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Join the Boulder County Center for Judaism for a Special Passover Experience

Rabbi Pesach and Chany Scheiner invite you to consider their home yours for Passover and revel in the yom tov of Pesach - the celebration of our freedom as a united community.

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Magic, the Bible, and the Biblical Imagination in Jewish Mysticism

The University of Colorado Boulder’s Peak to Peak Lecture Series and the CU Carbondale Speakers Series present a talk with CU Boulder Professor Samuel Boyd titled "Magic, the Bible, and the Biblical Imagination in Jewish Mysticism” Saturday, April 15 at the Carbondale Branch Library, Carbondale, CO.

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Religion and Human Rights After the 2016 Election

The Jewish studies programs at CU and DU are pleased to welcome Harvard Professor Samuel Moyn as the guest scholar of the 2017 Week of Jewish Philosophy.

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Boulder County Center for Judaism Importing Shmura Matzo Again

Once again, the Boulder County Center for Judaism is importing over 100 pounds of Shmura matzo for Passover. Order yours today!

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Celebrate Two Birthdays at the J on May 1

Join JEWISHcolorado and the Boulder JCC for a family-friendly Israel Independence Day celebration featuring Israeli dancing, live music, children's activities, break-out sessions, falafel and a film.

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Aldan Solovy to Discuss Prayer as Spiritual Resistance

How can prayer be interpreted and used as a tool for spiritual resistance? Aldan Solovy will explore five ways to engage in prayer as spiritual resistance on April 5th.

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Talia Squarer Helps “A Precious Child” for Her Mitzvah Project, Asks for Donations

For Talia's mitzvah project she is gathering shoes and clothes for children living in poverty as part of her work with "A Precious Child."

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Teens: BJTI Annual Ski Day

We will be spending the morning hitting the runs then join together for lunch, ride to the top for a quick Shechayanu and enjoy each other’s company the rest of the afternoon on the mountain.

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