Join Mary on Monday afternoons and learn some incredible techniques from this experienced artist.
See supply list for first 4-week session This is a Limited Enrollment Program, open to the first 25 Gold Subscribers who call 410-358-6856 to register.
10/26 – 11/16
11/23 – 12/14
2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Dynamic Acrylic Painting with Brett Greiman
Brett will be teaching different subject matter every 3 weeks. He is a master with acrylics and you’ll learn how to paint with different techniques.  Brett has taught at the Myerberg for 2 semesters in the past. Please see the supply list: This class has limited enrollment and will be limited to the first 25 Gold Subscribers who call to register for each 3-week session. Call 410-358-6856 to register starting August 3 (You should have a GOLD subscription for this class)
10/26, 11/2, 11/9 – Still Life
11/16, 11/23, 11/30 – Flowers
12/7, 12/14, 12/21 – Abstract
Mondays 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Book Reviews with Autumn Sadovnik
Avid book reader and school teacher, Autumn Sadovnik discusses a variety of book topics. Join this lively discussion and learn about some books you would enjoy reading.
Thursday, November 5 Political Fiction
1:00 p.m. to 1:45 p.m.

OSHER with JHU lecture series
We are excited to partner with OSHER from Johns Hopkins for a Fall guest pass. For $125, you can take 2 6-week classes or 1 12-week class. See all the details of the classes here ->

Broadway Fridays with Ellen Katz: She’s Back!
You’ll enjoy these 90-minute workshops on the hit Broadway musicals. Learn the backstory and information about the characters during her engaging presentation. Start your weekends off right with some incredible entertainment.
Fridays, starting September 25
10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
9/25 – La Cage Aux Folles
10/2 – Chicago
10/9 – Guys & Dolls
10/16 – South Pacific
10/23 – King & I
10/30 – Sound of Music
11/6 – My Fair Lady

Wonders of Watercolor for Beginners with Ida Greenberg
Join us for a 6-week session where you will learn all about watercolor materials, techniques, working with basic color theory, transparency, mark making, and wash techniques. Practicing with textures, lighting, and color mixing, while painting a variety of compositions.
Supply list:
Tuesdays, September 29 through November 10 (Class cancelled on October 6)
10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
For Gold Subscribers, limited to first 20 people to register, call 410-358-6856, or email

Basics of Pastels with Ida Greenberg
Join us for a 6-week session where you will learn basic techniques of mark making, and overview of the art elements, learning the medium through object studies, and an introduction to still life. We will create landscapes, nature, and architectural drawings. We will also work on portraits, photorealism and abstraction.
Supply list:
Wednesdays, September 30 through November 4
1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
For Gold Subscribers, limited to first 20 people to register, call 410-358-6856, or email

Pinterest Projects with Tracey Robbins
Every 2 weeks Tracey will walk you through a different craft project. Join this art teacher for a fun a lively class. Tracey has previously taught glass mosaics and beading at the Myerberg. She is a skilled artist who has enthusiasm for everything she does. Projects you make will make for terrific presents although you might want to keep them for yourself!
This class has limited enrollment for GOLD subscribers. Please call 410-358-6856 to register.
Supply list:
Fridays, starting October 2
1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. (NEW TIME)

Memoir Writing with Barbara Bass
Memoir writing is an important activity for any adult. It’s the act of reconstructing part of your life in words and inviting a reader to understand your perspective. This workshop will help participants retrieve their memories as they write about their lives, recording them for posterity, while at the same time preserving family history. During each session, participants will be encouraged to write, while guided by a skilled writer/teacher. Participants will be provided with writing prompts that will help to spark memories. Over the course of the session, participants will form a community of writers, sharing their stories with the other writers in the class. Barbara Bass is a Ph.D., Professor of English Emerita from Towson University. This is an 8-week session with Limited Enrollment for Gold Subscribers.
Call 410-358-6856 to register.
Fridays, October 2 through November 20
11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

