What Are You Jewing for the High Holidays?

JT21 (Jews Together in the 21st Century) is excited to launch a community-wide initiative to bring High Holiday resources to the Jewish Community. JT21 leaders of area congregations and the Boulder JCC have joined forces to increase the number of Jewish households participating and engaging in Jewish communal life. The goal of JT21 is to contribute to a more vibrant Jewish life in Boulder, both within present institutions and the broader community.

Our first outreach initiative brings High Holiday resources to the community at large through a series of well-coordinated events. Look for volunteers from JT21 and Hazon at the Wednesday Farmers Market, and King Soopers for an apples and honey tasting. We will also be hosting a community shofar blowing on the first day of Rosh Hashanah as well as a community Tashlich at the last Farmers Market of the season.

In addition, a High Holiday Hotline has been set up to provide information on services, meals and community events that fit your individual needs. Our goal is for no one in the Jewish community to be left out this holiday season. There is something to Jew for everyone!

The Details:
Check the Boulder Jewish Community Calendar for times of services and events across the community, including links to Boulder’s synagogues and organizations.

High Holiday Hotline- 720-974-6560

JT21 and Hazon at the Farmers Market
Wednesday September 14, & September 21

JT21 at both Boulder King Soopers
Sunday September 18 & September 25

Community Shofar Blowing on the first day of Rosh Hashanah, September 29 at 4:30 Salberg Park in North Boulder and Meadow Glen Park in East Boulder

Community Tashlich at Boulder Creek on October 5 at 5 pm next to the Farmers Market.

About Jayme Zerivitz

Jayme is the Communications and Marketing Director at the Boulder JCC. She holds a BA in Communication from Tulane University. She is also a mom of two girls who loves living in Boulder.

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