Wind down from the Festival with a drink with Flatiron Tribe.
Jews Brews No Post-Festival Blues
In keeping with the Sephardic theme of the Boulder Jewish Festival this year, Flatiron Tribe, the young adult programming arm of the Boulder JCC, will be hosting a Post-Jewish Festival Happy Hour at Rio (1101 Walnut Street) on Sunday, June 10th, from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. We’ll grab some margaritas on the rooftop, and if we aren’t stuffed from all of the great food at the festival, we may even grab an appetizer or two.
Bring your friends! Whether you classify yourself as young or old, Jewish or not, whether you attended the Festival or not, we would love to grab a drink with you and share some stories, laughs, and fun. Let us know you’re coming and find out who else will be there on Facebook.
Don’t forget to come visit all of the local organizations at the Boulder Jewish Festival on Sunday, from 11am-5pm on Pearl Street!
Nevei Kodesh, a warm and welcoming Jewish Renewal Community invites you to join us virtually for prayer, study and connection!
Before local anti-Jewish laws were enacted, before neighborhood shops and synagogues were destroyed, and before Jews were forced into ghettos, cattle cars, and camps, words were used to stoke the fires of hate. #ItStartedWithWords is a digital, Holocaust education campaign posting weekly videos of survivors from around the world reflecting on those moments that led up to the Holocaust – a period of time when they could not have predicted the ease with which their long-time neighbors, teachers, classmates, and colleagues would turn on them, transitioning from words of hate to acts of violence.