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Dancing with the Torah This Thursday

This Thursday night is Simchat Torah, and there are celebrations going on all over town. Here are two parties that were submitted in time for deadline:

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Chabad of NW Metro Denver

This Thursday evening Oct. 20th join Chabad of NW Metro Denver in Westminster for a Simchat Torah buffet dinner including a fine wine & whiskey tasting event. This is addition to the traditional dancing with the Torah (hakofat) and children’s program.

The festivities begin at 6:30 PM and will be held at 4505 W 112th Ave. in Westminster. The event is free and open to the entire community. RSVPs are greatly appreciated at www.TheChabadHouse.com

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Chabad Lubavitch of Boulder County

 Lord  knows we prayed…Now we can Party!

Just wanted to tell you about two exciting events happening this week:

The Liveliest day on the Jewish Calender- Simchat Torah!
Don’t miss out on the fun- join us at Chabad of Boulder and bring your dancing shoes along for a night of Spirited dancing, and plenty of spirits as well!

This Thursday 7:00 p.m :  Simchat Torah Buffet and spirited dancing
and the grand finale is Friday morning at 10:00 when we finish the Torah and begin again! Thank you Richard and Ingrid Levine for sponsoring the buffet.

Bring your children and implant a most joyous Jewish memory!  Please rsvp for the Simchat Torah Buffet, Thursday at 7 pm.

At: Lubavitch of Boulder 4900 Sioux Drive-
When: Thursday, 7:00 PM
Friday 10 am

RSVP: lbkosher@gmail.com or 303 359 6049

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