Newish and Jewish? Join Us for Brunch

If you are 60 or older and have moved to the Boulder area in the last couple of years, or have recently experienced a change-of-life event, join us for a special brunch to meet new people and learn about area programs and services.

Sunday, June 14
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Boulder Jewish Community Center
3800 Kalmia Avenue

Adults 60 and over are moving to Boulder in record numbers. Some are moving for the recreational opportunities and 300+ days of sunshine, others are moving here because of children or grandchildren. Whatever your reason, Boulder is a great place to live with a vibrant Jewish community. We want to make sure you know about all of the fantastic events and learning opportunities happening across the spectrum of Jewish life.

Maybe you have lived here for a while but have experienced a recent change-of- life circumstance – you’ve become an empty-nester or are recently single. Come find ways to connect to community and meet new people.

Brought to you by Boulder Jewish Family Service, the 36 organizations that make up Jewish Together – Boulder, and Women of the J. Donations welcome.

If you would like to join us, RSVP by June 9 to Jodi Ansell 303-415-1025, jansell@jewishfamilyservice.org.

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