Rabbi Yisroel Wilhelm at the Kosher station at CU Boulder's C4C

Eat Kosher for Passover Meals At the C4C

Rabbi Yisroel Wilhelm at the Kosher station at CU Boulder's C4C
Rabbi Yisroel Wilhelm at the Kosher station at CU Boulder’s C4C

We all know the feeling — you walk into your home after a long day, check the cupboards, the fridge, the cupboards again, and sigh at the notion of having to prepare a meal. This can be especially difficult during Pesach when your go-to pasta is unavailable.

Luckily, for Boulderites, there is a dining-out option. The Center for Community on the CU campus offers the only Kosher for Passover eatery in the state of Colorado. And, little-known fact, it’s open to the public!

In addition to providing kosher meals year-round for students and the general public, the kosher eatery at the Center for Community is offering Kosher for Passover meals throughout Pesach.

Between Monday, April 14 and Tuesday April 22, make sure to stop by the C4C for a delicious (and all you can eat!) Kosher for Passover meal.  Located off of Broadway and Regent in Boulder. Open Monday-Friday, 7:00 am – 8:00 pm, and Saturday-Sunday, 10:00 am – 8:00 pm.  Accepts Campus Cash, Munch Money, Meal Plans & credit/debit cards.

For more information about kosher eating, Passover, or just to say hello, email Rabbi Israel Wilhelm at rabbi@jewishcu.com.

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