Aspen, apple, bristlecone pine? What’s your favorite Colorado tree?
Dates, honey, pomegranates? What’s your favorite of the “seven species”?
Lychee, dragon fruit, horned melon? Which is a fruit you’ve never had and are brave enough to try?
Apples, avocados, peaches… which are in the Dirty Dozen and which are in the Clean Fifteen?
Come have a great time at Boulder’s dynamic Tu B’Shvat experience, answer the above questions, and celebrate the new year of the trees. We’ll get active and hands-on while learning how to keep trees, ourselves , and our planet healthy–from the roots to the fruits!
There will be separate, age-appropriate programming for kids under 13 (kids under 5 need at least one parent/guardian present). The main program will be loved by all ages 13 – 103.
Sunday, January 24, 3:00 – 5:00 pm at the Boulder JCC, 3800 Kalmia Avenue, Boulder, 80301. $5/person. Doors open at 2:45. This event is expected to sell out, so advance registration is strongly encouraged. Sign up today!
This event is an incredible collaborative effort with a large, diverse group of organizations. Appreciate what a special community we have that we partner like this! Roots and Fruits is possible through the contributions of: Beth Ami-Colorado Congregation for Humanistic Judaism, B’nai Torah, Boulder Center for Judaism, Boulder JCC, Boulder Jewish Teen Initiative, Congregation Bonai Shalom, Congregation Har HaShem, Congregation Nevei Kodesh, Hazon, JEWISHcolorado, Judaism Your Way, and Tuv Ha’aretz Interfaith CSA.