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Storytelling This Weekend at Nevei Kodesh

Nevei sqYou’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll kvell. Come join us Sunday evening, August 25, at 7:30 pm for an evening filled with wise characters, tricksters, animals, comedy, magic, pathos, and yidishkeit!

Five Maggid students in Rabbi David and Devorah Zaslow’s Maggid training program will enthrall us with Jewish stories from around the world. Storytellers will be Tova Jacober, Marcia Weisman, Charna Rosenholtz, and Yehudis Fishman. Admission is free. Don’t miss this delightful evening at Nevei Kodesh,– 1925 Glenwood Ave, Boulder — and be sure to bring your friends! For more info call (303) 443-4567.

About Morah Yehudis Fishman

I have been teaching Torah and Chassidic writings for over forty years to students of all ages and backgrounds, both on the East Coast and the Midwest. I have been a director of several Jewish organizations in Santa Fe and Colorado. My articles and poetry on a wide variety of Jewish topics have been printed in many publications, and also are available online.

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