J-Teen Brunch Series

The J-Teen department at the Boulder JCC is having the first installment of their new Sunday Brunch Series this Sunday, August 7th!  We will be meeting at the Harlow Platts Park (located at 1360 Gillaspie right next to the South Boulder Rec Center) from 11:30am-2:00pm for food, fun, and outdoor excitement.

Each month the J-Teen Brunch will have a different theme and this months theme is BBQ! They will be serving Hotdogs, Burgers, Veggie-Burgers, chips, cookies and drinks all of which will be Kosher. While waiting for your food, you can enjoy the sun by playing Frisbee, soccer, or have a water balloon fight!

The event is open to ALL Jewish High Schoolers and is absolutely FREE! So tell your kids, bring your friends, and we’ll see you in the park! To ensure we have enough food, please RSVP on facebook or at the JCC website.

For more information, contact Phil Rubinstein by email at jteen@boulderjcc.org or by phone at 303-998-1900 ext 114.

About Phil Rubinstein

Phil Rubinstein has been the J-Teen Director at the Boulder JCC since January of 2011. Working in the Boulder Jewish community since 2006, Phil is also a teacher at Congregation Har HaShem, Boulder Hebrew High, and is the owner of FreelanceJudaism LLC, a private Jewish tutoring company founded in November, 2010

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