As if the start of the MoVeRs program hadn’t “ramped up” programming in Boulder, this week begins the Festival of Books and Culture at the Boulder JCC. Have you had a chance to check out the Boulder-based community calendar, BoulderJews.org? The site was designed and created by Jeff Finkelstein, founder of the website development company, Customer Paradigm, and husband of Rabbi Jamie Korngold, founder of the Adventure Rabbi program. Boulder Jewish News links directly to BoulderJews.org so there is no redundancy. The calendar compiles the separate calendars of 20 local organizations into one place, where you can view a month-at-a-glance, details for one or all organizations, day-at-a-glance, and even details for the programs. Some of the highlights for this week include:
Festival of Books and Culture (these programs are at the Boulder JCC, 3800 Kalmia):
- Doll Tea Party Sunday 11/1 (sold out)
- “Search For Me with All Your Hearts” art show, wine and cheese reception, Sunday 11/1 at 5:30
- The film “Refusenik”, Sunday 11/1 at 7 pm
- Book Fair – click here for hours
Some highlights of other programs and activities – links have more details, please check the calendar also.
- MoVeRs programs at 12:30 and 7 on Monday, both at CU
- Author of “The Accidental Zionist” speaking at Aish Kodesh, Monday 11/2 at 7 pm.
- ISIME Brings Dr. Gershon Baskin to Boulder Tuesday 11/2 at 5 pm and to Denver on 11/3
- Mah Jongg Tuesday, 7 pm at Gindi Cafe
- Hebrew High field trip to Denver Monday night, regular classes on Wednesday night, and overnight on Saturday
And a few notable programs in Denver, with the Mayor of Jerusalem: Tuesday night at DU, and Wednesday at the Denver Art Museum.
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