Events

Boulder JCC to Offer “A Night at the Catskills”

Join us for a festive pre-Chanukah evening of music, dancing, cabaret, mingling, and more as we recreate the tastes, sounds, and ambiance of the classic New York State “Borsht Belt” clubs of the 1950-60s.

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Post-Midterms Interfaith Panel: Where Do We Go From Here?

Tuesday night: Following the 2022 midterm elections, we convene public leaders from diverse backgrounds to discuss how we can have more constructive dialogue with people who may be dissimilar to us in an effort to advocate for unity over divisive rhetoric.

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Loving Language – Lifting Lives

Words of loving-kindness (Ahavas Chesed) is the focus for this November’s Clean Speech Colorado. Join Yehudis Fishman to share many examples from Torah, Talmud, Mystics, and contemporary sources about how the power of words can lift our spirits even from the darkest places.

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November 16: Solutions for Inclusion in the Israel Defense Forces

"Special in Uniform" is a very unique program, now operating in partnership with Jewish National Fund (JNF), integrating young people with autism and other disabilities into the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and, in turn, into Israeli society.

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Antisemitism Expert to Address Women in Denver Who Support Israel

Women in Denver who support Israel are set to gather at Infinity Park Event Center on Wednesday, December 7, 2022, at 11:30 am to hear from Dr. Rachel Fish, Co-Founder of Boundless Israel Inc., regarding the rise in antisemitism and why the Jewish community and the land and people of Israel’s best days are ahead.

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Know Your Nosh: Food, Jewishness, & Identity

There’s an old joke about Jewish holidays — they tried to kill us, we survived, let’s eat! While there’s some truth to this description of Jewish holidays, this joke also reveals a connection between Jewish food, Jewish politics, Jewish identity, Jewish culture, and even Jewish survival that has taken many forms.

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Alzheimer’s Awareness Series at Boulder JCC Begins This Week

JFS Boulder, the Alzheimer’s Association, and the Boulder JCC are offering several classes around the critical topic of Alzheimer’s. Sessions are free, and participants can join one or all of the classes in-person or virtually.

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Boulder JCC High Holiday Food Drive

Join us in support of the High Holidays Food Drive, benefitting Community Food Share’s ongoing fight against hunger in Boulder and Broomfield Counties.

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Mindful Returning this Holiday Season

The Boulder JCC has begun offering in-person meditation on Thursday mornings from 9 to 9:30 a.m. In these 30 minute sessions there is a short Jewish mindfulness teaching, 18 minutes of silence, several minutes for voluntary sharing, and the reciting of a healing prayer, and Kaddish.

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