Two Jews, Three Opinions, We Want Yours

On Sunday, June 10th, the place to be for Boulder County Jews is the Boulder Jewish Festival, and we’ll be there too. Jewish Together – Boulder, a collaborative effort between the Boulder synagogues and the Boulder JCC, will be introducing a few exciting initiatives at the festival this year. Come to any of our member booths (on the Courthouse Lawn) to learn more.

Drawing
First, if you stop by the booths any of our member synagogues or the JCC, you can fill out a card to be entered into a drawing for fabulous prizes. You could win Shabbat dinner for two at Bonai Shalom’s First Friday Shabbat, High Holiday tickets or a fabulous book from Beth Ami or a gift certificate to Har HaShem’s gift shop, just to name a few.

Celebrate Shabbat! Resource Kit
Also, at any partner booth, pick up our Celebrate Shabbat! resource kit. It includes Shabbat candles, prayers, and resources on ways to celebrate Shabbat in Boulder. You’ll find almost everything you need to celebrate the magic and tranquility of Shabbat in one place. Just add the wine and ruach (spirit)!

You could be a Star
You may even be scouted to be featured in a video interview. We are looking for a few loquacious individuals to share their opinions of Jewish Boulder and to help make our community even more engaged and vibrant. What do you want to see from the Boulder Jewish community in the coming year? We want to know.

Fresh from a very successful Yom Ha’atzmaut celebration that drew over 190 Jews from all over Boulder County, we are trying to get outside the box and figure out how we can “do Jewish” even better in the 21st century. If you see a few intrepid souls walking around with a video camera at the festival, please approach them, and you too could be a star!

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