Immerse Yourself in Soap Making at the Boulder JCC

Want to be more involved in hands-on DIY projects related to the environment and sustainability? The Boulder JCC’s Milk and Honey Farm is offering an amazing class for the community to be involved in crafting, community, and sustainability. 

“Before COVID, our team at the farm offered many opportunities for hands-on learning,” said Farm and Sustainability Director, Becca Gan Levy. “DIY or hands-on learning to make pickles and lip balm provided a great opportunity to come together and learn a new skill. You also always got to take the project home. We are excited to be bringing these themes back through this Soap Making class.”

On Wednesday, October 25 Farmers Rachel and Becca will teach cold-process soap making. In this hands-on workshop, you will learn the coveted recipe for moisturizing and luscious Milk and Honey Farm soap using goat milk, beeswax, and dried herbs from the farm. Participants will leave the class with the soap you made and the know-how to make it at home. Perfect for holiday gifts and events happening during the winter seasons! 

All Boulder JCC programs are open to everyone, regardless of religious affiliation.  You do not need to be Jewish to participate. There is no membership requirement to participate in Boulder JCC programs.  

Advance registration is always encouraged for programs at the Boulder JCC.  Using a computer rather than your mobile device will make the registration process easier for you. For registration support call 303-998-1900 or contact Acy Jackson

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