Free Shabbat Hikes with Adventure Rabbi for All Ages

boulder-jewish-shabbat-servAre you curious about the Adventure Rabbi program? Have you ever wondered what this Jewish outdoor thing is all about? Have you wondered what we offer for adult and for children?

This Shabbat, July 18, 2015 from 9:00 am-11:15 am, we will be offering both our adult hike and our family hikes for free, leaving from the NCAR parking lots. Come meet our Educator Elaine Barenblat (leading the hike for kids and their adults) and Rabbi Jamie Korngold (leading the hike for adults). Find out what we do and how we do and if it might be a good fit for you.

After brief introductions, we will hike at a moderate pace (by Boulder standards) for approximately 2 hours. As we hike up the trail, we have time to chat and get to know each other. On Adventure Rabbi hikes you will discover a group of fascinating and inspirational people, eager to meet new people and explore their Judaism in unique ways.

Occasionally during the hike, we take a break to catch our breath and admire the view while Rabbi Jamie shares a teaching generally relating nature and Judaism. Elaine’s group will hear Shabbat stories and enjoy age-appropriate teachings.

The weather looks clear, so come out and hike!

What: Shabbat Hike and Learning
When: Saturday, July 18, 2015 9:00 am-11:15 am
Where: NCAR we will be in the second row of cars

Bring: Please bring water, sunscreen and a snack.

Who:
Hike 1 with Rabbi Jamie: Adults. Kids B’nai Mitzvah age and up welcome if accompanied by a parent.
Hike 2 with Elaine Barenblat: Families with kids younger than B’nai Mitzvah .

Dogs: Please leave your pets at home.

RSVP and Fee: Free. We would love to know you are com in
http://www.adventurerabbi.org/contactme.htm

About Rabbi Jamie Korngold

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