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Camp Day Sampler Session at Har HaShem

Do you know a kid who would like to attend Jewish summer camp in Boulder?

You are invited to attend – along with your kids – a special “CAMP DAY at Har HaShem” and information session this Sunday, April 3rd.

Join us for a taste of what summer camp is like at Har HaShem for kids entering 1st through 5th grades. Bring your kids or grandkids, and tell your relatives, neighbors, and friends! Membership in the synagogue is not required in order to attend.

K-2nd Grade: 9-10 AM – North Building Sanctuary, 3950 Baseline Road
3-4th Grade: 10-11 AM – North Building Sanctuary, 3950 Baseline Road

Six one-week sessions run June 6th to July 14th ending with an all-camp overnight July 14-15th.

Get the overnight free if you register for the Early Bird Discount deadline by April 8th.

Entering its 7th season, Keitanat Har HaShem is led by experienced educators and wildly fun directors Caroline Saliman and Leah Boonin. Days are filled with ruach, fun, music, and more!

Activities include swimming and water play, sports and games, storytelling, music and art, field trips and Judaics. Each day begins with prayer and songs, and every week includes time with the rabbis, challah baking, and a mitzvah project.

Limited financial aid is available if requested prior to April 15th. For session dates, hours, costs, and to register online, visit www.CampHarHashem.org or contact camp@harhashem.org.

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