Rumble in the Jungle at Har HaShem

There’s a rumble in the jungle! Save the date for Congregation Har Hashem’s annual fundraiser on Saturday, April 9th at 6:30 PM to be held at 3950 Baseline Road, Boulder in the South Building.

“An Enchanted Evening in the Rain Forest” will be a fun and entertaining night accompanied by delicious food, dancing, and friendship in honor of the founders of Congregation Har HaShem.

  • Terrific catered hors d’oeuvres and dinner!
  • Dancing of all kinds to popular band AOA!
  • A hip moped raffle!
  • An entertaining paddle raiser led by master of ceremonies Gary Shapiro of 9NEWS!
  • And other surprises!

All age adults are invited to rock out in the rain forest to the fabulous sounds of AOA (Alive on Arrival). This upbeat live band plays an extensive repertoire of original jazz compositions, classic hits, standards, R&B, acid jazz, funk, and pop tunes.

Tickets are $72 each. Cash bar. For information, contact Karen Taylor at blackdiamond61@comcast.net or (303) 499-8136. RSVP by March 29th to RSVP@harhashem.org or (303) 499-7077 ext. 13.

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