Home / Jewish Life / Holidays / Sukkot / Jewish Community-Wide Farm Day

Jewish Community-Wide Farm Day

Come meet Old MacDonald?  Well, why not!  We’re having a Jewish Community-Wide Farm Day at the Boulder Jewish Commons on Sunday, September 30th between 10 am and 2 pm.  Come meet our friendly goats & learn how to milk them.  Cluck to the chickens & buzz with the bees!   Make apple cider and discover the deep connection between Judaism and goats in a sukkah.

RSVP’s are requested, but not required, to Aaron at bouldertikkunolam<at>gmail.com or 303/327-4772.  Parking will be at Aish Kodesh, just north of Bonai Shalom — the farm is opposite Bonai.

The Boulder Jewish Commons Community Farm’s Activities are generously supported by The Oreg Foundation, Hazon, and the Rose Community Foundation.  The farming is done by volunteer co-op members — feel free to join our waiting lists, as spots open up at least every few months.





About Yael Cohen

Check Also


Want a Greener Sukkot? Consider Carbon Footprint of Your Lulav and Etrog

Creating local lulavim and etrogim has been the practice of the Adventure Rabbi Community for many years.

Bonai Shalom logo

Bonai Shalom’s Green Team to Host Breakfast in the Sukkah

We are inviting you to join us in the Sukkah on Thursday, October 20th 2016 to learn about Bonai Shalom's Sustainability efforts.