Ignite Chanukah Rocking Good Time

Over 200 *young adults* partied hard on Wednesday night in Boulder for the 2nd annual IgniteChanukah with Vodka/Latke party! Organized by volunteers and supported by local organizations and businesses, this event was just as wild as last year.

In a twist this year, guests were able to purchase a ticket that included a donation to Jewish Family Service and nearly half the guests chose this – raising over $250 for JFS for safety net needs in Colorado.

A big thank you to local business sponsors:

  • Falafel King
  • Hapa Sushi
  • Rembrandt Yard
  • 303 Vodka
  • Colorado Native
  • TheNextStepVideo
  • Lindsay’s Boulder Deli
  • Rob’s Mountain Gin
  • Zolar Brazilian Superfruits
  • Naked Pizza

and to the nonprofit co-sponsors:

  • Boulder Jewish News
  • Boulder JCC
  • Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado
  • 18 Pomegranates
  • SoulFood
  • BirthrightNext Denver
  • Hazon
  • Keshet
  • LimmudColorado
  • Congregation Bonai Shalom
  • Menorah
  • Boulder Jewish Festival

Photos and video to follow for those brave enough to watch the sparks. Beware, adult content included!

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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