For those planning on attending "A Night at the Jewish Casbah," visit the Boulder JCC a little early to get a head start on Chanukah shopping. Click on the headline for links to the details.

Sunday in Jewish Boulder

For those planning on attending “A Night at the Jewish Casbah,” visit the Boulder JCC a little early to get a head start on Chanukah shopping. Here are links to the details:

Congregation Bonai Shalom Chanukah Bazaar at the Boulder JCC.

A Night at the Jewish Casbah – starts at 5 pm

The Boulder Jewish News article on “A Night at the Jewish Casbah” was picked up by the MoroccoToday (English language) website – woo hoo!

For other Festival of Books and Culture events this week, click here.

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