The Nuremberg Trials with Thomas DiMaggio
Join us for this special 3-week series on legal issues with the Nuremberg Trials.  An overview of the various trials, the motives behind the holding of the trials, and the specific indictments handed down by each court. The controversy over the “victors’ justice” argument. We will examine the individual proceedings (with particular emphasis on the trial of Hermann Goering), with several brief YouTube clips from “Judgment at Nuremberg” to illustrate the relevant points. Lastly, there will be an overview of the larger phenomenon of “denazification”, and the role that the legacy of the Nuremberg trials has played in international law since Included with your GOLD subscription, please call 410-358-6856 to register or email jennifer@myerberg.
Tuesdays, October 13 through October 27
10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Managing your Bills and Finances Online with Senior Tech
Join our IT guru-guides from the comfort of your home on Zoom as we learn how to pay bills, maintain our personal & private information, and manage our finances online.  These two sessions will help clarify how to keep your private information as safe & secure as possible as you use the internet, while still giving you the freedom to pay bills, transfer money and keep tabs on your spending. This session is open to Gold & Silver Subscriptions – Call to register at 410-358-6856.
Mondays October 26 & November 2
10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Burt Bacharach & Hal David with Harry Karp
The pair has composed so many delightful songs which unlock our sweet memories. It’s time again to visit more of the music, stories and philosophy of these two giants. Our first class took us all back to our youth, yet we continue to savor the lyrics and melodies forever. Let’s do it again with more songs and the artists who made them work. Of course, some musicology will sneak in as well. At the Myerberg, we cater to the sophisticated of taste. That’s you. Burt and Hal wouldn’t have it any other way. 
Tuesdays, October 27 through November 17
1:00 p.m. to 2:15 p.m.

Digging Ancient Greece with Bob Baer
Through illustrated lectures, explore the archeology, artifacts, archeologists and their work related to important ancient sites. Receive an overview of Greek history, especially the Greek Bronze Age and Classical and Hellenistic periods. Determine the significance of these discoveries to the development of western civilization.​ Dr. Robert Bear was a college administrator with over thirty years in higher education. He has bachelors and master’s degrees in history, and doctorate in higher education. He was a history instructor at Community College of Baltimore County, York College-CUNY and Norwalk Community College. Included with your GOLD subscription, please call 410-358-6856 to register or email jennifer@myerberg.
Thursdays, October 29 through November 19
1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Isn’t it Romantic – Chopin, Schumann, Berlioz, Wagner & Verdi with Jonathan Palevsky
The late 18th century established a fabulous set of rules and procedures for European music that every- one seemed happy with. It didn’t matter where you lived, what language you spoke, or what religion you believed in, composers wrote in the cosmopolitan Austro/German style. It was a time when music respected the proper manners and good taste of the aristocracy and the rising middle class. It was a grand old time until…the French Revolution, the Napoleonic Wars, and the rise of that pesky middle class who were now demanding much more than they were entitled to! All of this social unrest was the beginning of what we now call Romanticism. Composers didn’t want to write about forms and structures, they wanted to express their own personal feelings. Come and explore the lives and music of composers like Schubert, Chopin, Schumann, Liszt, Berlioz, and Mendelssohn. In addition to exploring the music of this traumatized time we will also take a cursory look at its art and literature. Not for the timid!
Mondays, November 2 through November 30 (no class November 16)
9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Veterans Day Bagel Boys
Commemorate Veterans day with a special speaker and your favorite Bagel Boys.
Open to the community.
Free registration here:
Tuesday, November 10
10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

