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Lots Happening at Har HaShem for Chanukah

Shopping, Singing, Lighting and more!

In preparation for Chanukah, the Congregation Har HaShem Gift Shop is holding a Chanukah Bazaar. Who Needs the Mall? The Chanukah Bazaar at Har HaShem has everything you need for Chanukah including the largest selection of menorahs, candles, toys, decorations, books and games. There is a fabulous selection of jewelry and gifts from Israel. Everything you need for everyone on your list. Great gifts for family, friends and teachers. Do all of your holiday shopping at the Har HaShem Gift Shop! Through Dec. 14th in the North Building at 3950 Baseline Road in Boulder. Sundays from 9 am-1 pm; Mondays from 3-6 pm, and Weds, Thurs, and Fridays from 10 am-1 pm.

Har HaShem will host the Community-Wide ChanuConcert with Jeff Kagan, The Latke Man in the South Building on the first DAY of Chanukah, Sunday, December 9th at 1 PM. $5 Per Person; children under 2 are free.

Join the Latke Man, Jeff Kagan, and his singing sidekick Paige, for a rollicking holiday sing-an-dance-along plus stories, songs and entertainment from Har HaShem Cantorial Soloist Holli Berman, Boulderrabbis, and other rabble rousers! Latkes and donuts will be available for purchase. Register in advance to enter a free drawing at www.boulderjcc.org. This event is co-sponsored by the Boulder JCC and Congregations Har HaShem, Bonai Shalom and Beth Ami.

Then, on the seventh NIGHT of Chanukah, Friday, December 14th, Har HaShem hosts a Chanukah 2nd Shabbat for All Ages!

At 5 pm, start in the school wing with Caroline Saliman and Leah Boonin for a celebration of Chanukah with stories, song and craft. Congregants of all ages are invited to hear holiday tales, sing along to favorite songs, and make a craft to light up the night.

At 6 pm, travel into the sanctuary for a community menorah/chanukiah lighting and a different kind of multi-generational, candlelit Shabbat service with traditional teachings, songs, and prayer led by clergy and our band, Or Zimrah. Bring your menorah/chanukiah and non-perishable food to assist the less fortunate during this happy holiday season. Remember to bring candles. We provide matches.

A SOLD OUT traditional Chanukah dinner with latkes follows (for those who pre-registered) at 7:30 pm with latkes. Everyone is welcome to attend the Oneg Shabbat though!

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