Knitting for a Cause – Welcome Blanket Project in Boulder

Knitting for charity causes is not a new trend, but did you know that knitting and activism have been linked since before the American Revolution? The Women’s March in January and the March for Science in March both used colorful, hand-made hats for a striking visual symbol. So many craftivists created …

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Seserman to Leave JEWISHcolorado for AABGU

Doug Seserman, who for 15 years has been president and chief executive officer of JEWISHcolorado will become chief executive officer of American Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in October.

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Together at the Table: Celebrate Unity and Diversity This Shabbat

This Friday, August 18th join together for Together at the Table, a celebration of unity and diversity in the face of fear and division.

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“On The Map” Returns for a One Night Screening at AMC Westminster

Chabad of NW Metro Denver is pleased to announce its third annual summer movie presentation "On The Map" on Thursday, August 24th.

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“More Than a Concert” Concept Expanded Into music@theJ

ACE launches music@theJ, featuring monthly concerts that treat music as living history linked to cultural identity.

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Let’s Talk About Creation, a First Friday Panel at Congregation Bonai Shalom

Join us at Congregation Bonai Shalom on September 1st for the First Friday Kabbalat Shabbat services and, in honor of Rosh HaShanah celebrating the birth of the world, a panel discussion on creation.

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Boulder Teen Wins $36,000 for Speaking Out Against Gun Violence

For her groundbreaking work against gun violence, Taylor Gleeson was just announced as a recipient of the 2017 Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Awards, a $36,000 award that recognizes teens for their commitment to social good and volunteer service.

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Early Morning Kitchen Fire Destroys Lodge, Forces Evacuation of Ramah in the Rockies

A fire broke out in the kitchen at Ramah in the Rockies summer camp at 2:00 am on Monday morning, August 7, forcing the evacuation of 130 campers and the camp's staff to Denver.

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2,000 NCSY Campers Gather to Demonstrate Commitment to Jewish Identity and Israel

NCSY, historically known as one of American Jewry’s renowned educational and social programs uniting both observant and non-observant youth, has been increasingly involved in promoting programming in Israel and instilling a love for the Jewish State.

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The Current Threat: Understanding Extremism in America Today

ADL will be hosting Jessica Reaves, ADL's Senior Writer and Communications Specialist for the Center on Extremism, on August 23rd.

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