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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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“Standing Against Hate” Town Hall on Monday

Boulder County District Attorney Michael Dougherty will make a presentation about the current climate in Boulder County, followed by a panel discussion about hate speech, how to respond to it, and the impact of hate speech/crimes on our community at the Boulder JCC on Monday, February 12.

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Cultivating Coexistence and Hope: Arava Institute Visits Boulder

The Arava Institute for Environmental Studies may be familiar to many folks in Boulder County because of the Israel Ride, an annual 5-day bike ride from Jerusalem to Eilat.  Rabbi Marc Soloway, of Congregation Bonai Shalom, has participated in the Israel Ride three times.  “Each time I participated in the …

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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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Chanukah Celebrations for Kids and Teens

The Boulder JCC is excited to celebrate Chanukah with you and your family. Please join us for one of our upcoming activities for families and teens Saturday December 9 and Sunday December 10.

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