Latkes and Lights to Celebrate Chanukah – 3 Great Events

The Boulder JCC is excited to offer several opportunities for adults to come together to celebrate the Festival of Lights. 

Chanukah on Pearl, Monday, December 11 on the Pearl Street Mall 

This annual Community Menorah Lighting is held on the 1300 block of the Pearl Street Mall. It is open to the entire community and has become a holiday tradition for many years.  The fun starts at 5:30 pm. The festivities include the Menorah lighting, music by Steve Brodsky, sufganiyot, latkes, hot chocolate, and more. This event is co-sponsored by the Boulder County Center for Judaism. 

Nosh & Network Chanukah Party Tuesday, December 12 at the Boulder JCC

Nosh & Network is a business networking group that meets virtually every month and quarterly in person.  Hiring or looking for a new job- this is a great opportunity to make connections. This festive gathering will allow you to meet and mingle with other professionals and enjoy light appetizers, including latkes!  We will light the menorah together and celebrate the sixth night of Chanukah. 

Women & Men of the J Chanukah Party Wednesday, December 13 at a local craft brewery

Our first Chanukah Party for adults (21+)  will be held at a local East Boulder brewery.  Put on your ugly Chanukah Sweater and warm up your dreidel spinning arm.  We will light the menorah together and celebrate the seventh night of the holiday while enjoying delicious fried foods and adult beverages. Bring your friends and we’ll play some games to give everyone a chance to meet new people. The locale will be shared with registered participants. 

Advance registration is always recommended 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  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. 

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