See you at the Festival!

“Come in – Our Tent is Open”

Walk, ride (valet available), drive (park free on Sunday) – however you get there, see you on Pearl Street! The Boulder Jewish Festival opens at 11 am and goes until 5 pm.  There’s great entertainment all day including some surprises between the scheduled performers!  Did you know – the Judaic Art Show is on 3 blocks of the mall?  From the Rocks (in front of Peppercorn – 1200 block) to the Animals (in front of Starbucks – 1400 block) plus points in between.  Fabulous food and this year’s commemorative t-shirt are on the 1300 block. And of course, the heart of the Festival are the non-profit organizations that pack the courthouse lawn. Complete listings of all participating groups, artists and food vendors can be found at BoulderJewishFestival.org. Here’s the entertainment line up:

  • 11:00 Boulder Jewish Day School Choir
  • 11:15 Jeff Kagan
  • 12:00 Zadik
  • 1:00  Dan Nichols and Eighteen
  • 2:30  Boulder Klezmer Consort
  • 4:00  Or Zimrah, the band of Congregation Har HaShem

Megan Quinn of the Daily Camera wrote a terrific article – thanks, Megan! Here’s the link in case you missed it on Saturday.

Playing along? Foursquare, Gowalla, Stickybits, HotPotato. . .you’ll find the Boulder Jewish Festival ready for your checkin! Who will be mayor?! Find out today!

About Cheryl Fellows

I am living happily ever after in Boulder with David, proud mom of Lauren and Ethan, guardian of Cookie and Finnegan, blessed with family and friends and a great community.

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