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Teen Movie Nights at the BoulderJCC

The Boulder J-Teen Department of the BJCC hosted its second movie night on Saturday evening, on March 12.

This was the second installment of a monthly movie series offered to Jewish teenagers (ages 13-18) looking for a way to bond, hang out, and have fun.

Last Saturday they screened the academy award winning movie “The Social Network.” Last month, the kick-off movie was “Inception,” also an academy award winning movie, which coincided with an Oscar Party held on February 27.

With new people in attendance each event, the series has so far been a success. The movie series is scheduled to continue with the time of each movie shifting slightly to coincide with the ending of Shabbat.

All movie nights are free, and of course, popcorn, snacks, and soft drinks will be served.

Stay tuned for the next movie night on April 9 where they will be screening the animated film “How to Train Your Dragon.” Check the details out of the Jteen facebook page or the BJCC website.

The more people who attend, the better! Hope to see you there!

Any questions, please contact Phil Rubinstein by email at JTeen@Boulderjcc.org or by phone at 303-998-1900 ext. 109.

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