Oy! More! Light the 5th Candle tonight at one of these parties (you can rest on Shabbat, have fun this week!): Vodka Latke (Schmooze, Booze and Jewz), and the Boulder Jewish Day School Hanukkah Party.

TUESDAY: 5th Candle, Vodka Latke Party

Oy! More! Light the 5th Candle tonight at one of these parties (you can rest on Shabbat, have fun this week!)

Vodka Latke: Schmooze, Booze & Jewz.

Featuring Vodka, Latkes and other nosh! Only $5 to attend. All food is kosher. Sponsored by Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado Young Adult Division (YAD), Boulder JCC, Boulder Wine and Spirits and Waddell and Reed. For questions or to RSVP, call Racheli at 303-998-5626.  Tuesday, 12/15, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, at 1701 Pearl Street, Boulder.

BJDS Hanukkah Party

bjdsIn case you missed them on Sunday at the ChanuConcert, or Monday on Pearl Street, Boulder Jewish Day School invites the community to celebrate at their Family Hanukkah Party, featuring the students of BJDS in song, theater and poetry. Come join us for candle lighting, dinner, latkes, dreidel games and Menorah (Hanukiah) contest. Tuesday, 12/15, 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm (Candle lighting is at 5pm) at Congregation Har HaShem, 3950 Baseline Road. $10 per family for non-BJDS families. Please let us know you are coming, call 303.449.5569 or email rsvp@bjds.org.

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