Connect With Your Community at the Upcoming 2023 Boulder Jewish Festival

The 2023 Boulder Jewish Festival is scheduled for Sunday, June 4 at the Pearl Street Mall in front of the Court House. The Festival is a celebration of Jewish arts, culture, music and food, as well as free and open to the whole community. 

One of the highlights of the festival are the community organizations represented at tents on the Courthouse Lawn. The community tents are spaces where participants can connect with the Boulder  Jewish community. Designed so can you make familiar connections or make new ones with organizations you didn’t know existed, these organizations will be present to offer a safe, nonjudgmental space where folks of all backgrounds can connect. 

“People are at all different stages and places in their connection to the organized Jewish Community,” says Joy Alice Eisenhauer, Boulder Jewish Festival Director.  “Maybe you are interested in learning about a congregation in your area, Jewish learning, or finding a Jewish camp for your children. All of these Jewish organizations are in one place.”

Organizations at the Festival this year include:

  • Adventure Rabbi
  • Anti-Defamation League (ADL)
  • Congregation B’nai Torah
  • Beth Ami Colorado Congregation for Humanistic Judaism
  • Boulder Center for Judaism
  • Boulder JCC
  • Boulder Jewish News
  • Chabad Center at University of Colorado
  • Chabad Jewish Center of Longmont
  • Congregation Bonai Shalom 
  • Congregation Har Hashem 
  • Congregation Nevei Kodesh
  • Hadassah – Boulder Chapter
  • Jewish Family Service (JSF)
  • Jewish Genealogy Society of Colorado
  • Jewish National Fund (JNF)
  • JEWISHcolorado
  • Longmont Shabbat Group
  • Chabad of NW Metro Denver

“In addition to learning about what the organizations have to offer, we have asked all the organizations to bring an activity for kids and families. It is a way to engage with other people at each tent with representatives at the organization.” said Joy Alice Eisenhauer.

The Boulder Jewish Festival is free and open to everyone in the community at the Pearl Street Mall from 11 am-5 pm on Sunday, June 4. For more information www.boulderjcc.org/boulderjewishfestival

 

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