Live From Boulder! It’s Second Night

A multi-media community Passover Seder for the mind, body, and soul will be held on Saturday, April 7th from 5-8 PM at Congregation Har HaShem in the South Building.

Act fast! Seating is limited and the deadline to RSVP is next week – March 26th!

Join us on the second night of Passover for a community Seder for all ages. Open to everyone, this night will be different from all other nights, blending traditional narrative and song, with a modern twist!

The Har HaShem band, Or Zimrah will perform; there are new activities divided by age for the kids to remain engaged; and we promise the caterer will serve dinner quickly!

Adults: $40
Children 6-12: $18
Children 5 and Under: Free

Mazeltot.org ALERT! If you have a child age 4 or younger, you may be eligible for $100 toward the cost of the Seder for the whole family from MazelTot! Visit www.mazeltot.org for more information or to register for this special offer.

All other RSVPs are due no later that March 26th to (303) 499-7077 ext. 13 or RSVP@harhashem.org. Please indicate in the reply if children are participating and provide their ages.

Details about the menu and children’s programming are online at www.harhashem.org.

The Congregation Har HaShem South Building is located at 3901 Pinon Drive.

Do your thing for the first night, and then help us do ours for the second Seder at Har HaShem. A night to sing, eat, learn, grow. A night to remember.

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