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Three events, all at Congregation Har HaShem Sunday, October 25th. "Maximizing Your Ancestry Subscription" from JGSCO, Women of Har HaShem Jewish Business Fair, and Eco-Judaism: Taste of Limmud (registration required).

Three Jewish Things to Do on a Cold Sunday

Some things to do inside today:


“Maximizing Your Ancestry Subscription including the Jewish Collection”

This monthly lecture of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Colorado is free and open to everyone.

Lisa Arnold is Content Manager over ethnic and church records for Ancestry.com. This includes African-American, Native American, and Jewish records. She is a graduate of Brigham Young University where she majored in History with an emphasis in Family History. Ms. Arnold is an active member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, currently serving as chapter coordinator in the Utah Valley Chapter. APG is a professional association for all genealogists supporting high standards in the field of genealogy.

Ms. Arnold attends national and regional genealogical conferences regularly, has been involved in genealogical research and lecturing for more than 15 years. She teaches Family History classes in her community and is the former director of the Family History Center in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. She is a descendant of a long line of Quaker ancestors and has written a book on doing Quaker research.

Her lecture will cover some tips and tricks to get the most from an Ancestry subscription, as well as the Jewish Historical Collection at Ancestry.

Sunday, October 25th 9:00-11:00 am, Congregation Har HaShem, North Building, 3950 Baseline Road, Boulder.

“Women of Har HaShem Business Fair”

We’re such an entrepreneurial bunch at Congregation Har HaShem! Come see the wide variety of businesses owned by HH congregants at the second Jewish Business Fair. The tables in the Social Hall will be filled with information on things you need like retirement planning, long-term care insurance, and legal advice plus things you want like jewelry and maybe chocolate … so come to the Jewish Business Fair!

Whether or not you’re dropping your children off for Sunday School, drop by the Beit Cafe for a little nosh and come see what we’re all doing. Maybe you’ll be inspired to start your own business — we all did!

Sunday, October 25th 9:00-11:30 am, Congregation Har HaShem, North Building, 3950 Baseline Road, Boulder.


“Eco-Judaism Taste of Limmud”

Don’t miss this great day of learning,
featuring Rabbi Julian Sinclair, co-founder of the Jewish Climate Initiative, and educators from the Teva Learning Center, North America’s foremost Jewish environmental education institute.

Join us for sessions on… Climate Change, Text Study, Eco-Kashrut & Cooking Demonstrations,
Torah Yoga, Art & Music, and much more.

Registration required.

Sunday, October 25th, 1:00-9:00 p.m. Congregation Har HaShem, South Building, 3950 Baseline Road, Boulder.

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