Events

Women of the J and Hadassah Present Maj & Mingle

Women of the J and Hadassah Present Maj & Mingle

Hadassah and Women of the J are excited to introduce Mah Jongg at the Maj & Mingle program on Thursday, May 4, 2023 at the Boulder JCC. Come with a foursome or play with new friends. Need a lesson? We will have instructors on-hand to provide insight.

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‘A Vanished World’: Yom HaShoah Lecture 2023/5783 at Boulder JCC

‘A Vanished World’: Yom HaShoah Lecture 2023/5783 at Boulder JCC

The Nazi campaign of annihilation during WW II targeted not only Jewish lives but also Jewish cultural heritage and traditions. In her presentation, Prof. Dorota Glowacka will focus on Hitler’s deliberate destruction of Eastern European Jewish cultural and religious institutions, literature, and language.

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Save the Date: Boulder Jewish Festival on June 4

Save the Date: Boulder Jewish Festival on June 4

This free annual event features a full day of festivities, including bands and performances, a Jewish food festival, a curated marketplace showcasing fine art and Judaica, and family-friendly activities provided by our community organizations.

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Pause and Action Community Grief Town Hall

Pause and Action Community Grief Town Hall

The Boulder community has been struck by many recent tragedies. When communities are faced with compounding crises, it can be helpful to take a pause and offer space for grief and healing.

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Hope and Grief in the Age of Climate Change: Queer Disability Politics and Ancient Jewish Story

Hope and Grief in the Age of Climate Change: Queer Disability Politics and Ancient Jewish Story

Can Jewish text and tradition offer resources for navigating the emotional terrain of climate change? In her presentation, Prof. Watts Belser will examine ancient and contemporary stories about Jonah, the biblical prophet who famously turned away from God’s call.  

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First Friday: Why Holocaust Education Matters for US Foreign Policy

First Friday: Why Holocaust Education Matters for US Foreign Policy

Come join us at Bonai Shalom on March 3rd when Special Envoy Ellen Germain talks about diplomatic efforts in these areas past and present and how knowledge and understanding of the Holocaust informs current U.S. foreign policy.

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Celebrate the Boulder JCC at the JFest Party!

Celebrate the Boulder JCC at the JFest Party!

JFest wraps up with an in-person celebration party on Saturday, February 25. No more assigned-seated dinner, long program, or paddle raise! Rather, this new, community-centric way of fundraising focuses on what best fits our unique and growing organization. Everyone is welcome to attend this party!

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