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What is a P-Party?

P-Party picPurim is fast approaching, last year’s costume is worn out, and you are undecided about what or who you want to dress up as this year. Half of the reason costumes are so hard to figure out, is that you don’t know where to start. That’s where a P-Party comes in!

A P-Party is where everyone attending dresses up in a costume that starts with the letter “P.” You can be a princess, pirate, police officer, prisoner, or even a power ranger. You can impersonate someone, like Peyton Manning,  Peter Pan, Paula Abdul, or Pablo Picasso. The possibilities are endless…as long as those possibilities start with the letter “P.” The more creative you get, the more fun and successful your costume will be.

Select your P-themed costume, and join us at Flatiron Tribe’s Purim P-Party, this Saturday night, March 15th at Absinthe House. Purchase your tickets, say you’re coming on Facebook, and get ready to have a blast with costume contests, games, food, drinks, and more!

About Michael Rosenzweig

Michael Rosenzweig is the Community Concierge at the Boulder JCC. He is the Flatiron Tribe program director, responsible for all young adult programming for Boulder Jews ages 21-45, in addition to outreach, social media, and welcoming new families to Boulder. If you have a question about Jewish Boulder, Michael is a great resource! You can contact Michael at: michael@boulderjcc.org

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