This Week for CU’s Jewish Buffs

Chanukah is here!  See what’s happening with CU’s Jews.

Tuesday

Chabad’s Talmud Tuesday is at 12:30 pm.

Hillel’s Weekly BBQ is at 5:30 pm. This event is at Hillel, located at 2795 Colorado Avenue.

Wednesday

Chabad’s Jewish Law class is at 1:00 pm.

Join CU’s Grand Menorah Lighting and Chanukah Celebration. Come celebrate the first night of Chanukah together with hundreds of CU students at Boulder’s tallest Menorah. The event is taking place at 6:00 pm at the Visual Arts Complex Plaza on campus. The event is co-sponsored by CU’s Hillel and Chabad.  Enjoy live music, latkas, jelly doughnuts, hot drinks and more.

Friday

This week, Chabad is having appetizers for Chanukah at 4:00 pm on Friday and services are at 4:30 pm. Shabbat dinner will begin at 5 pm.

Hillel’s Shabbat services are at 6:00 pm. The meal starts at 7:00 pm.

For more information or event additions, please e-mail Sara Fruman at Sara@BoulderJewishNews.org. Follow @CUJewishBuffs on Twitter for the latest!

About Sara Fruman

Sara Juliet Fruman is the first Boulder Jewish News intern and is also social media outreach editor for CUIndependent.com. She's originally from the suburbs of New York City, and she's a Yankee fan. She's a social media and new media enthusiast. Sara is a proud Zionist and Jew. She's obsessed with music, especially the Beatles. She's also interested in pop culture and comedy. In her free time, she likes to ski, read, write and relax with friends. Follow her on Twitter: @CUJewishBuffs, @cuindependent and @sarajuliet.

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