Join Keshet for Jewish Community Pride

keshet-small-logoCome on down to Denver for a gay ol’ time this Sunday (June 16th). 35 Jewish organizations have come together to co-sponsor a Jewish Community Pride march in the CoorsLight PrideFest Parade this year!

We will start of the morning with a Bagel Breakfast at our meet-up spot in Cheesman Park at 8:30 am. Please be early or ON-TIME because we are in the second section this year which means breakfast needs to wrapped up by 9:15 am. Our section is ORANGE 4. We will be lining up near the playground so your best bet to enter the park is at 11th Ave and Humbolt St and look for the HUGE ORANGE BALLOONS!

Step-off for the parade is at 9:30 am and we will all march (Keshet members plus our allies from various Jewish community organizations/synagogues from across the state) together under the banner of ”Jewish Community Pride.” Keshet will give t-shirts to those who march with us (while supplies last).

The march starts at Cheesman and ends at Civic Center Park where Pridefest takes over and you can check out booths, shows, and food. Denver’s PrideFest is the 3rd biggest in the country. Make sure
to check out the Keshet booth.

If you would like to volunteer, please email Volunteers will also be given shirts!

Co-Presenting Organizations Include:

Allied Jewish Apartments
Allied Jewish Federation
Bend the Arc
Beth Ami
B’nai Havurah
B’nai Torah
Boulder JCC
Boulder Jewish News
Congregation Beth Evergreen
Congregation Bonai Shalom
Congretation Har Hashem
Denver Chapter of Hadassah
Feldman Mortuary
FrontRange Jewish Voice for Peace
Hebrew Educational Alliance
Jewish Family Service of Colorado
Jewish National Fund
Judaism Your Way
Limmud Colorado
Moishe House
Nevei Kodesh
Pardes Levavot
Ramah Outdoor Adventure
Shalom Cares
Temple Emanuel
Temple Micah
Temple Sinai

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