For the first time, the Boulder Jewish Festival is part of Colorado Gives Day!
This is so neat! Our appreciation to the Boulder County commissioners for allowing the BuffVision team to set up the camera and make this a reality. Check it out!
What a great day!
The Carousel of Happiness – with a twirling girl topper inspired by a Festival photo – opens on Saturday in Nederland.
At any given time, there are more Jews not affiliated with the Jewish community than actively involved. To address this need for outreach to unengaged Jews, the Jewish Outreach Institute (JOI) has formed the Big Tent Judaism Coalition. The Coalition gives a voice to Jewish organizations that desire to be open and welcoming to all […]
Nice article and pix at examiner.com! http://tinyurl.com/BoulderJewishFestival2009
Photo by Cliff Grassmick. This is one of our favorite stories from Festivals past. From the Daily Camera: Eliana Dreyfus, holding a ground breaking shovel, looks at the photo taken of her 9-years ago. Eliana Dreyfus, the famous “twirling girl,” attended the ground breaking for the Carousel of Happiness in Nederland on July 26, 2008. […]
Several long-time friends of the Boulder Jewish Festival will be holding an open house on Sunday, May 31, at the Center for Spiritual Friendship. See the full story in the Longmont Times-Call. Rabbis Nadya and Victor Gross of Pardes Levavot (a Festival sponsor) and Rabbi Ori Har will also be in the Rabbi-Palooza at this […]
The Colorado Agency for Jewish Education is pleased to receive applications for the Cathy Adler Memorial Scholarship. Adler was a co-founder of the Boulder Jewish Festival and a teacher at Boulder’s Congregation Bonai Shalom. She was much beloved by both her students and her fellow teachers. The scholarship is designed to help teachers attend workshops, […]
The Boulder Jewish Festival was created in 1995 by 2 women, Susan Kramer and Cathy Adler (of blessed memory). Both had been asked to work on an Israel Independence Day celebration for Congregation Bonai Shalom. (click title of post to read more)