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Community Purim Carnival Is Still On Despite a Little Snow

purim carnivalThe Purim Carnival is on this Sunday, March 1! A little snow will not get in the way of us celebrating this joyous holiday! We understand that road conditions may not be ideal, but we also understand that having indoor activities available during a snowstorm are necessary. Plus, it’s Purim! Please be careful on the roads.

The carnival will run from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm. There will also be falafel, pizza, and hamantaschen for sale from 11:15 am until we run out. Thanks to our sponsors who have helped to make our Purim carnival the amazing community event that it is: Beth Ami, Bonai Shalom, Boulder County Center for Judaism, Kehillat Orot Yisrael, Nevei Kodesh, Camp Inc., JCC Ranch Camp, Ramah of the Rockies, Shwayder Camp, and Kaleidoscope Music.

Feel free to check the Boulder JCC Facebook Page or website on Sunday morning to make sure the carnival is still on!

Want to save time and money? Purchase your tickets before the carnival on our Pre-Sale form. We are also still looking for volunteers to help staff booths, serve food, and hand out prizes. If you are interested in helping out, or if you have any questions about the Purim Carnival, please reach out to Michael Rosenzweig at:

We look forward to seeing you and your family in your Purim costumes. Chag Purim Sameach!

If you cannot make it to the carnival but are still looking for some Purim activities for your family, check out the other Purim offerings that the JCC has in store HERE.

About Michael Rosenzweig

Michael Rosenzweig is the Marketing Director at the Boulder JCC. He has been working at the J since 2011 and has held many roles, including Day Camp Director, Flatiron Tribe (young adult) Director, and Community Concierge. You can contact Michael at:

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