Boulder Jewish Festival and Boulder Pride Share Downtown Boulder for Celebrations on June 12

The Boulder Jewish Festival will be held in front of the Courthouse on the Pearl Street Mall on Sunday, June 12 from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm. The annual event highlights Jewish culture through art, food, music, and our dedicated community organizations. Learn more at BOULDERJCC.ORG/BOULDERJEWISHFESTIVAL

This year, the Boulder Jewish Festival coincides with Boulder Pride Week Celebrations.  

Out Boulder is the organizer of Pride events throughout the county. There will be a variety of events throughout Boulder County starting on June 6 and wrapping up with the Longmont Pride Festival on Saturday, June 11, and the Boulder Pride Festival on Sunday, June 12. The Pride Festival in Boulder will take place in Boulder Central Park and the Boulder Bandshell (1212 Canyon Blvd) from 11:30 am – 6:30 pm. There will also be musical performances, community partners sharing information, Pride merchandise, and other vendors. Learn more at  

“We are thrilled that both festivals are on the same day, just blocks away from each other,” said Jonathan Lev, Executive Director of the Boulder JCC. “We have had a longstanding relationship with Out Boulder and are proud of the work we have done together. Both of our organizations are committed to supporting the community and making Boulder County a more inclusive and welcoming space. We hope that folks will visit both festivals to support and learn from one another and celebrate.” 

“The Boulder Jewish Community Center is a valued partner of Out Boulder County. It is a great opportunity for our communities to attend and enjoy both festivals on June 12 and celebrate the intersections of our communities,” said Mardi Moore, Executive Director of Out Boulder County

Both events are open and free to the entire community.

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