The largest and greatest selection of Judaica in Boulder is found at Congregation Har HaShem's 43rd Annual Chanukah Central Bazaar, opening Wednesday. Photos and hours.

Chanukah Central Bazaar Now Open – a Har HaShem Tradition

The largest and greatest selection of Judaica in Boulder is found at Congregation Har HaShem.  Huge displays of Chanukah gifts, incredible children’s items, dreidels, gelt and more.  For collectors of Chanukah menorahs, we have the best selection.

Newcomers to the Boulder area may not know this, but the Har HaShem gift shop and Chanukah Central Bazaar started in 1967, making it also the longest-running Chanukah Bazaar in the area! This year, for the first time, the team traveled to the New York International Gift Show to find new and exciting items for the bazaar.  091201- 111Led by volunteers Barbara Margolis, Karen Braverman and Elise Garland, gift shop regulars and seasonal volunteers love retail and want to give back to the synagogue and community.  All gift shop and bazaar profits support Har HaShem.  Visitors will enjoy the newly-redecorated front lobby, which soon will also be home to Har HaShem’s “Beit Cafe” (Coffee House) on Sunday mornings during religious school.

The Bazaar opens on Wednesday, December 2 and continues through Sunday, December 20th at Congregation Har HaShem, 3950 Baseline Road, Boulder. Hours are:

Sundays: 9:00am to 2:00 pm
Mondays & Wednesdays: 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm
Tuesdays: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Thursdays & Fridays: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

The Gift Shop is open year-round and includes jewelry, ritual items including tallit (prayer shawls), Shabbat items, cards and more.  Please call 303-499-5597 for more information. We are looking forward to seeing all of you.

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