Get Ready for Passover at the Colorado Jewish Food Fest

Get ready for Passover this year at the Colorado Jewish Food Fest on Sunday, April 7th. From the Passover Desserts Competition, to Charoset Tasting and Seder Plate Activism, to Passover on the Farm activities for families with young children, you’ll find something for everyone.

The Passover Desserts Competition will be split into three categories: Traditional, Paleo, and Vegan. If you’d like to compete, you can indicate your interest on the registration form for Food Fest or by emailing FarmerBecca@boulderjcc.org. Up to 100 Food Fest participants will have the opportunity to judge the contest from 12:00 – 1:00 pm based on a first come, first served basis.

During the Do-It-Yourself Extravaganza, there will be multiple interactive activities about Passover. Taste charosets from around the world, wild and cultivated spring herbs, and learn about the many ways you can bring 21st century awareness to your seder.

For one hour, from 10:30 – 11:30 am, we’ll host a dedicated exploration of Passover and spring at Milk and Honey Farm (weather permitting) for children under 6 and their families. Participants will get to taste herbs on the farm, make mud and clay wildflower seed balls, and play with the goats and chickens. Pre-registration is a must for this program and space is limited.

We can’t wait to see you there! Remember to pre-register, as the at-the-door ticket price is double the $5 pre-registration price.

Colorado Jewish Food Fest
Boulder JCC
6007 Oreg Ave
Sunday, April 7, 2019
10:00 am – 2:00 pm

About Kai Murga Canales

Kai Murga-Canales is the Director of Marketing and Communications at the Boulder JCC. Originally from Miami, Kai moved to Boulder from Atlanta, where he worked for the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta and Limmud Atlanta + Southeast.

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