Chabad of Boulder hosts a special Lag Ba'Omer Barbecue at the Boulder Reservoir with hot dogs, hamburgers and all the fixins.

Can You Feel the Beat?

Sunday, May 22 is the festive day of Lag Baomer.  Please join us for a special Lag Baomer Barbecue at the Boulder Reservoir replete with hot-dogs, hamburgers and all the fixins.  Best of all enjoy a wonderful beat boxing performance by Boulder’s own Mark Megibow of FACE band by Boulder’s own Mark Megibow of the FACE band ( see bio below) and learn how to beat box yourself.

This fun filled event will take place at the scenic Boulder Reservoir at Concession hill.  Park in the first parking lot after the entrance. No entrance fee will apply.  Feel free to bring your sports equipment to use after the event, enjoy the premises and their volleyball court.

Please reserve as soon as possible by clicking here.  For more information call 303 359 6049 or   This is a project of Chabad Lubavitch of Boulder County.

Sunday May 22, Noon

Boulder Reservoir (Concession Hill)

Cost: $12 adults, $6 children

Info or RSVP NOW -303 359 6049 –

Mark Megibow is best known as the vocal-drummer for the nationally acclaimed “all-vocal rock band,” Face, wowing audiences with his heart-thumping beats. Effortlessly creating complex layers of sounds and rhythms, people find it hard to believe it comes from just one guy. His signature songs include him singing while adding the beat and bass-line at the same time, leaving audiences in absolute wonderment.

Although today he only performs with his mouth and a microphone, Mark’s background is in instrumental percussion, and has played “real drums” since his elementary school years in Topeka, Kansas. Mark got his music degree from Northwestern University and has performed with ensembles ranging from symphony orchestras, to marching bands, to loud obnoxious rock bands, and now Face. When not on stage, Mark leads mentorship programs for teens on leadership, communication, and life skills.

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About Chany Scheiner

Co - Director of Boulder Center for Judaism. Any successful organization needs a heart and that is what Chany provides, along with organization, marketing, innovative programming, and countless Shabbat dinners. Some of her accomplishments are large and public like the annual menorah lighting on Pearl Street and the matzo and shofar factories, while others are quiet and private like the time she spends counseling individuals and sharing the wisdom that comes from study.

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