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Taste of Kevah Pre-Purim Event: “Queen Esther: Nasty Jewish Woman of Her Time?”

Kevah Colorado is growing quickly! With groups developing throughout the Denver/Boulder area, we invite you to join Kevah’s Director of Education, Dr. Julie Lieber for a free pre-Purim “Taste of Kevah” evening of community and Jewish learning. Schmooze, nosh, and learn as we gather for a spirited, discussion-based exploration of Queen Esther, Vashti and biblical power dynamics.

Queen Esther: Nasty Jewish Woman of Her Time? Thursday, March 2, 7:30 pm
Kohelet House, 428 S Forest St, Denver, CO
RSVP’s are requested. Please RSVP at groups@kevah.org.
Questions? Please call 510-280-5656 or email groups@kevah.org.

Kevah, selected three years in a row by Slingshot Fund as one of North America’s top innovative Jewish organizations, offers an innovative approach to adult Jewish education. Instead of specific classes offered at a set time, individuals get to bring to life a learning group of their own design. With Kevah’s support, each group host brings together 12-18 people from their own social network, the group chooses a topic, time and location (usually in the comfort of a friend’s living room). Kevah provides an outstanding educator skilled in discussion-based learning and ongoing administrative support to help each group thrive.

Founded around a Berkeley kitchen table in 2008, when four friends created a pluralistic network of Torah study groups that appealed to their own do-it-yourself ethos, Kevah has expanded throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, Boston and now the Denver/Boulder metro area.

Learn how easy it is to start your own Kevah Group today! Email groups@kevah.org, visit our website kevah.org or call 510-280-5656.

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