Connect to the Community Tonight!

Meet your neighbors and learn more about Jewish life in Boulder at a fun summertime gathering! Whether you moved to Boulder a few weeks ago or a few years ago, the Boulder JCC Welcoming Committee invites you to their Shalom Boulder event on Wednesday, July 17 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at the Boulder JCC.

Shalom Boulder is a fun, free, and low-stress way to find out more about Jewish life in Boulder. Come and enjoy beer and wine, cheese and crackers, and fresh produce harvested from the JCC’s Milk and Honey Farm while connecting with others who are also new to the area or who are looking to become more active within the Jewish community. Information about upcoming local events, community organizations, and other opportunities to get involved will be readily available. All are welcome to get their questions about Jewish life in the foothills answered!

If you plan to attend this event, please REGISTER HERE (and don’t forget to bring a valid ID).

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