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A Secret Happy Hour

Flatiron Tribe is having a happy hour Thursday, the same night as an event by Soul Food, called “The Origins of the Universe and the Edge of Knowledge.”  In keeping with the theme of the evening, Flatiron Tribe’s happy hour will be “Explore the Secrets of the Universe at Boulder’s Secret Bar.”

Many people do not realize that Boulder has a secret bar, known by some as the No Name Bar.  Yet for even the most seasoned Boulderite, there is still some mystery to our city.  This bar is located right next to Cosmo’s Pizza on the hill (1325 Broadway), but don’t look for a sign on the door as it has none.

The Soul Food event will be a discussion between their two founders, Rabbi Gavriel Goldfeder of Aish Kodesh and Rabbi Joshua Rose of Har HaShem, as well as CU Boulder astrophysicist, Jason Glenn.  They will discuss the earliest seconds of existence, the creation of new galaxies, and J
We’ll meet at the Secret Bar at 5:00 pm, grab a drink or two, and then carpool to Sunrise Ampitheater up Flagstaff Drive for the Soul Food Event.  To see who else is coming, check out our Facebook Event Page.  For more information, contact Michael Rosenzweig at Michael@boulderjcc.org.ewish spiritual insights into what our knowledge of the world means.

(You must be over 21 years old to come to the happy hour portion of the evening)

 

About Michael Rosenzweig

Michael Rosenzweig is the Marketing Director at the Boulder JCC. He has been working at the J since 2011 and has held many roles, including Day Camp Director, Flatiron Tribe (young adult) Director, and Community Concierge. You can contact Michael at: michael@boulderjcc.org

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