This Week for CU’s Jewish Buffs

Welcome back to another exciting semester at CU and good luck in all your classes. The big event on campus this week is Holocaust Awareness Week, with specifics below and in this longer article.

Monday

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

Tuesday

Chabad’s Learn to pray and your chance to put on Tefillin, at 8:00 am with bagels and lox at the NEW Chabad House. New Chabad house is located at 909 14th st.

Chabad’s Advanced Studay of the Weekly Torah Portion at 11:00 am in the at the CU Center For Community.

Chabad’s “Ethics of our fathers”  at 12:30 pm. The cornerstone of Jewish thought and a powerful guidepost for every Jew attempting to perfect his or her character and behavior at the CU Center For Community.

Hillel’s weekly Tuesday night dinner at 6:00 pm. Hillel is located at 2795 Colorado Ave.

Wednesday

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

Holocaust Awareness Week’s screening of “the House on August Street” with post-film discussion by Diane Wolf, Professor of Sociology and director of Jewish Studies at UC Davis at 7:00 pm in the Atlas Building Room 100. RSVP required, email Nicholas.underwood@colorado.edu or call 303-492-7143.

Thursday

Holocaust Awareness Week’s “Hidden Children of the Holocaust” at 7:oo pm in the University Memorial Center Room 235 feauring University of California Davis Professor and Author Diane Wolf .

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

Friday

Holocaust Awareness Week’s Reading of the names and survivor testimonies at 10:30 am in the University Memorial Center Room 235.

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

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

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