Rainbow Sukkah Shabbat Pride in Boulder

keshet-small-logoBoulder Pride will be taking place on Sunday September 15th in Boulder’s Central Park from 11am-6pm. We are going to show our own additional pride by gathering for a 3rd meal on Saturday September 21st at the Har Hashem sukkah. This event is open to LGBT persons, their families, friends, and allies. We will have a wonderful meal together and then end our Pride Shabbat with a musical havdalah service.

Please bring a dairy/vegetarian dish to share. Starts at 6pm, Havdallah at 8pm. Children of all ages are welcome! For more information, contact Rafi Daugherty.

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