Boulder JCC Announces Second Outdoor Feature Film, “When Harry Met Sally” July 8th

Come enjoy this quirky romantic comedy amongst friends on our big screen with crisp 4K picture and dynamic sound. Bring a chair or blanket, a picnic dinner, or enjoy food from one of our amazing vendors that will be on-site for the evening:  

Rye Society will be serving up their famous sandwiches (pastrami and corned beef), along with their vegetarian Feel Good Bowl 

The Village Nosh will be offering their homestyle rugelach, cookies, and challah 

Pint’s Peak – Ice Cream: Elevated will be there to keep us cool with their delicious ice cream

Bibamba Artisan Chocolates will be sampling their premium dark chocolates

You can also make this a double feature by adding a tour of Milk and Honey Farm to your evening. Two tour options are offered before the start of each film and you can register when you purchase your movie tickets.

About the film:

The age-old argument about whether men and women can ever truly be strictly platonic friends is tackled by the great Nora Ephron in this classic romantic comedy starring Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal. Famed for coining the term “high maintenance” and the infamous line — “I’ll have what she’s having” — “When Harry Met Sally” is as heartwarming and hilarious as ever. 


7:15 pm: Parking opens

7:15 & 7:45 pm: Milk and Honey Farm Tours (see below for information)

7:15 – 8:45 pm: Purchase food and snacks from Rye Society, The Village Nosh and Pint’s Peak – Ice Cream

8:30 pm: Welcome

8:45 pm: Film starts 

The cost is $9 per person, with no additional charge for the farm tour. 

Advanced registration is required, so REGISTER HERE. Parking information and the Boulder JCC’s health and safety protocols will be emailed to registered attendees. 

This event will be held in-person at the Boulder JCC following all of our Health & Safety Protocols. Please familiarize yourself with these protocols prior to the event. 

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