Boulder is a diverse community with residents of many backgrounds. With Passover (April 15-23) and Easter (April 17) on the horizon, you may be interested in attending events of celebration or picking up provisions to honor the occasion. Here’s a look at the upcoming gatherings for these holidays in Boulder:
April 12: Charoset From Around the World: Virtual Cooking Class
Looking for new recipes to include in your Seder? On Tuesday, April 12 from 6:30-7:30 pm, join the Peress family, Daisy Saragoussi, Debbie Garelick, and Eti Young for a virtual cooking class that explores delicious Passover cuisine. The course will cover flavorful recipes including Israeli and Greek charoset. If you’re interested in attending, be sure to register online.
April 15 and 16: Community Seder at Chabad House
Rohr Chabad Center at the University of Colorado welcomes community members to a Seder on April 15 at 7:15 pm and/or April 16 at 7:30 pm. This Seder will feature fine wines, a four-course brisket dinner, and delicious Matzot made by hand. RSVPs are required, so please visit this website for more information.
April 17: Easter Brunch and Egg Hunt at St Julien Hotel and Spa
On April 17, St Julien Hotel and Spa is hosting a brunch and egg hunt for the community. Guests will have the opportunity to enjoy a wide selection of dishes, from hot and cold buffet options to a carving station and eggs made-to-order. Egg hunts (all ages welcome!) commence at 11:45 am and 2:00 pm. To reserve your tickets, please visit this site.
April 17: Easter in Art at Dairy Arts Center
Dairy Arts Center is showing an exhibition on screen of Easter in Art on April 17 and April 19 at 1:00 pm. The historical significance of Easter has been depicted by the world’s greatest artists, and this showing touches on works from Christianity’s origins to the present day.
April 17: An Easter Wonder Walk at the StarHouse
Easter takes place during a beautiful time of year, so revel in the beauty of springtime at the StarHouse on Easter Sunday. The StarHouse is dedicated to honoring the otherworldly connection between the land, stars, and human beings, and serves as the perfect location for a nature walk. During the Easter Wonder Walk, you and your fellow travelers will explore the world around you and allow your senses to lead the way. If you’d like to attend, reserve your spot here.
Several Boulder-area restaurants offer Passover catering, including convenient meal kits. Ash’Kara Boulder, A Spice of Life, and Rosenberg’s Bagels and Delicatessen have excellent Passover fare available, from a la carte items to customizable Seder kits for up to six guests.
When you live in Boulder, there’s always something exciting going on. Our remarkable community is home to individuals from all walks of life, and there are an abundance of ways to celebrate both Easter and Passover.