Join the Boulder JCC for the Great Big Challah Bake

Women from all around the world will gather together at the Boulder JCC on Wednesday, November 13 for an evening of Challah Baking, fun, and conversation.

Baking together with 300+ women is an amazing, empowering, and inspiring event. It is also a great opportunity to invite someone new to join you or to bring a family member. Ages 10 and older are welcome.

Want to help out with the Great Big Challah Bake? The Challah Bake is a big undertaking and we are expecting over 300 attendees this year! Volunteer slots are available from Sunday, November 10 – Wednesday, November 13. Sign-up to volunteer here. Your help is greatly appreciated.

In addition, Women of the J, in conjunction with Channel Maven, is sponsoring the annual Baby Clothing and Winter Coat drive to benefit There With Care. Please drop your donations off at the Challah Bake or anytime between Nov 1 – Dec 3 in the designated Boulder JCC lobby bins!

For more information on the Challah Bake, click here. Please register early, as this event will sell out!

WHAT: Great Big Challah Bake
WHEN: Wednesday, November 13 at 6pm
WHERE: Boulder JCC, 6007 Oreg Ave, Boulder, CO
CONTACT: Shari Blake Schnee, 303-998-1900

We are proud to use higher welfare eggs sponsored by Hazon. Our other sponsors include Moe’s Broadway Bagels, Eldorado Natural Spring Water, and Home Smart: Debbie Garelick.

The Challah Bake, sponsored by the Women of the J at the Boulder JCC, is part of The Shabbat Project.

About Shari Schnee

Shari Blake Schnee is the Shalom Family and Camp Director at the Boulder Jewish Community Center (BJCC).

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