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Post-Passover Happy Hour – Today!

Did you miss beer last week? Did your Manischewitz not quite cut it? Join Boulder’s Jewish young professionals for the First Annual Post-Passover Happy Hour at Conor O’Neill’s on Thursday April 28th from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm.

Conor O'Neill's on lucky 13th St.

The first few pitchers will be on the Boulder JCC. Thanks to Joel Wishkovsky, founder of Card Gnome , for helping to coordinate this event.

Join the Boulder JCC most months on the third Thursday (this month the fourth) for happy hour. Follow the Boulder JCC on Twitter (@boulderjcc) or Facebook (facebook.com/boulderjcc) to keep up to date.

Questions? Contact Jodi at: 303-998-5626 or connect@boulderjcc.org.

Can’t wait to see you there!

About Jonathan Lev

Jonathan Lev, MPA, joined the Boulder JCC in 2010. He is a passionate educator and entrepreneur who combines his experience at Jewish summer camp and founding of Boulder based Renewable Choice Energy to influence his leadership as a Jewish professional. He was certified as high school teacher and Summa Cum Laude graduate from the University of Colorado in Boulder. For more than six years, Jonathan was a leader in the field of Jewish summer camp where he worked tirelessly to enhance the level of supervision and mentorship for both campers and staff through innovative summer and year-round trainings. In 2007, Jonathan continued his studies and was selected as a Taub Fellow at New York University in the dual-master’s degree program for a Master in Public Administration in Nonprofit Management (MPA) and Master in Hebrew and Judaic Studies (MA). He and his wife Lyndsay spend their free time hiking trails, skiing, listening to music, and planning their next great adventure. Follow him @jonathanlev on twitter.

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