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What Could 13,000 Jews Have in Common?

JtBoulderWhat could 13,000 Jews have in common on October 18-19, 2013?

A simultaneous, city-wide celebration of Shabbat called “A Bolder Shabbat” beginning sundown on October 18 and ending with three stars in the sky on October 19.

Imagine 25 hours when there’s no place you have to be and nothing you have to do.

Take a break, enjoy a meal among friends, relax with a book or a board game, and focus on your spiritual growth. Come hang out with the Jewish community for uplifting services with lots of singing, great food, and lots of Jewish geography.

For more information on inspiring opportunities for community, check out our website. We have events, recipes, and ideas to help you enjoy the miracle of Shabbat.

Be counted! Help us reach our goal of 100% Shabbat celebration by letting us know your plans.

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