Blintzes, Bees and Beer — The Celebrate Festival

 

You want it? We got it!

The Hazon Jewish Food Festival and the Denver JCC‘s Celebrate Family, two successful annual events in their own right, have merged for a new over-the-top festival for ALL ages! It’s a place where rabbis, farmers, educators, activists, foodies, chefs, kids, teens, and seniors come together to LEARN, DO, THINK, PLAY, and EAT!

On Sunday, May 17, from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm you can:

Listen to a beer, then drink it! Braid challah. Eat goat-cheese blintzes. Watch Streits: Matzo and the American Dream and sample six flavors of matzo. Do yoga with the whole family. Create upcycled art. Plant at Ekar Farm (optional 8:30 am breakfast program). Bid on awesome silent auction items. Play pickleball. Pet chickens. Explore your senses. Make a custom havdalah spice sachet. Walk on stilts. Protect pollinators. Shop in the farmers market. Sculpt ice. Meet great people. Learn new things. Be inspired!

All that, and truly so very much more for just $5/person! Learn more and register at jccdenver.org/celebratefest. Advanced registration encouraged, drop-ins welcome.

(NOTE: This event is the same day as the Colfax Marathon. Those coming to the Denver JCC from the Boulder area should take the 1-25 to Speer route to the Denver JCC.)

About Becky O'Brien

Hazon is America's largest Jewish environmental organization. We create healthier and more sustainable communities in the Jewish world and beyond. Hazon in Colorado is led by Becky O'Brien, Boulder Director and Sarah Kornhauser, Denver Director.

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