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Annual Family Shabbat Hike at Chautauqua

Join Congregation Har HaShem for a special Shabbat Mishpacha program starting at Chautauqua Park this Saturday, May 19th from 10:30 am to noon. Take an easy hike to the Bluebell Shelter and participate in a short service with Rabbi Josh Rose!

Led by Marcia Seigal, Shabbat Mishpacha is the original Saturday morning Shabbat program in Boulder for kids ages 2-7 and their families with age-appropriate activities for children. Geared for preschoolers through first graders and their families, everyone will enjoy celebrating Shabbat together while making new friends in this warm and spirited environment!

This program is open to everyone! There is no cost to attend, and siblings of any age are welcome. Please bring water, snacks, sunscreen, and good hiking shoes. Jogging strollers are welcome.

Reservations are mandatory by May 17th. Email shabbatmish@congregationharhashem.org or call (303) 499-7077 ext. 14. Space is limited due to open space regulations. Provide an email address so you can be notified in the event of a weather cancellation.

Chautauqua Park is located in Boulder at 9th and Baseline. Meet at the Ranger Station located at the top of the first parking lot on the right just past the park entrance. Arrive early to ensure a parking spot!

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