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Boulder J Fest Tons of Fun

DSC_0134The sun – and the community – shined in Boulder at the 2013 Boulder Jewish Festival!

Terrific weather, great food, outstanding music, beautiful art and so many people made for a fabulous day for organizations and community members.

More photos will be posted later in the week, but in the meantime, the Festival website has a few and some short video clips as well on this updated pageThe Daily Camera also has a terrific piece with photos too.

We have a few items that were turned in at lost and found – if you are missing something, email me.

Thank you to everyone – particularly the hard-working year-round Festival committee and everyone who volunteers on the day of event – for a wonderful day! What was your favorite part? Leave a comment to let us know!

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About Cheryl Fellows

I am living happily ever after in Boulder with David, proud mom of Lauren and Ethan, guardian of Cookie, blessed with family and friends and a great community.

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4 comments

  1. What a great day. We have a fantastic committee that tirelessly works to make this day possible.

  2. I tabled with Hazon and met new people from Boulder, Denver, Westminster, Louisville, Aurora, Thornton and Evergreen! Perhaps "Boulder" Jewish Festival is a misnomer?! What a great event for the Jewish community in our whole region and thanks to all those who make it possible.

  3. My favorite part is hobnobbing with the great variety of people who come to the festival. Most of the day I hung out at the Beth Ami booth, giving out information on Humanistic Judaism to people who were interested in this branch of Judaism or who had never heard of it before. The festival is such a wonderful opportunity to connect to people who are interested in Jewish culture and identity. The atmosphere of the event is so positive and welcoming. The music, the food, the art, the people all showcase our heritage in a way of which we can all be proud. Thank you Boulder Jewish Festival Committee for making this day possible each year!

  4. Besides the social interaction, I loved the Bukharan group that played and danced . Nothing wrong with all the "domestic" groups, but this was a chance to see a unique culture in Boulder. And they were professionally wonderful also.