This Week for CU’s Jewish Buffs

CU’s Jews are getting back to the swing of things, this short week!

Tuesday

The program of Jewish Studies at the University of Colorado is hosting their Third Annual Week of Jewish Culture. Join them for the In Front of the Iron Curtain: Yiddish in East Germany
with David Shneer at 7:00 p.m. at Atlas 100 on the CU Campus.

Hillel’s Weekly BBQ is at 6:00 p.m. at Hillel, located at 2785 Colorado Avenue.

Wednesday

The program of Jewish Studies hosts Kafka, Sports, and Czechoslovakian Jewish Identity
with Professor Robert Adler-Peckerar
at 7:30 p.m. in SOBO 151 on 151 S. Broadway, Denver.

Chabad holds a Jewish Law class in the Center for Community on CU’s campus at 12:30 p.m.

Thursday

Chabad holds Talmud class in the Center for Community on CU’s campus at 11:00 a.m.

Chabad also has “Latte & Learning” at Starbucks at 8:00 p.m.

Friday

Hillel’s Shabbat services are at 6:00 pm. The meal starts at 7:00 pm.

Chabad’s Shabbat services are at 7:00 pm. The meal starts at 7:30 pm. Chabad is located at 775 17th Street.

For more information or event additions, please e-mail Sara Fruman at Sara@BoulderJewishNews.org. Follow @CUJewishBuffs on Twitter for the latest!

About Sara Fruman

Sara Juliet Fruman is the first Boulder Jewish News intern and is also social media outreach editor for CUIndependent.com. She's originally from the suburbs of New York City, and she's a Yankee fan. She's a social media and new media enthusiast. Sara is a proud Zionist and Jew. She's obsessed with music, especially the Beatles. She's also interested in pop culture and comedy. In her free time, she likes to ski, read, write and relax with friends. Follow her on Twitter: @CUJewishBuffs, @cuindependent and @sarajuliet.

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