Stepping Stones will be holding its Fall Potluck Shabbat Dinner at the Boulder JCC from 5:30-7 on Friday, November 13. Click the headline for more info.

Stepping Stones Shabbat Dinner in November

Stepping Stones will be holding its Fall Potluck Shabbat Dinner at the Boulder JCC from 5:30-7 on Friday, November 13. This dinner is open to all past, current and interested new families. The program includes making challah together so please plan to come as close to 5:30 as possible. It is a dairy/vegetarian potluck. This is a wonderful opportunity to experience a little bit of ritual, unwind with new and old friends and eat yummy food with your family.  Please RSVP to Deb by Monday, November 9 (debdusansky@comcast.net, 720-628-6648)

Stepping Stones’ vision is to provide an enriching opportunity for the interfaith community to explore Jewish life and points of entry and connection for individual and families to the greater Jewish communities.

About Deb Dusansky

Deb has been a Jewish educator for over 20 years directing and teaching children, adults, and families. She is currently the director for Boulder Stepping Stones, an independent family education opportunity for interfaith and Jewish unaffiliated. Deb has been in private practice for over 14 years counseling individuals, couples, and families. She specializes in spiritually centered counseling.

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