Easter and the beginning of Passover are just days away. These occasions are important to many in our community, and there are several excellent events in Boulder for those who celebrate. If you’re interested in attending Easter or Passover events in our incredible city, take a look at a few of the options I share here:
Pesach at Boulder County Center For Judaism
When: April 5
Where: Boulder County Center for Judaism
If you are looking for a traditional Seder, consider participating in Pesach at Boulder County Center for Judaism. Attendees will enjoy catered dinner, handmade Matzah, a selection of wines and Yom Tov candle lighting ceremony followed by inspirational thoughts on Pesach Seder. If you’d like to attend, please RSVP here.
The Well Easter Egg Hunt
When: April 8 at 10am
Where: Pearl Street
If you have little ones who are looking forward to an egg hunt, you can join the fun on Pearl Street for The Well Easter Egg Hunt. The festivities will begin at 10 am on Saturday, April 8th on the lawn of the historic Boulder County Courthouse. No RSVP required!
Passover on the Farm
When: April 9 at 10am
Where: Milk and Honey Farm
The Boulder Jewish Community Center invites you to celebrate Passover on the Farm. This special event will take place at Milk and Honey Farm on April 9 from 10-11:30 am. During this exploration of Passover, participants will create the Seder plate with fresh ingredients and have an opportunity to visit the farm animals. Registration is required.
Brunch at St Julien
When: April 9 at 10:30 am
Where: The Xanadu Ballroom at the St Julien
Dining at St Julien is always a treat. On Easter Sunday, the hotel is opening the Xanadu Ballroom for a lavish brunch. The menu will include a carving station, raw bar, omelet station, dessert table, and bottomless mimosas and bloody marys. Space is limited, and you can make your reservations online.
If you’re looking forward to celebrating Easter or Passover with the community, Boulder has great options for you. The events highlighted here are just a snapshot of what’s going on in our city, and there are many more festivities happening throughout Boulder County. For those who celebrate, I wish you a Happy Easter and Chag Pesach Sameach.