Get Together At JFest: A Month Of Programs And Connection

JFest is the Boulder JCC’s annual celebration of our community culminating in a 36-hour fundraising drive. Throughout the month of February, join us virtually and in person as we offer opportunities for meaningful connection through events like cooking demonstrations with local chefs, a jazz concert, family Shabbat sing, and art workshops. On February 23-24, we hope you will join us in raising essential funds for the Boulder JCC. In joyful and challenging times, we are a home for community and your gift allows us to continue offering connection and support.

JFest highlights include:

The New Jew: Docuseries and Conversation: Watch now, and then join us virtually or in-person on February 14, for a talkback presented in collaboration with the Boulder Jewish Film Festival. The New Jew is a lively new series about an Israeli comedian who takes an eye-opening tour of America. 

Clay Birdhouse Workshop: On February 17, we look to nature for inspiration and delve into the world of texture with ceramic artist Rita Vali. We will make slab-built birdhouses and decorate them using a variety of glazes and textures.

A Taste of Israel Food and Wine Experience: Enjoy an interactive at-home dinner and wine tasting for two from Ash’Kara, as you cook along with Culinary Director Daniel Asher. February 17 from 7 – 8:30 pm.

Jazz Tribute to Freedom, Justice, and Hope at the Boulder JCC: An in-person evening of music featuring a quintet of local music legends on February 22.

We can’t wait to see you at JFest! Visit the full program calendar HERE.

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