Ignite Chanukah Annual Sale – Chai-ber Monday

Who needs Black Friday when there’s Chai-ber Monday?

ignite_chanukahAs you are digesting your Thanksgiving meal, there are probably two things on your mind: what are the sales to take advantage of on Black Friday and Chanukah is right around the corner. Let the Flatiron Tribe ease your worries with our Ignite Chanukah “Chai-ber Monday” sale.

What is Ignite Chanukah? Not only is Ignite Chanukah the ultimate young adult Chanukah party in Colorado with a Vodka Latke happy hour, but it’s also an opportunity to watch 10 of your peers get on stage and share their Jewish passions in a fast-paced, fun-filled style. Ignite sparks are TED-talk style presentations that are 5 minutes long with 20 powerpoint slides on a 15 second automatic timer. This year you can look forward to talks including, The Eight Nights of Fashion, Jews and Tattoos, Dance like it’s your Bat Mitzvah and Everyone’s Watching, and The Frozen Chosen:  Jews in Antarctica. Ignite Chanukah is on Tuesday, December 8th starting at 5:30 pm at Rembrandt Yard.

flatirontribe_blue_lrWhat is a “Chai-ber Monday” sale? We all know that Black Friday and Chanukah shopping can be a hectic time for everyone. Let us take the hassle out of it for you. Tickets to Ignite Chanukah normally cost $25, which includes admission, open bar, latkes, falafel, raffle entry, and admission to our after-party. While that is a great deal for an evening of food and entertainment, we all love the feeling of getting a bargain. So if you use the coupon code {Chai}, tickets will only be $18. But hurry, this sale ends at midnight on Monday evening November 30th. Purchase your tickets here!

If you have any questions about Ignite Chanukah or Flatiron Tribe events, feel free to contact Michael Rosenzweig at Michael@boulderjcc.org. Also be sure to check out the Ignite Chanukah Facebook Event.

About Michael Rosenzweig

Michael Rosenzweig is the former Marketing Director at the Boulder JCC.

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