J-Teen Chocolate Seder Next Wednesday

chocolatePassover is right around the corner, and to get the teen community prepared, we invite all teens to come to the Boulder JCC next Wednesday, March 20th from 6:30 pm- 8:00 pm for the 3rd Annual Chocolate Seder! Hosted for all Jewish teens by the J-Teen department, and led by members of the Boulder Jewish Teen Council, this seder is a stomach ache waiting to happen with all the chocolate you can possibly eat in one sitting.

The four cups of wine are four cups of Chocolate milk, the matzah is chocolate-covered and the apples and honey charoset is made of, you guessed it, chocolate! All participants will have a chance to go searching for the hidden Chocolate Afikoman (and win a prize if you find it)!

J-Teen & JCCThis event is free to all currently enrolled Hebrew High students and just $5 for all other teens. Register online here.

For questions or more information, contact Wendy Aronson at wendy@boulderjcc.org or at 303-998-1900 ext. 102 or find us on Facebook. Many thanks to Shauna Sadow, Director of Boulder Hebrew High, for her help with this fun event!

About Wendy Aronson

Current position: Assistant Executive Director at the Boulder JCC. Formerly was the JWest Program Director at the Foundation for Jewish Camp, worked for CAJE staffing the IST trip and B'nai Tzedek program, and was CU Boulder Hillel's first JCSC Fellow.

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