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Challah For Hunger at CU Hillel

Events for Jewish Buffs 11/13

Sunday:

Join Chabad for “Basketball and Tefillin” at 909 14th Street. This is a weekly event for guys at 11:00 am to play basketball, eat bagels, and learn to wrap tefillin. Image result for basketball

Monday:

Chabad’s weekly Torah study for women, “Torah and Tea” will be held at 8pm at a local coffee shop. For more specific location details contact Leah Wilhelm on Facebook.

Tuesday:

Chabad will have morning minyan at 8am at the Rohr Chabad Center, 909 14th Street. There will be bagels and lox for breakfast afterwards. Community members as well as students are welcome to join.

Hillel is having “Scrolls and Rolls” from 6-8pm at the Hillel House. There will be a sushi dinner and study session with Becky Obrien from Hazon.

img_4744Thursday:

Hillel will have an Israel and Taglit educational session in the Hillel House at 6pm.

Hillel’s weekly “Challah for Hunger” will be starting at 7:00 pm at the Hillel House, 2795 Colorado Ave. Come hang out, play games, and bake challah for a good cause.

Friday:

Chabad will have Shabbat services at 7pm at the Rohr Chabad Center. Dinner will follow services at 7:30.

Hillel will have a reform Shabbat service at 6:30pm at the Hillel House, 2795 Colorado Ave. Dinner will follow services at 7.

Saturday:

Chabad will have morning Shabbat services at 10:30am at the Rohr Chabad Center, 909 14th Street. Students and community members are welcome.

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