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Boulder’s Largest Chanukah Bazaar

chanukah8With Chanukah overlapping with Thanksgiving less than 4 weeks away, have you started your holiday shopping? Congregation Har HaShem’s annual Chanukah Bazaar is Boulder’s largest and it opens November 13.

In preparation for an early Chanukah in 2013 starting Wednesday, November 27th, the Congregation Har HaShem Gift Shop will hold its annual Chanukah Bazaar with everything you need. Huge displays of Chanukah gifts, incredible children’s items, colorful candles, yummy gelt, fun dreidels, festive paper goods, decorations, books, games, gifts, and general Judaica are set up in the North Building Social Hall.

For collectors of Chanukah menorahs, there is an impressive selection from traditional to unique one-of-a-kind creations, and there is also a fabulous selection of jewelry and gifts from Israel.

Everything you need for everyone on your list. Great gifts for family, friends, and teachers. Plan to do all of your holiday shopping at the Har HaShem Chanukah Bazaar!

Call (303) 499-5597 for more information. Congregation Har HaShem is located at 3950 Baseline Road in Boulder.

Chaunkah Bazaar Hours:

  • Wednesday, Nov 13: 11-2 pm
  • Friday, Nov 15: 10-1 pm
  • Sunday, Nov 17: 9-12 pm
  • Monday, Nov 18: 3-6 pm
  • Wednesday, Nov 20: 11-2 pm
  • Friday, Nov 22: 10-1 pm
  • Sunday, Nov 24: 11-2 pm
  • Monday, Nov 25: 2-5 pm

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