Sukkot Events at the Boulder JCC Await You!

Sukkot, the Jewish harvest festival, is a time of celebration, reflection, and community bonding. An array of exciting Sukkot events at the Boulder JCC promises to make the holiday even more special for family, friends, and loved ones. You are invited and welcome to the amazing lineup of events scheduled at the Boulder JCC.

1. Sukkot on the Farm
Sunday, October 1 | 10 – 11:30 am | $10

Kickstart your Sukkot celebrations with a family adventure at Milk and Honey Farm. Designed for children from newborn to 8 years old and their families, this event offers a heartwarming way to commemorate the Jewish harvest festival. Join in the Sukkah, shake the Lulav, and dive into seasonal farm activities. Feed the animals, savor the farm’s bountiful offerings, and create lasting memories in the beautiful surroundings of the farm. Advance registration is required, and children under 1 years old are free!

2. Sushi in the Sukkah: A Feast for Teens
Thursday, October 5 | 5 – 7 pm | $15

Calling all teens in grades 8 – 12! Roll into Fall by celebrating Sukkot with a delectable sushi feast in the Sukkah. Whether you bring a friend or make new ones, this annual Sushi in the Sukkah party promises to be a memorable gathering. Hosted in partnership with the USY chapter from Bonai Shalom, this event blends tradition with a modern twist. Enjoy sushi, create cherished memories, and embrace the Sukkot spirit.

3. Pizza in the Hut
Thursday, October 5 | 12 – 1:30 pm | $20

Boulder County is known for many things, and its pizza options are no exception. Join fellow community members in the Boulder JCC Sukkah for an evening of culinary delight. This event invites you to put your favorite local pizza places to the test. Discover the top contenders for the title of best pizza in Boulder County while enjoying a casual and friendly Sukkot gathering. Schmooze with friends, both old and new, and celebrate the holiday together.

Join in the Sukkot festivities at the Boulder JCC and let the spirit of the season warm your heart and fill your belly with joy. If you experience issues while registering for Boulder JCC programs or events, please contact Acy Jackson at or call Reception at (303) 998-1900. Everyone is welcome at the Boulder JCC, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, backgroud, etc. The Boulder JCC does not have membership services, you do not need a membership to attend programs or events.

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