Winter Day Camp at Har HaShem

Register now for a 3-day Jewish winter break camp at Congregation Har HaShem.
Kids in 1st through 5th grades are invited to attend a winter day camp at Congregation Har HaShem for 3 fun-filled days complete with games, crafts, songs, stories, and a group trip to downtown Boulder for ice skating and a festive pizza party.

Educators Caroline Saliman and Leah Boonin will lead Winter Camp Wednesday through Friday, December 26th-28th from 9 am to 3 pm. Consider this as a well-deserved break away from the kids, while they get to see old friends and make new ones in a Jewish environment!

The cost is $155 per child for Har HaShem congregants and $190 for non members.

Join the fun! Don’t miss out! Register Online HERE

Contact camp@harhashem.org or visit www.campharhashem.org for more information.

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