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Colorado’s 5th Annual Queer Seder Is Next Week

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Keshet, Temple Emanuel, Har HaShem, and Integrity Print Group present the 5th annual Queer Seder!

Passover seders are such an integral part of Jewish life. How about spending one with your favorite queer and allied friends? We’ll follow some parts of a traditional seder along with some creative new traditions! There will be singing, laughing, and plenty of tasty food!

Thursday, March 28th at Temple Emanuel, 51 Grape Street, Denver
Check in at 5:30 pm
Advance registration is required by March 22!
$25 Adult, $15 Student/Teen, FREE for kids under 12

Cost includes a full seder meal, dessert, wine, and beverages. Jewish dietary laws will be observed and vegetarian and gluten free options will be available. This is not a cost-prohibitive event. Contact Rafi Daugherty at 303-691-3562 for financial aid.  MazelTot discounts available for families with children under 5!

Generous Co-Sponsors:

Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado
Congregation Beth Evergreen
Congregation Bonai Shalom
Feldman Mortuary
Front Range Jewish Voice for Peace
Jewish Family Service of Colorado
Judaism Your Way
Out Boulder
Shalom Cares
Tracks Nightclub


B’nai Havurah
The GLBT Community Center of Colorado

Thank you to our local funders:

18 Pomegranates
Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado
Oreg Foundation
Roots & Branches Foundation
Rose Community Foundation

About Rafi Daugherty

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