2016 Fridays on Flagstaff with Adventure Rabbi Begin This Week

Rabbi Jamie Korngold playing guitar exuberantly
Rabbi Jamie leading Fridays on Flagstaff

Nothing says summer in Boulder quite like Friday night Shabbat service on the summit of Flagstaff Mountain. June 10, July 29 and Aug 26, 2016 from 6:00 – 7:00 pm is your opportunity  to  join the Adventure Rabbi for a song-filled (and never boring or too long) service. Services are held at the Sunrise Amphitheater with panoramic views of the City of Boulder followed by a picnic dinner at the Stone Shelter, just across the parking lot.

Join the Adventure Rabbi Community for an unforgettable Shabbat, surrounded by fragrant trees, red-rock, great company and song.

This is an especially great chance for teens to come out and meet the other teens in our teen program.

Bring your family and friends or come alone. Please bring your own picnic dinner and tablecloth. No alcoholic beverages permitted. (Open Space regulations.) $10/adult, $5/child, free for AR Members.

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