Tag Archives: Boulder JCC

Announcing “Amplifying Voices” Series in Partnership with Tucson JCC

The first program in the series features Marc Dollinger speaking about his book, "Black Power, Jewish Politics: Reinventing the Alliance of the 1960s," followed by a Q&A opportunity with Drs. Jerome Dotson and Gil Ribak.

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Managing Adult Emotions in Challenging Times Featuring Rosalind Wiseman

During this time of uncertainty and the anxiety that ensues, Rosalind will discuss how we can better manage our emotions so that we can maintain healthy relationships in all aspects of our lives. October 20th via Zoom.

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Hadassah Presents Readings from “We Are Going To Be Lucky”

Meet Liz Fox and her husband, Sid, as they read excerpts from the WWII letters between her mom and dad. The Zoom presentation on Friday, October 16 is co-sponsored by Boulder Hadassah and the Boulder JCC.

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No Place on Earth: An Incredible Story of Strength and Survival

World caver and explorer, Chris Nicola, shares the incredible story of how five Jewish families survived the Holocaust by taking refuge in a cave for nearly a year and a half - the longest uninterrupted, underground survival experience on record.

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Zoom Presentation of “We Are Going To Be Lucky”

Meet Liz Fox and her husband, Sid, as they read excerpts from the letters between her mom and dad. The Zoom presentation on Friday, October 16 is co-sponsored by Boulder Hadassah and the Boulder JCC.

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Boulder JCC Offering Women’s “Wise Aging” Virtual Discussion Group

The Boulder JCC will offer a Wise Aging discussion group based on the book, "Wise Aging: Living with Joy, Resilience and Spirit” by Rabbi Rachel Cowan and Dr. Linda Thal.

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Author Talk: Linda Kass, “A Ritchie Boy”

Tuesday, October 6, 6:00 – 7:00 pmPresented by ACE at the Boulder JCCIn conversation with Judge Murray Richtel Inspired by her father’s life, Linda Kass shares the little-known account of the Ritchie Boys. The Ritchie Boys were a group of primarily German-speaking, Jewish immigrants who worked in US Army Intelligence …

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Boulder JCC Offering In-Person After-School Kids’ Programs This Fall

Our after-school programs give kids ages 6-13 an opportunity to connect with their peers. From sports to STEAM, there is something for everyone at the JCC this fall. All in-person programs follow the Boulder JCC’s Health and Safety Protocols.

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Boulder JCC Offers Free Virtual Daily Meditation

It doesn’t matter what experience you have or don’t have when it comes to meditation. All are welcome at the daily morning meditation sit being offered virtually by the Boulder JCC.

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Eco-Kashrut: Food, Jews, Justice

Many people think of kosher food as being more “moral” or “clean” than non-kosher food. However, recent exposés have shown that this is not always the case.

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Lunch and Learn: Zero Waste, Recycling, and Composting

It’s likely that over the past few years, you’ve taken steps to reduce your footprint in the world. No doubt you recycle and perhaps you compost as well, but there’s so much more that can be done, simply and easily.

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