Celebrate Sukkot at the Boulder JCC

Join us in the Sukkah at these fun programs for all ages

Sukkot on the Farm
Sunday, October 9
10 – 11:30 am

Bring all the generations of your family to Milk & Honey Farm to celebrate the harvest festival of Sukkot. Spend time in the sukkah, shake the lulav, feed the animals, taste our farm’s bounty, and participate in other seasonal farm activities. This program is geared toward children 0-10 and their caregivers. Advance registration is required.
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Nosh & Network in the Sukkah
Tuesday, October 11
5 – 6:30 pm

Please join us for a night of networking at the Boulder JCC as we celebrate Sukkot. Meet and mingle with other professionals, build your network, and enjoy light appetizers outdoors in our Sukkah.
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New(ish) to Boulder Sukkot Bagel Tasting
Thursday, October 13
11:30 am – 1 pm

What is your favorite bagel in Boulder County? Believe it or not, that is one of the most popular New(ish) to Boulder questions! Join us in the Boulder JCC Sukkah as we put local bagels to the test, shmooze, and celebrate Sukkot together.
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Teen Sushi in the Sukkah
Thursday, October 13
4:30 – 6:30 pm

Join Jewish Culture Club participants for an annual tradition of Sushi in the Sukkah. As it is customary to sit in the Sukkah with friends for a meal, we invite you to join us for games, time with goats, and Hapa Sushi! If you are not currently a part of Jewish Culture Club but wish to attend, you are still welcome to register and join us!
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Women of the J Social in the Sukkah
Tuesday, October 18
6 – 8 pm

Celebrate Sukkot with Women of the J! This fun gathering, in the Boulder JCC Sukkah, is the perfect opportunity to schmooze, see old friends, make new connections, and enjoy treats and drinks.
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