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Sylvain Hayoun Shares His Family’s Story of Exile From Tunisia

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Sylvain Hayoun, who was among the 850,000 Jews forced into exile from Muslim lands, left behind the ghosts of a community that dates back thousands of years.

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Never to Be Forgotten: Boulder Commemorates the Holocaust

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Holocaust Remembrance Week: A community-wide exploration and commemoration of the Holocaust, featuring a keynote presentation, two film premieres, a concert, speakers, and Holocaust survivor testimony. 

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Alzheimer’s Event Wednesday Night

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Join Boulder Jewish Family Service, Menorah, and Congregation Har HaShem on Wednesday, March 30 for a captivating look at Alzheimer’s disease and caregiving through the eyes of a master storyteller and sage.

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A Deeper Perspective on Alzheimer’s and Other Dementias

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Practical Tools and Spiritual Insights: Join Boulder Jewish Family Service, Menorah, and Congregation Har HaShem on Wednesday, March 30 for a captivating look at Alzheimer’s disease and caregiving through the eyes of a master storyteller and sage.

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Celebrating Leonard Cohen

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Join us for an evening of music and conversation focused on the extraordinary Canadian singer-songwriter whose longevity and impact are rivaled only by Bob Dylan.

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Boulder Kicks Off Chanukah in Fiery Style

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The Boulder Jewish Community kicked off Chanukah 5776 Sunday night with an acrobatic and fire show by talented Acrobatic duo Sven and Brian before Lamplighter Ron Werner of HW Home lit the first candles.

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Why So Many Feminists Are Jewish

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Caryn Aviv discusses the founders of modern feminism and the impact the movement had on these leaders at Menorah's Scholars Series talk on November 19.

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