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Boulder Arts & Crafts Gallery, an artist cooperative since 1971, celebrates the Jewish Holidays with all things colorful. The 2009 Judaica Show runs through January 10. Click for more info about local artists in the show.

Judaica Show at Boulder Arts and Crafts Coop

Boulder Arts & Crafts Gallery, an artist cooperative since 1971, celebrates the Jewish Holidays with all things colorful. The show features stunning menorahs, whimsical travel menorahs, glittery jewelry, hand-colored prints for your walls, polished glass mezuzahs, dreidels of all sorts, and festival ware to reflect your holiday spirit. Click here to see some of the highlights of this year’s show.

yadOne of the few local artists featured in the show is Brian Seigal, who handcrafts yad (torah pointers) out of wood and sterling silver. Other local favorites include Arel Mishory and Ilona Fried.

Boulder Arts and Crafts Coop highlights reading & crafts at our Holiday Reception on Sunday, December 13th,6th from 3-5 pm. Bring the kids, 5 and older, to make a laminated bookmark.  Delectable light refreshments offered as always. The show runs from November 25th through January 10th, 2010. 1421 Pearl Street Mall in Boulder, CO. A portion of all proceeds from sales will be donated as a fundraiser for the Boulder Jewish Community Center.

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They call me "NewsHound Too," because I'm sniffing out stories all over the Boulder area. My buddies know me as "Rocky." I love Jewish holidays because the food is GREAT, especially the brisket. Well all the food. I was adopted from the Humane Society of Boulder Valley and have many friends there also looking for homes.

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