Fridays on Flagstaff Service and Picnic

200-shabbat-services-flagstaff-coloradoThe Adventure Rabbi classic summer Shabbat program resumes this summer, June 26, 2015 at 6:00 pm.

Adults, kids, teens, singles and families all enjoy this lively service and picnic with majestic views overlooking Boulder.

“Shabbat services were always sort of drab,” said a participant who wished to be unnamed lest her remarks sound insulting. “I don’t really know the Hebrew, the melodies always change and I counted pages a lot. I had to push myself to go to services. But now that I found services on Flagstaff mountain I love it. If I ever get bored (which I really don’t now) I just look at the view. Problem solved!”

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