Celebrate Israel in Boulder

JEWISHcolorado is celebrating Israel in Boulder this week with two events: a drive-thru Activity Kit pick-up at the Boulder JCC on Friday, April 30th, and a picnic in the park on Sunday, May 2. Register for an Activity Kit, grab your loved ones, and get ready for a Covid-safe festival!

Activity Kit Pick Up | Friday, April 30 | 1:00–3:00 pm MDT

Pick up your Celebrate Israel Activity Kit and Celebrate safely at home.

  • Activity Kits are available for contactless drive-thru pick up at the Boulder JCC, in the southern part of the parking lot
  • Enter the JCC parking lot from Oreg Avenue, closest to Cherryvale Road, and exit onto Julie’s Way

If you are an ECC parent or cannot pick up your kit between 1:00-3:00 pm, please email nancy.lipsey@boulderjcc.org.

Activity kits include:

  • Israeli flags
  • Blue & white balloons, ribbon, crepe paper
  • Stickers & temporary tattoos
  • Sidewalk chalk
  • Coloring sheets & puzzles
  • Scavenger hunt instructions
  • & more…!

Kits are limited | Registration required

A picnic in the park | Sunday, May 2 | 5:00 pm MDT

Join our community shaliach Itai Divinsky and his family for a picnic, games, and music.

  • Please BYOP(icnic); food will not be provided
  • Don’t forget to wear your mask and show your colors! Wear blue & white or a Celebrate Israel t-shirt from years past

Questions? Please contact Itai Divinsky at idivinsky@jewishcolorado.org.

Registration required | Space is limited

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They call me "NewsHound IV," because I'm a clever Finnegan, sniffing out stories all over the Boulder area. I love Jewish holidays because the food is GREAT, especially the brisket. Well all the food. I was a rescue pup and glad to be on the scent!

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