Arts & Culture

Turn Up The Heat: Glassblowing for Teens

Are you searching for an artistic outlet for your teen that goes beyond the conventional? The "Turn Up the Heat: Glassblowing for Teens" class offers a unique opportunity for teens to explore the captivating world of glassblowing and express their creativity in an unconventional medium. Class starts Thursday, April 11.

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Prominent Israeli Historian on the German Jewish Experience in the Third Reich

World map showing various distances from Berlin

The campus and general community are invited to a discussion of the path-breaking work on the German Jewish experience in the Third Reich by Professor Guy Miron (Open University, Israel) on 4/15.

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Movies & Torah: Who Knew!!!

Before Yehudis gives a talk at the Boulder JCC on Monday, March 11 at 7 p.m. on her new book "Garden of Time," we had the chance to tap into some of her Hollywood wisdom before the March 10th Oscar ceremony.

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Ladino Music Concert Planned for March

Ladino, also known as Judeo-Spanish, is a Romance language with roots in medieval Spanish spoken by Sephardic Jews. Evolving over centuries, Ladino incorporates elements of Hebrew, Arabic, and Spanish.  It developed similarly to Yiddish but in a different region of the globe. Yiddish originated among Ashkenazi Jews in Central and …

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L’Dor V’Dor Art Program

Fraser Senior Living honors generational wisdom by engaging volunteers and elders in art history and creation, fostering tender, heartwarming exchanges that inspire a more peaceful, loving future.

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Filling in the Jewish Gaps Left by “Maestro”

Kathryn Bernheimer reviews "Maestro" - and will facilitate a discussion on January 28 at the Boulder JCC, along with the screening of "Leonard Bernstein and the Israel Philharmonic"

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Lifelong Learning Classes Set for Winter 2024

The Boulder JCC hosted an Open House for Winter 2024 term with over 75 attendees. The term will offer diverse classes beginning January 2024, including studies on the Colorado River, short plays evolution, cosmology, and the Roosevelts' influence on American liberalism.

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