PJ Library and JEWISHcolorado Partner in Boulder for Exciting Family Programming

Beth Ami, Boulder JCC, Congregation Bonai Shalom, Congregation Har HaShem, Hazon, and JEWISHcolorado are excited to join together to bring the community new, engaging programming!

Come celebrate Yom Ha’atzmaut, Israel’s 68th Birthday, in style! Join the Boulder JCC and community partners for a hands-on exploration of all things Israeli: food making with Sticky Fingers, Hebrew and English story times with Liraz and Farmer Becca, falafel eating with Falafel King, music with Michael, crafts and fun with Hazon and Jewish National Fund, and of course birthday cake!

Details:

May 12, 2016, 4:00-6:00 pm

Current JCC Building – 3800 Kalmia (this will be one of the last programs in the current JCC building!)

For Families with Children 0-8, $5 per family. More information and Register Here!

This Yom Ha’atzmaut program, the second in a larger three part series, is designed to engage families with children 0-8 beyond the pages of their PJ 20151107_190321library books.

The first program, Havdalah at Mountain Kids Gymnastics this last fall drew a sellout crowd. Participants jumped and swung their way through obstacle courses and foam pits before joining in Havdalah prayers and songs. The highlight for most was when we turned out the lights and handed out glow bracelets for everyone.

The final program will be Challah in the Park where we’ll get to make and eat challah with a solar oven. This program will be hosted by Milk and Honey Farm. More details to come.

If you have not signed up for PJ Library, you can get more information here.
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