Get those costumes ready, Purim is coming!
Join us for this year's Jewish young adult Pour'em Purim Party in the Absolut Lounge at The Exdo Event Center on March 7, 2015 from 8pm-12am, with music and photo booth provided by Amuse Entertainment.
Click the link above to purchase your tickets. Tickets are $10 in advance and will go up to $15 after 4pm on Friday, March 6th. Your ticket includes admission, 1 free drink, and admission to the after-party at Tracks Night Club.
This event is made possible by the Tribe Engagement Network (TEN), a collaborative group of Jewish nonprofits serving adults in their 20's, 30's, and 40's.
TEN Members include: ADL, AIPAC, B'nai B'rith YLN, BMH-BJ, Boulder JCC/Flatiron Tribe, E-3 Events, Hadassah, Hazon, JCC Denver, J Connect, JNFuture, JOI, Judaism Your Way, Mizel Museum, Moishe House, Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society, Temple Emanuel's Hineini Project, and YAD.
Special thanks goes to out Andrew Feinstein, the Exdo Event Center, and Amuse Entertainment for making this event possible.
This year, the Boulder Jewish community is coming together to bring you a Purim party to end all Purim parties! Join us for a night of fun, costumes, and community!
Free and open to all! Costumes are encouraged!
Food and drink are available to purchase from Shine.
7:30 - 8:30: Megilla Reading led by Rabbi Sarah Bracha Gershuny and Rabbi Marc Soloway
8:30 - 1: DJ GetDown, Costume Parade, Live Music, and Ignite Purim
What is Ignite Purim? Do you have a Purim story or skit to share? Can you keep it to 3 minutes? Sign up for Ignite Purim! Email email@example.com.
This event is brought to you by Congregation Bonai Shalom,Congregation Nevei Kodesh - Official Page, Orot Yisrael, and Flatiron Tribe.
B’nai B’rith Announces 2015 Sally R. Schneider Scholarship for New York City-Area Student
B’nai B’rith International will award the annual Sally R. Schneider Scholarship to a deserving Jewish female graduate student in the spring of 2015. Applications are now being accepted.
Sally Schneider, born in Brooklyn in 1919, was a voracious reader and a passionate supporter of Israel who felt strongly that women should be independent and educated. She and her husband, George, were longtime B’nai B’rith members. In 1998, after Sally’s death, the family set up an endowment fund in her name.
This scholarship, of approximately $1,000, will be awarded to an individual from among the applicants meeting the following qualifications:
1) A deserving Jewish female graduate student; 2) In the metropolitan New York area; 3) Currently enrolled in and attending a graduate program (by Jan. 31, 2015) in a field benefiting humankind, including, but not limited to medicine, medical research, education, social work, psychology, chiropractic medicine, nursing, or public health; and 4) The candidate should demonstrate an involvement or interest in Jewish culture.
To apply, please submit a statement (no more than two pages, typed and double-spaced, including home address and email) indicating your qualifications for this scholarship to Ben Simkovich: BSimkovich@bnaibrith.org. For questions, please call 202-857-6657.
Applications must be received by Feb. 15, 2015.
Come learn about the B’nai B’rith International legacy of humanitarian aid in Cuba while supporting our efforts!
The restaurant will donate 10% of the night’s bar tab directly to the Cuban Jewish Relief Project.
WHEN: Thursday, January 29th, 7–9 p.m.
WHERE: Johnny Pistola’s Mexican Taqueria Bar
2333 18th Street NW
Washington, D.C. (Adams Morgan)
$5 admission fee includes a free Tecate
Food & Drink Specials Available:
$3 Tecate, $4 Pacifico, $5 Rails and $6 Guacamole
PLUS Raffle Prize Giveaways:
Purchase tickets on site!
Drawing to be held at event
*Must be present to win