However You Spell It, Chanukah Has Something For Everyone

Chanukah, Hanukkah, Chanukkah, however you spell it, it’s about light at the darkest time of the year.CandlesSmall

It’s about revolts, dreidels and lots of fried food.

And this year, it’s about finding new meaning, recipes, theme nights and events. That’s right, this year, you can re-invent your Hanukkah (Library of Congress official spelling) with the Jewish Together – Boulder Chanukah Resource Guide.

This handy guide gives you everything you need to know about celebrating Chanukah in Boulder County.

Check out a recipe for sweet potato latkes with Indian spices and apple chutney, try upcycle night or craft night with your family and friends. All this and more can be found in the most comprehensive guide to Chanukah in the county. Maybe the only comprehensive guide in the county.

Jewish Together – Boulder brings you the limitless choices our Jewish community has to offer in one place. It is a collaborative of the 30 Jewish organizations that are in or serve Boulder County and offers lifecycle event resource guides, holiday guides and more. If you haven’t been to the Jewish Together –Boulder website before, you should check it out!

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