Play It Again, Sam, at the Boulder JCC


Films will be shown outside, in-person, and under the stars, on the big screen with crisp 4K picture and dynamic sound. Bring your blankets, camping chairs, food, and drink (please no alcohol or glass containers), and enjoy a relaxing evening of cinema entertainment.

Make the night a double feature by adding a tour of the beautiful Milk and Honey Farm to your evening. The tour will be offered before the start of the film, and you can register when you purchase your movie tickets. Note that availability for the tour is limited. 

August 26: “Casablanca

Academy Award winners Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman light up the screen in one of the most enduring romances in movie history— “Casablanca.” Rick Blaine (Bogart) plays a cynical expatriate American cafe owner who struggles to decide whether to help his former lover and her fugitive husband escape the Nazis in French Morocco. This film inevitably appears on every list of “films you must see” and is among the fifty highest-rated movies by IMDb’s users.

Schedule:

6:30 PM: Parking opens — and food and games begin!

7:00 PM: Tour our Milk and Honey Farm

7:45 PM: Welcome

8:00 PM: Film starts. Run time is 1:42.

Joining us for the evening: 

Pint’s Peak: Ice Cream Elevated

The Village Nosh (where you can pre-order your Holiday challah and honey cake)

Advanced registration is required, so please REGISTER HERE for both the film and the optional farm tour. 

The cost of this film is $9. Note that in order to make our programs accessible to all, we are happy to assist anyone with a financial need. Please contact Jodi Zicklin at jodi@boulderjcc.org

Details regarding parking, check-in, and COVID-related protocols will be included with your confirmation email.

About ACE at the Boulder JCC

Check Also

Colorado Hebrew Chorale to Participate in Heart for the Holy Days Program

The Colorado Hebrew Chorale and Kol Nashim will be participating in the 5th annual “Heart for the Holy Days” program at the Park Hill United Methodist Church on Wednesday, December 8.

Lifting Up: Art Expression Beyond Boulder

Jacqueline Zilberberg, a Venezuelan Jewish photographer, whose own country was in free fall, took to the streets of New York City to reinvent herself and her art during the Pandemic.