This Week’s Highlighted JFest Social Events

JFest is in full swing at the Boulder JCC this month! There are a number of cultural, family and fitness events for everyone to enjoy while supporting the Boulder JCC. The featured social events will offer great opportunities for people to gather, meet new people and reconnect with friends. Advance registration is recommended for all events at the Boulder JCC. If you need assistance with the registration process please contact 720-749-2536.

Men of the J Hike; Tuesday, February 14 (9 – 11 am)

Hiking in a group setting offers a number of benefits, including increased safety, motivation, and social interaction. By hiking with others, you have the opportunity to share experiences, encourage one another, and provide support during more challenging portions of the trail. Whether you’re a seasoned hiker or just starting out, Men of the J hikes are for you! Men of the J is a new affinity group at the Boulder JCC that brings together men of all ages and backgrounds to participate in a variety events in the Boulder area. This monthly hike varies in distance and difficulty, and the location will be shared upon registration. Register Here.

Pub Trivia; Thursday, February 16 (6:30 – 9:30 pm)

Playing pub trivia is a fun and social way to test your knowledge and challenge yourself! Whether you are alone or with friends, pub trivia can be a great way to spend an evening out, to meet new people, and to enjoy a few drinks. If you haven’t played before, pub trivia involves teams answering questions on a variety of subjects; including history, geography, pop culture, general knowledge, and so much more. Usually read aloud by a host, the questions are presented and teams have a set amount of time to write down their answers. The team with the most correct answers at the end of the night wins a prize! Meet us at the Boulder JCC for a night of pub trivia! Food provided by Illegal Pete’s, hosted by Greg Studley, drinks offered, 21 years and up! Register Here.

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