No matter what you’re doing for first or even second Seder this year, consider joining Chabad of Boulder County on Thursday, April 17 at 4:00 for an inter-generational community celebration. Even if you won’t be celebrating Passover at all, maybe especially if that’s the case, Rabbi and Chany Scheiner want you to join them and other members of the Boulder Jewish community for an educational afternoon of singing, talking, eating, and learning.
This event is designed to offer fun and engaging explanations of the history and traditions of Passover, including the Exodus from Egypt, the Seder, the special dietary requirements, and the other traditional aspects of this ancient holiday.
This year we have teamed up with Circle of Care, a community-access, elder-enrichment program that provides free transportation and escorts to events Boulder County seniors might otherwise be unable to attend. They will be providing transportation to the Inter-generational Passover Celebration so, if you or someone you know would like to attend, and need transportation, please contact Circle of Care at office@CircleofCareProject.org or 303-449-8884.
There is no fee for this event, but donations are gratefully accepted.
Circle of Care invites those who would like to volunteer to drive and escort a senior to the Inter-generational Passover Celebration to contact them at office@CircleofCareProject.org or 303-449-8884. Drivers must be over 21 and have a clean driving record. An orientation will be provided prior to each volunteer’s first driving assignment.