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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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Colorado Hebrew Chorale Opens Rehearsals in August

The Colorado Hebrew Chorale and and its women’s choir, Kol Nashim, seek qualified singers ages 13 and up in all voice parts. Previous experience is not required. Open rehearsals are being held in August.

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Experience JCC Day Camps into First 2 Weeks of August

While many summer camps in Colorado end the last week of July, Cherryvale Day Camp adds more options into the first two weeks of August.

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“Baby Boomer Baby” Opens At Dairy Center

Tommy Koenig brings his hilarious musical to Boulder in "Baby Boomer Baby," a musical comedy talkin’ ‘bout my generation, the story of one Jewish Baby Boomer written and performed by Tommy Koenig.

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A Remarkable Man Comes To Boulder

Salvador "Sal" Litvak makes two appearances at the Boulder JCC this week, on Thursday (with his film, "When Do We Eat?") and on Sunday, as the Accidental Talmudist.

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The Paris Accords — Now What?

In every country of the world in which Jewish people live, their government has endorsed the Paris Climate Agreement. Every religious faith community spoke up for it.

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Hatred and Home Runs in the Shadow of War

From award-winning journalist and blogger Ron Kaplan comes "Hank Greenberg in 1938: Hatred and Home Runs in the Shadow of War" (Sports Publishing; April 2017). This well-researched, month-by-month chronicle of the Jewish Detroit Tigers Hall of Famer describes what was going on in both Germany and the United States in 1938 through the lens of baseball.

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