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Family Friendly Shofar Hike with Bonai Shalom

This Sunday, August 26, join Rabbi Marc Soloway and Betsy Kessler (Bonai’s awesome Shofar blower) for a Shofar Hike.   This family-friendly adventure will begin with an easy and short group hike to a spot where we will hear the shofar together and discuss its meanings. We will then split into two groups for a longer hike and a family hike. Hearing the shofar every day during Elul reaches some very deep places within us. This primal sound of the ram’s horn is from the natural world and hearing it in nature adds to its power.

Bring plenty of water, snacks and lunch food, hats and sunscreen. Shofar optional. Meet at NCAR parking lot at 9:30 am.

Sklar Brothers @ Denver JCC

About Kit Colorado

I am the Office Administrator at Congregation Bonai Shalom.

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