8th Ignite Chanukah Expects to Light It Up

How do you live funstoppable? What was it like to be an American Ninjew Warrior? What should I know about dating during the holiday season?

These are just a few of the topics being spoken about at our 8th annual Ignite Chanukah this Wednesday! 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 Wednesday, December 13th at Rembrandt Yard, blends the world of young adult Jewish world with the greater startup community, where the Ignite movement started. The event will be catered by Latke Love from Littleton and they will serve delicious homemade latkes and applesauce, along with other delicious treats.

A special thank you to all of our sponsors: Boulder Jewish News, Moishe House Boulder, Hazon, YAD of JEWISHcolorado, OneTable, Congregation Bonai Shalom, Congregation Nevei Kodesh, RE/MAX of Boulder, Heartseed Health, and Hapa Sushi Grill and Sake Bar.

Don’t miss out on this evening of fun, community, food, and Chanukah joy! To purchase tickets to this event, CLICK HERE and make sure you tell us you are coming on the Facebook Event!

About Michael Rosenzweig

Michael Rosenzweig is the former Marketing Director at the Boulder JCC.

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