Weekly Update Newsletter

arts, culture & jewish life | aquatics | camp, youth & teens | construction updates
Did you know?

Happy 140th Birthday Colorado!

On August 1, 1876, Colorado became the 38th state. Colorado is ranked 8th in size and 22nd in population. The highest point is Mount Elbert, the lowest is Arikaree River. While many are familiar with the Blue Spruce as our state tree, and the Rocky Mountain Columbine as our flower, did you know we have an official state tartan?


Arts, Culture & Jewish Life

Midsummer Night's Dream

Oh what fools these mortals be!

Playing August 3 – 7

Wolf Theatre Academy actors have been soaking up the world of Shakespeare as they prepare to tackle one of the Bard’s most beloved plays, A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

A fantastical, darkly playful game of love, mistaken identity and supernatural forces will have audiences delighting in the language and movement of this classic.

Buy your tickets today!


Lifeguard Training

American Red Cross Lifeguard Training

Learn the skills needed to prevent, recognize, and respond to aquatic emergencies. With this certification, you will be able to work as a professional lifeguard at most swimming facilities including The J!

Register online or call 303.316.6300.

Camp, Youth & Teens


Boker Tov to Camp Shai!

Curious about all the singing you hear around the JCC? Seeing a lot of smiling camper faces? Camp Shai and Shai Sports has been an absolute blast! Want to learn more? Check out our Friday Shabbat message written by none other than our fabulous Camp Shai Director, Abby Kaufman! We have two more amazing weeks, but we never want summer to end!

Construction Updates


Capital Campaign on Hold. Parking Lot Construction Continues.

JCC Board Chair, Scott Reisch, wrote in a letter to members this week that the Capital Campaign is being put on hold indefinitely. Read the full message here.

In lighter news, the construction on the lower parking lot, and the 98 new spaces it will bring, continues. Construction is scheduled to be completed by early Fall.