This Week for CU’s Jewish Buffs – 11/27

Monday

Hillel’s “Free Jewish Advice” from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm at the CU Center For Community – Colorado Room.

Chabad’s “All about Kosher” at noon at the CU Center For Community.

Tuesday

Chabad’s Talmud and lunch at 11:00 am in the at the CU Center For Community.

Hillel’s weekly Tuesday night dinner at 6:00 pm.  Along with lively discussion on this week’s Torah portion at TORAnslation with Daniel Getz and an Ask the Rabbi session with Rabbi Menachem. Hillel is located at 2795 Colorado Ave.

Chabad’s Femininity & Sexuality –  learn about the Torah’s perspective on femininity & sexuality at 8:00pm at the NEW Chabad House, 909 14th. Concluding with a tour of Boulder’s Mikvah from 9:00 – 9:30 pm.

Wednesday

Hillel’s “Free Jewish Advice” from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm at the CU Center For Community – Colorado Room.

Chabad’s “Ethics and Israel – Gilad Shalit and the IDF” at 7:00 pm at the NEW Chabad House. Come hear Nadav Weinberg, former IDF Special Forces Sgt. speak about the high ethics of the IDF.

Thursday

Chabad’s A tale of two souls – a deeper look into Kabbalah at 1:00 pm at the CU Center For Community.

Hillel’s Challah for Hunger Challah bake at 7:00 pm at Hillel.

Chabad’s Weekly Torah Study at Starbucks at University at 8:00 pm.

Friday

Hillel’s Shabbat services are at 6:30 pm. Dinner is at 7:00 pm.

Chabad’s Shabbat services are at 7:30 pm. Chabad is located at 775 17th Street.

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