Newish and Jewish Happy Hour – Join Us for A Drink

After the splendid success of the first Newish and Jewish brunch event, Jewish Family Service, Women of the J, and the 36 organizations that are Jewish Together- Boulder want to deepen the comradery and friendships that were made during the first gathering. Our next event is a Newish and Jewish Happy Hour on October 14, 2015!

We’ll be meeting at Carelli’s Italian Restaurant, 645 30th Street, from 4:30-6:00 pm. Cost is $10 for appetizers and a drink. Please RSVP to Jodi Ansell at 303-415-1025 or Jodi@jewishfamilyservice.org.

JtBoulderNewish and Jewish events are geared toward adults 60+ who have moved to Boulder within the past couple of years or for people who have recently experienced a change-of-life event and who are looking to connect to community and meet new people. New people are flocking to Boulder every day. In August alone, 12 new individuals and families contacted Michael Rosenzweig, the Jewish Community Concierge based at the Boulder JCC, to ask questions about the area and connect with Jewish happenings. As with the first event, our goals are to help you meet new people, learn about what is happening in the vibrant Boulder Jewish community, and have fun!

Based on the overwhelmingly positive evaluations from the first event and a strong interest in more Jewish social events for adults, an informal, happy hour is the perfect follow up event.

Even if you’ve been in the area a while, we’d love to have you serve as an ambassador for new community members. Ambassadors share their experiences and help connect people to other like-minded individuals and activities in the area. Contact Jodi Ansell with any questions.

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