Free Hadassah Family Fun Event at the JCC

Hadassah centennialIn support of its commitment to “Health for Children Everywhere”, Boulder Hadassah is presenting a Family Fun, Food and Fitness Festival at the Boulder JCC, 3800 Kalmia Ave, on Sunday, August 25th, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, for families with children between the ages of 2-12. Open to the general public at no charge!

Family and child-centered activities include climbing a rock wall, zumba, hula hoop classes, fencing, archery and CU Science Discovery as well as arts and crafts, food topics, living a healthy lifestyle, childhood medical conditions and an assortment of health related topics. Other features include music by the Har Hashem Youth Choir, healthy snack food samples and a Silent Auction with gift certificates from numerous vendors, including those related to health and fitness.

Additional food and beverages will be available for purchase. To register for this landmark event please contact Sandy Friedman at sfriedman4@gmail.com.

As the largest volunteer organization and the largest women’s organization in America, Hadassah is committed to strengthening the unity of the Jewish people. In Israel, we accomplish this through progressive healthcare, education, youth institutions, volunteerism, and land reclamation. In the U.S. we reach our goals through Jewish and Zionist education programs, Zionist Youth programs, and health awareness programs, as well as by advocating for issues of importance to women and to the American Jewish community.

About Shirley Gang

Longtime Boulder resident and active participant in Boulder Hadassah. Our chapter strives to bring our members and associates programming to create community, advocate for women's rights, promote health and well-being around the world, support Hadassah hospitals in Israel, and provide information on issues of concern.

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