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All Is Beautiful and Holy–A Poem to Expand Your Prayer Experience

This type of piyyut--Jewish liturgical poem--is an ofan (literally, "wheel") and is meant to be inserted into the kedusha blessing in the daily and shabbat morning prayer service (optionally--you normally won't see one).

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Purim in Paris – A Painting Party

Are you looking for something original to do this Purim, that could be enjoyed by both adults as well as children? Welcome to Purim in Paris Painting Party.

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Purim – An Ongoing Phenomenon

It is well known that when Purim comes along, it's time to put on a Purim costume. What, however, is the reason for this tradition?

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Community Purim Carnival Is Still On Despite a Little Snow

The Purim Carnival is on this Sunday! We understand that road conditions may not be ideal, but we also understand that having indoor activities available during a snowstorm are necessary. Plus, it's Purim! Please be careful on the roads.

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Je Suis Purim at the Boulder County Center for Judaism

In solidarity with our brothers and sisters in France, this year’s Purim Celebration at the Boulder Center for Judaism has a certain je ne sais qua, that little something extra that gives flair to the French version of everything.

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Shabbat Potluck and Game Night

Adventure Rabbi's 20's and 30's group is hosting a Shabbat potluck dinner and game night this Friday February 27th at 6:00 pm and you should come!

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No Shushing Shabbat Friday Night

Looking for a Shabbat service this week that includes children and/or adults who might appreciate the ability to move about and make some noise?

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Tamara Wurman Bat Mitzvah

On Saturday, February 28, 2015, Tamara Wurman will be called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah at Congregation Bonai Shalom.

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Purim Is In The Air

People in costumes, the smell of baked goods in the air. No, it’s not just a normal day in Boulder, Purim is fast approaching!

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Building a Home for G-d

In this week's Torah portion, we learn about the commandment to build a sanctuary in which G-d's presence will rest and be felt.

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