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Lucky Number Seven – Ignite Chanukah is Fast Approaching

What do the Olympics, behavior training, powerful Jewish women, chickens, food, and privilege all have in common? They are all topics being spoken about at our 7th annual Ignite Chanukah this Tuesday! Come watch your peers get up and give fast-paced, thought-provoking, 5-minute TED-talk-style presentations on their passions.

This unique event, which is taking place this Tuesday, December 13th at Rembrandt Yard, blends the world of young adult Jewish world with the greater startup community, where the Ignite movement started. This year there are some classics returning as well as some new treats. Along with the delicious falafel and latkes, there will also be a “Fill Your Own Sufganiyot” station and some specialty cocktails.

Not sure what to expect? Check out our presentations from last year HERE or here:

A special thank you to all of our sponsors:  Boulder Jewish News, Moishe House Boulder, Hazon, YAD of JEWISHcolorado, MazelTogether, Congregation Beth Ami, and Modern Tribe.

Don’t miss out on this evening of fun, community, food, and Chanukah joy! Purchase tickets HERE and use code [IgniteFriend] to get a discount.

The Ignite 6 Speakers

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: michael@boulderjcc.org

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