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In an effort to unite, strengthen and invigorate women with a positive Jewish message, Chabad of Colorado dedicates an afternoon event this Sunday entitled 'Jewish Women Through the Ages'.

Jewish Women Through the Ages: An Afternoon Tribute

In an ever-increasing effort to unite, strengthen and invigorate women with a positive Jewish message, Chabad of Colorado dedicates an afternoon event entitled ‘Jewish Women Through the Ages’.
The event will feature a unique fashion show-style presentation in costume and song, telling the story of heroic, but not always known, Jewish women.  We will turn to various heroines of Biblical and historic times and take a new look at some of the portraits we have inherited from women in our past.  As these characters come to life, we will see the women who have made us great – having striven at every turn to preserve the Jewish People.

Women of all ages from the entire Jewish community are invited to attend.  In this way, we hope to unite many Jewish women from the entire area and impress upon them the uniqueness of the vital role they play in keeping Judaism alive and growing.

Jewish Women Through the Ages” is scheduled to take place on Sunday, February 23rd from 2:00 -4:00 pm and will be held at Artwork Network, 878 Santa Fe Drive, Denver Colorado.  Appetizers and a dessert buffet will be served.

Tickets are $36 with advance registration or $40 at the door.  Special sponsorship opportunities are available.

For reservations and for more information, please call, Leah Willhelm at 303-718-6893 or register online at www.chabadcolorado.com/fashionshow.

About Rabbi Benjy Brackman

Benjy Brackman is the Rabbi/Executive Director of Chabad of NW Metro Denver in Westminster, Colorado.

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  1. This will be an amazing event – register now !!!