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From Dor to Dor

Morah Yehudis

In the moving film about Colorado’s famous autistic environmentalist and animal rights activist, Temple Grandin, the final quote is: "A door opened and I went through it."

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A Passover Nugget


Why do we celebrate the freedom of the exodus of Egypt, if subsequently, in many following generations the Jews were persecuted and enslaved?

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Celebrate Passover with the Boulder County Center for Judaism

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Celebrate Passover with the Boulder County Center for Judaism Enjoy the warmth and camaraderie as Jews of varied backgrounds come together  BOULDER, COLORADO: The festival of Passover honors the biblical departure of the Jews from years of slavery in Egypt and is celebrated with a ritual meal called a Seder. …

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The Newest Farm to Table Chefs for Passover


To get ready for Passover this year, the Boulder JCC Kindergarten class became farm to table chefs and made their own matzo (see a video here) from wheat they grew themselves.

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Put a Tomato on Your Seder Plate

Photo credit: Southern Foodways

This Pesach join us in putting a tomato on your seder plate to draw attention to those in this world who are still in bondage.

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Buy and Sell

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Contact us at Boulder County Center for Judaism to buy your own Shmurah Matzoh or to sell your Chametz or to reserve a space at our Seders.

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Hametz and How to Get Rid of It

It’s terrifying and evil, resilient and pernicious and we need all of our physical and spiritual superpowers to wipe it off the face of the counters!

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