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The J’s Got Talent: A Teen Chanukah Celebration

Come one, come all for the Boulder Jewish Teen Initiative’s (BJTI) Chanukah Celebration! On Wednesday, December 11 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm, the Boulder JCC will be transformed into a glamorous venue for a teens-only Chanukah Celebration. Walk down the red carpet in your fancy garb and enjoy the evening with your friends. 

The Social Programming Committee of BJTI has planned and organized an exciting evening of entertainment and feasting. The highlight of the night, the Talent Show, will feature local teens showcasing their skills, be it as dancers, comedians, or musicians. 

OPEN CALL: There’s still time to sign up as a performer for the talent show. Interested? Email Shayna.Hamburg@boulderjcc.org

Throughout the evening, there will be much feasting. At the donut bar, take your pick of toppings (think caramel sauce, chocolate sauces, sprinkles, and more) and then stop by the cookie-decorating station to explore your creative side and design your own cookie. There will also be latkes and hot chocolate. 

Teens from all over Boulder County and beyond will gather for this celebration. Two years ago, on the first edition of the celebration, over 40 teens gathered to share their talents with friends. Fully created, planned, and emceed by teens, this is a must-attend Chanukah celebration. 

The J’s Got Talent: A Teen Chanukah Celebration
Wednesday, December 11
5:30 – 7:30 pm
$10 in advance, $18 at the door
REGISTER HERE

About Kai Murga Canales

Kai Murga Canales is the Assistant 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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