Community Invited to Chanukah Party at Nevei Kodesh

chanukahsceneThis Chanukah season, Nevei Kodesh invites the whole community to join us on Friday, December 11th, 5:30-9:00 pm for a 6th night of Chanukah celebration! Young children, families, and adults are all welcome. Our non-traditional Shabbat will include a complimentary latke (and falafel) dinner, menorah-lighting, Shabbat candle lighting, singing, dancing, and oneg.   We are also celebrating our first anniversary with our new rabbi, Rav Bracha, and our new home.

SCHEDULE FOR THE EVENING:

5:30 – Complimentary dinner buffet of falafel, salads, and latkes.

6:30 – Light the Chanukah candles, welcome the Sabbath, and enjoy live music, holiday performances and dancing in the sanctuary. Everyone is invited to bring their Menorahs / Chanukiot and candles.

7:30 – Kiddush with wine, challah, juice and jelly doughnuts, and continued dancing with DJ Izaiah.

The dinner buffet will stay open until 8:30 pm (for the later arrivals.)

LOCATION:

Nevei Kodesh, 1925 Glenwood Drive, Boulder, CO  80304.  For further info, call (303) 443-4567.chanukahscenechanukahscene

This event is being generously sponsored by Walter Katz and Debbie Hersh.  All are invited.

About Dena Gitterman

Executive Director, Congregation Nevei Kodesh

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