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Enjoy a relaxing night out before the holidays - or attend Menorah's Bialywood event - while your children have an enriching night with BJDS teachers.

Parents Night Out at BJDS Dec. 5

Boulder Jewish Day School (BJDS) is pleased to announce a December Parent’s Night Out. Enjoy a relaxing night out before the holidays – or attend Menorah’s Bialywood event – while your children have an enriching night with BJDS teachers. You do not need to attend BJDS to join us for Parent’s Night Out. We are proud to offer this service to the entire Boulder community.  Saturday, December 5th from 6pm – 9pm, at BJDS (7415 Lookout Road – Gunbarrel area). Cost: Only $5 per child, ages 2.5 – 11 years. A light vegetarian snack will be provided. If a child has dietary restrictions, the parent can provide a vegetarian snack.

Reservations are required. To make a reservation, call BJDS at 303.449.5569 or email at bjds@qwestoffice.net. Yes, there is….. affordable and educational evening childcare!

Boulder Jewish Day School (BJDS) is an independent accredited community day school serving Boulder, Broomfield, Longmont and the North Metro Denver area. The school offers an Early Childhood Program (2.5 to 5 years) as well as an Elementary program – Kindergarten though Fifth Grade –and after-school programs too. BJDS provides a strong academic curriculum, bilingual programs, Judaic studies, art, music and physical education. BJDS features a low-student to teacher ratio, an active parent volunteer community, and a warm pluralistic environment that welcomes students and families from all backgrounds. BJDS is dedicated to growing the next generation of community leaders. Financial aid is available.  For more information about BJDS or to schedule a tour, please contact us at 303.449.5569 or bjds@qwestoffice.net.

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