Adventure Rabbi 20s/30s Hike +

Reflections

One of the perks to living in a society where the majority of people around you are typically not Jewish, is that you get vacation days like Christmas off.

This then begs the question: What am I supposed to do with all of this free time?

Here is a fantastic alternative to sitting at home alone:

Join the Adventure Rabbi’s 20’s and 30’s group from 1:00 pm-3:00 pm on December 25th for a beautiful hike on Shanahan Ridge. We’ll meet at the trailhead on Lehigh St. off of Table Mesa in South Boulder. After spending a great afternoon with nature and friends, we will head over to the Boulder JCC (3800 Kalmia Ave.) and join the Flatiron Tribe for a traditional 4:00 pm movie perfectly paired with Chinese food. Contact Elaine Barenblat with questions or for more information at (303) 945-8273 or elaine@adventurerabbi.org.

You can also join our new Facebook group by visiting this link. This way you’re sure to stay up-to-date on all our Adventure Rabbi programs for young Jewish professionals.

I look forward to seeing you there!

About Elaine Barenblat

Elaine hails from San Antonio Texas, but has been fortunate enough to live all over the United States. While she has a degree in Early Childhood and Special Education, her work with the Adventure Rabbi Congregation in Boulder, CO focuses around Jewish Education for students in grades 1-6, B'nai Mitzvah training, teen programming, and hosting events for 20s and 30s. She's found her forever home nestled in the Foothills, and she hopes to meet you around town soon!

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