Jewish skiers attending the Adventure Rabbi menorah lighting at Copper Mountain, 12/24/12.

New Shabbat on Snow at Eldora Starts Soon

Skiing
Winter is here!

Dec 17, 2016 will be our first Shabbat on Snow now at Eldora 

For the 2016-2017 season, the Adventure Rabbi Program introduces a new Shabbat on Snow format led by Elaine Barenblat. Join Elaine for 3 Eldora Shabbats and 3 Copper Shabbats.

Eldora events will meet in the Lookout Shack for a discussion followed by skiing.

Dec 17, 2016
Jan 14, 2017
Feb 18,2017

1:30-1:45 Shabbat Discussion in the Lookout Shack at the top of the Corona Lift (super fun, not heavy handed!)
Look for Elaine in the red Adventure Rabbi shirt
1:45 pm (optional) ski together + apres

Copper Mountain events will meet behind Solitude Station for a 15-minute service followed by skiing.

Jan 28, 2017
Feb 25, 2017
March 18, 2017

12:30 -12:45 pm – Service behind Solitude Station on the wooden deck.
Look for our Adventure Rabbi sign
12:45 pm (optional) ski together

Trivia: Did you know that Shabbat on Snow was the first program we ever ran? We have been holding Shabbat on Snow events since February 2002.

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