Ride the Boulder Bus to Limmud Colorado

This year, Limmud Colorado is bigger than ever with over 300 participants from the Rocky Mountain Region and beyond. In light of this, we are offering an opportunity for our participants from Boulder to travel to the conference together on the “Boulder Bus.”

Not only is transportation on the Boulder Bus free of charge to Limmud Colorado participants, but it’s also a great opportunity for fellow Boulder Jews, their friends and loved ones, to start building a Limmud community before conference has even begun! Residential and non-residential participants are welcome to use the bus on Saturday night, Sunday, or both.

Please note that the bus will run PENDING RESERVATIONS, which can be made on Monday, January 16 via email to Dafna at: dafna.michaelson@gmail.com. Please indicate whether you’ll be using the bus on Saturday, Sunday, or both, as well as the names and ages of all members of your party.

Here are the details:

Saturday, January 21: Bus leaves from Har Hashem at 6:15 pm and arrives at the Inverness Hotel and Conference Center in Denver by 7:30 pm. Bus departs Denver at 11:15 pm and arrives in Boulder at approximately 12:15 am.

Sunday, January 22: Bus leaves from Har Hashem at 7:45 am and arrives at the Inverness Hotel and Conference Center at 8:45 am. Bus departs Denver at 9:15 pm and returns to Har Hashem in Boulder at 10:15 pm.

We look forward to seeing you all at conference, and, please remember to make your reservation on Monday, January 16 by 11:59 pm.

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