Join the Boulder JCC in our new Sukkah!
All Events in the JCC Sukkah (except noted*) and Open to the Public
“Sukkot: The Power of Nature and Judaism”
Monday, Oct. 17, Noon-1:30
Pack a brown bag lunch and enjoy a free discussion in the Sukkah with Rabbi Jordie Gerson. The new assistant Adventure Rabbi, Jordie is a former Hillel campus Rabbi and a graduate of Harvard Divinity School who writes for the Huffington Post and other publications. Questions? Kathryn@boulderjcc.org.
“Shake, Shake, Shake Your Bru-Lav”
Tuesday, Oct.18, 5:30 – 8pm
There’ll be a whole lot of shaking going on in the JCC Sukkah when Flatiron Tribe celebrates the holiday their way. Join the tribe (ages 21+) for some shaking, smelling, and tasting of our favorite fall festival. Enjoy refreshments in the JCC Sukkah before we head over to BRU (5290 Arapahoe) for their all-day happy hour at 6:45 pm. Questions? Michael@boulderjcc.org.
“How Do You Jew? Exploring Jewish Identity”
With Rabbi Marc Soloway
Wednesday, Oct 19, 2-3:30 pm
$8 in advance at boulderjcc.org; $10 at the door
We begin our monthly Rabbis Roundtable with a conversation about what makes us Jewish, partially based on the book “I am Jewish: Personal Reflections Inspired by the Last Words of Daniel Pearl.” Questions? Kathryn@boulderjcc.org
Sukkot Mishpacha at Red Wagon Farm!*
Wed. Oct. 19, 4-6 pm
$10 per child at boulderjcc.org; no charge for adults
Celebrate the harvest holiday at this annual family brown-bag picnic. Meet farm animals, enjoy a hayride and special activities, and a teaching with Rabbi Greene. For newborn to 5 years. Co-sponsored by Har HaShem and Hazon. Questions? Shari@boulderjcc.org
It’s All About Sukkot
With Farmer Becca
Thursday, Oct. 20, 4:15-5:45 pm
$18 JCC members; $22 guests at boulderjcc.org
Decorate the Sukkah, visit Milk and Honey Farms, and cook farm-to-table snacks. For ages 5-10. Questions? Becca@boulderjcc.org.
ACE Musical Happy Hour in the Sukkah
With the Coffee Quintet and Judy Megibow
Friday, October 21, 4-6 pm
Get ready for Shabbat with a happy hour featuring wine, cheeses and live music in the JCC Sukkah. Enjoy listening to a blend of classical, Jewish, and folk music, as well as popular tunes from around the world. Questions? Kathryn@boulderjcc.org
Jews, Food and the Earth – the Ethics of Jewish Eating
With Farmer Becca and Rabbi Marc Soloway
Sunday, October 23, 3-4:30pm
$10 at boulderjcc.org
Join the JCC’s Farmer Becca and Bonai Shalom’s Rabbi Marc for study and discussion about how Jewish values can influence our food choices as we consider the condition of workers, treatment of animals, impact on the environment, and how we share our bounty. The Boulder JCC and Bonai Shalom both strive to produce sustainable food and look at food choices from a Jewish perspective. Questions? Becca@boulderjcc.org