Monday night, after the Menorah Lighting and festivities, head over to the Lazy Dog (14th and Pearl) - get dinner and watch FACE on the big screen.

After the Menorah Lighting, Warm Up and Watch FACE at the Lazy Dog

Light the Menorah on Pearl Street or get somewhere in time to watch FACE on NBC’s “The Sing-Off”?

How about both!

After the Menorah Lighting and festivities, head over to the Lazy Dog (14th and Pearl) for dinner – they’ve got great food and drinks, and really big TVs. A room has been reserved where you can warm up and watch Boulder’s own “FACE” perform on the premier of the national show “The Sing-Off.” Families welcome – make a night of it!  The show starts at 7 pm which should be just about right, and parking is free after 7 in the downtown area. **No-host event**

Mark-Megibow-at-BJF-09

Mark Megibow of FACE performed at the 2009 Boulder Jewish Festival and is the proud dad of a Boulder Jewish Day School student. Show your support – tell your friends – bring a bunch with you!

*No-host event.

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