New(ish) To Boulder – Get Connected to Your Community!

Are you New to Boulder? Thinking about moving to Boulder? Looking to connect to the Boulder community in a new way? The Boulder JCC Welcoming Team is here to help you. 

Whether you moved to Boulder a few weeks or a few years ago, join us for the next New(ish) to Boulder Zoom Call on Friday, October 22 and Friday, November 5 from 10:30 – 11:30 am MST.  The New(ish) to Boulder Zoom gathering meets twice a month to connect new folks, and to help you with resources and questions. 

Boulder JCC Executive Director, Jonathan Lev, will be joining us on the Friday, October 22 call. With the JCC celebrating five years on our current campus, Jonathan will reflect on the past five years and share dreams for the future. There will be time for you to ask questions. Click here to register for the October 22 call. 

On the November 5 call, Jennifer Banyan, the new Director of Jewish Family Service (JFS) in Boulder, will join us. She will talk about what JFS offers in Boulder and the many ways to get involved. Jennifer will also answer any questions. Click here to register for the November 5 call.  

For an immediate connection to our staff complete the New to Boulder form and we’ll point you in the right direction. We can assist you with any questions that you have about the Boulder Jewish community and provide you with the resources you need. 

For more information on these programs and the Boulder JCC, please contact Shari Blake Schnee at shari@boulderjcc.org.

About Shari Schnee

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

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