Adventure Rabbi’s 20s and 30s Make a Splash

 

This Saturday, July 11th, the young Jewish professionals of Boulder are splashing away the summer heat during a relaxing and fun Shabbat afternoon and we want you to join us!

We’ll be hanging out poolside from 2:00 pm on, and if we stay long enough, we’ll watch the sun sink below the Boulder Flatirons and then have a lovely Havdallah service. Some food will be provided, but there is a grill in the pool area, so everyone is encouraged to bring what they would like to eat and show off their awesome grilling skills!

Find out more about the event and tell us that you’re coming here: https://www.facebook.com/events/133104143689485/

Join our Facebook group so you don’t miss out on future events here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/715149965242562/?ref=bookmarks

If you have questions about the Adventure Rabbi’s 20s and 30s group, contact Elaine Barenblat at 303.945.8273 or at elaine@adventurerabbi.org

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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