Shabbat shalom! We hope you all had an enjoyable Purim, and were able to party until you were unable to tell the difference between Mordecai and Hayman (and still got home in one piece).
Tonight’s First Friday at Bonai Shalom features local Kabbalist Samuel Avital combining his passions for mime, dance and Kabbalah, which should make for a most interesting Shabbat experience.
For our Denver readers, CU Boulder Professor and Jewish Studies Program Director David Shneer will be speaking at CU South Denver on Saturday at 1:00 pm on Modern American Judaism.
Tuv Ha’aretz, Boulder’s interfaith Community Supported Agriculture group, is opening up sign-ups for this season’s harvest cooperative, as well as developing programming around this year’s Shmita year in Israel. Read more in this week’s article.
Have a great weekend, stay warm, and enjoy this week’s stories in the BJN.
Arts & Culture
The Good People Behind Good Films at the Boulder Jewish Film Festival
CU-Boulder Jewish Studies Professor to Discuss Modern American Judaism
First Friday at Bonai Shalom – Mime, Bodyspeak and Kabbalah
Shmita in America: Support CSA, Farmers and Farmworkers
Purim in Paris – A Painting Party
Shabbat Zachor: Teen D’var Torah
All Is Beautiful and Holy–A Poem to Expand Your Prayer Experience
You Who Creates Day and Night: A Poem to Expand Your Prayer Experience