Boulder Jewish Festival Is Recruiting Its 2017 Team

The Boulder Jewish Festival is celebrating its 23rd year on Sunday June 4, 2017. The Festival is a celebration of Jewish culture and as always, this year’s Festival will feature music, art, community organizations and kids activities. We are also continuing to innovate and add more interactive activities for everyone.

The Festival’s core team organizes this great event for the community. From its first year, the committee has been all-volunteer. Also from its first year, the committee has included one member from each of the sponsoring organizations, as well as community members not affiliated with traditional Jewish institutions. This way, the committee ensures that the event truly represents the diversity and range of Jewish expression that is found in our community.

If you want to learn more about the Boulder Jewish community, getting involved with this event is the way to see it all! Please contact us at boulderjfest@gmail.com, tell us a bit about yourself and let us know what part of the Festival you are most interested in getting involved, such as food, entertainment, art, fundraising and sponsorships, volunteer recruiting, zero-waste, website and social media, marketing support, culture and creative activities, kids’ zone.

We are looking forward to a fun and exciting event!

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