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Meet Up with 2,500 Friends at Celebrate Israel Walk + Festival

JEWISHcolorado is having a big birthday party for Israel’s 70th birthday and you are invited!

Join us Sunday, May 6 at Denver’s South High School for a day filled with great activities for all ages.  The event is free, but attendees must register in advance.

  • Sunday, May 6, South High School
  • 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
  • 2-mile walk through Wash Park neighborhood at 9:00 am sharp
  • Live music, Israeli dancing, Let’s Talk Israel tent, Israeli “shuk” market, photo booth, community partner tables
  • Kids activities galore, including bubble tower, train rides, face painting, balloon artist
  • Enjoy food trucks on site or pre-order Kosher box lunches when you register

Special commemorative Israel@70 T-shirts available – supplies are limited so get yours today!

Visit israelcelebratefest.org to register for the event, buy a t-shirt or pre-order your Kosher box lunch.

Happy 70th Birthday Israel!

A special thanks to presenting event sponsors, Michael Staenberg of The Staenberg Group and the Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center.

About Joseph Dubroff

Joseph Dubroff is the Director for External Affairs for JEWISHcolorado. JEWISHcolorado provides a pathway for Coloradans to connect with their Jewish identity and values. We offer diverse, creative and inviting opportunities to embrace all Jews at every age and stage in life. Since 1946, JEWISHcolorado has offered programs and services to unite with the people of Israel and ensure a thriving and lasting Jewish community in Colorado. For more information, visit www.JEWISHcolorado.org.

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