J-Teen Lock-In

Calling all High-Schoolers!

Think you can make it through the night?
The Boulder JCC’s J-Teen department is throwing the Lock-In of the year, next Saturday, November 19th-20th and you don’t want to miss it!

The night will begin at 6:00 pm at the Boulder JCC for Dinner. At 7:30 pm they’ll hop on the bus and the festivities will begin! From Skate City in Aurora to LaserQuest in Denver to Xtreme Bowling in Westminster, you won’t be able to fall asleep even if you want to!

At 2:30 am the bus will return to the Boulder JCC for some ping-pong, a Wii tournament, movies and more!

Need to sleep for a few hours? We’ll have spaces for that too, and a delicious breakfast in the morning before you head home at 8:00am.

Registration IS required and spots are filling fast, so register today! (Grades 8-12 eligible for registration) $70 for 1 person, $130 for 2. (Register with a friend and save $10!) You don’t want to miss this event! Register here until Wednesday November 15th.

Don’t wait, because spots are filling up fast and it’s first come first serve.

See you there!!

For questions, please contact Phil Rubinstein, J-Teen Director, at 303-998-1900 ext 114 or by email at Jteen@boulderjcc.org

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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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