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Xmas Eve Dinner: Virtual Movies and Bowling

Jews have always gathered together on Xmas eve – every family with their own traditions: bowling, movies, and Chinese food being at the top of the list.  Why should this year be any different?

Well, one reason is that Xmas Eve falls on Shabbat this year.  But there’s no reason why we cannot watch virtual movies and do some virtual bowling.  As for the Chinese food – well, this year, we’re doing Mexican.  But it’s homemade and delicious just the same.  So join us for Shabbat dinner Friday night at Aish Kodesh – 1805 Balsam Ave 80304 – for good company, good conversation, and good food.

If you’ve never been to an Aish dinner before, you can eat free if you are among the first 10 newbies to sign up.  If not, or if you’ve been before, it’s still on $12/adult and $6/kid.  So please join us at 5:30 pm (services at 4:30 pm) by contacting us at executivedirector@boulderaishkodesh.org.

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