Celebrate Shabbat and Kiddush with Nigel Savage

Congregation Bonai Shalom and Tuv Ha’Aretz, Boulder’s Hazon Community-Supported Agriculture Project, invite you to celebrate Shabbat and Kiddush with Nigel Savage on Saturday, February 5 – plan ahead!

Nigel is the Founder and Director of Hazon, America’s largest Jewish environmental organization. A visionary, teacher and author, Nigel blogs on the award-winning “The Jew & The Carrot” and was named a member of the Forward 50 – together with Rahm Emanuel, Jon Stewart and Sarah Silverman, among others. Nigel will be speaking during Shabbat morning services. Services start at 9:00 am and he will speak at approximately 11:00 am. There will be a delicious Kiddush lunch shortly after 12:00 pm, co-sponsored by Tuv Ha’Aretz, Boulder’s Jewish CSA, in honor of Nigel’s visit, during which he will share reflections on the Jewish CSA movement (the largest faith-based CSA movement in the country!), the Jewish Food Movement, and the sacredness of food in relation to how it’s grown, harvested, prepared and eaten.

At Congregation Bonai Shalom, 1527 Cherryvale Road, Boulder. No RSVP necessary. Contact boulderjewishcsa@gmail.com or Becky@hazon.org with questions.  This is the first in a series of programs with Nigel – stay tuned for more info.

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Hazon is America's largest Jewish environmental organization. We create healthier and more sustainable communities in the Jewish world and beyond. Hazon in Colorado is led by Becky O'Brien, Boulder Director and Sarah Kornhauser, Denver Director.

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