A Study In Scarlett: A Look At Margaret Mitchell’s American Classic “Gone With The Wind” with Thomas DiMaggio
Join us for this special 6-week series on Gone with the Wind. This course will deal exclusively with the novel, not the film. An examination of the social, sexual and psychological themes running through this famous novel. We will go through an overview of the novel, its place in American literature, the current controversy surrounding it, and its relation to Civil War literature in particular; discuss the issues of slavery and race in the novel; analyze the novel’s individual characters, both as human beings and as archetypes of various aspects of Southern society; discuss the novel’s view of men and women, and gender relations in general; discuss the novel’s view of the Southern social structure, both before and after the war; and discuss the impact of the novel at the time it appeared, and the reasons it has held the world’s attention for over eighty years. Included with your GOLD subscription, please call 410-358-6856 to register or email
Tuesdays, November 10 through December 15
10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Virtual Tour with Girl Travel Tours: Bonjour Paris
From the comfort of your own home, explore Paris with tour director Elena. We will learn some history of Paris, discover monuments, food delicacies, and more. This is a pre-recorded session. Included in all subscriptions and Myerberg Memberships.
Sign-up through Virtual Center.
Friday, November 13, 2020
11:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Festival of Jewish Literature with Morey Kogul: Running Breathless: An Untold True Story of WWII and the Holocaust
Morey is a first generation American; his mother is from the former Soviet Union and father was from Poland.  They met in Israel in the early 1970s and moved to Colorado.  Morey was born and raised in Denver, earned a BA in English Literature from The Ohio State University, a graduate degree in Urban Planning from the University of California, and dedicated his professional career to developing and implementing public-private partnerships—initially for the US Department of State and currently for the Department of Defense.  Running Breathless, published in June 2018, is Morey’s first book, which upon publication was immediately accepted into the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s library and remains part of their collection.  Morey has spoken at a number of venues about his father’s story and Holocaust lessons, and has been interviewed by multiple media outlets.  Morey serves on the Board of Directors for the Jewish Federation of Howard County, serves on the Howard County Holocaust Committee, and volunteers on Temple Isiah’s Care Committee.  Morey and his wife Rachel have been married for 17 years.  They have a 14 year old daughter Hannah, 4 year old boy Jonah, and toy poodle Duke.  They have lived in Howard County, MD for the last 15 years. The first 40 participants to purchase the book ($15) will have it inscribed by the author. Email to purchase a book directly from the author. Each book sale includes a donation to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Yad Vashem.
Registration is free and open to the community:
Wednesday, November 18
5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Virtual Tour with Girl Travel Tours: London
From the comfort of your own home, explore London, England with tour director George McFall. We will learn the about the extensive history of London, travel around the city, learn a lot of interesting and unique facts. This is a pre-recorded session. Included in all subscriptions and Myerberg Memberships.
Sign-up through Virtual Center.
Friday, November 20, 2020
11:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

History of Jewish Food with Harry Karp
Jewish people are often associated with food. For some, bagels, lox, blintzes, chicken soup, chopped liver and grivenes are practically a religion unto themselves. This class is NOT really about those foods. This class IS ABOUT, Jewish foods from all over, that really do bear a significance for something. It may be a country which our long exile carried us to, or the essence of Judaism itself. The food may be integral to an observance or a memorable delicacy enhancing a simcha (happy occasion). Although not a cooking class, we will have plenty of great ideas for you to try. We will visit both Ashkenazic and Sephardic menus. Sorry gang, bring your own lunch for the class. No chicken schmaltz sandwiches allowed!
Tuesdays, November 24 through December 15
1:00 p.m. to 2:15 p.m.

Tour of the Jewish Museum of Maryland: Jews in Space – Members of the Tribe in Orbit
Visit Space Without Leaving Your House! Have you ever looked up at the sky and wondered, “What’s up there?” Many different people have tried to find meaning in the stars and to understand the movement of the celestial bodies. Whether they’ve made up stories to explain changes in the night sky, or have visited space themselves, curiosity has always drawn people to look up. We’re celebrating that curiosity, and the exploration and creativity of Jewish people, with our current exhibit Jews in Space: Members of the Tribe in Orbit. From the comfort of your home, a staff member will take you on an inside look, sharing the stories and objects from the exhibit. You’ll learn how Jewish people thought about space in the past, hear the stories of Jewish science fiction writers, and explore spaceflight alongside Jewish astronauts. Free to Subscribers, call 410-358-6856 or email to register.
Friday, December 4, 2020
11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.