Opportunities for Jewish Buffs 10/2

Sunday:

cu-buffsChabad’s event “Basketball & Tefillin” is an event for guys at the Rohr Chabad Center on the hill, 909 14th Street. Come play basketball, wrap tefillin, and eat bagels and lox. Event will be at 11:00 am.

Chabad will have erev Rosh Hashanah services and a dinner to follow at 7:00 pm at the Rohr Chabad Center. Please RSVP for Rosh Hashanah meals on CU Chabad’s website.

Hillel will be having Rosh Hashanah dinner at 7:00 pm at the Hillel House,  2795 Colorado Ave, Boulder, Colorado 80302.

Monday:

Chabad will have Rosh Hashanah services at 10am with shofar blowing at 12:00 pm and lunch to follow.

Chabad will have a second night service and dinner at 8:00 pm. Both events will take place at 909 14th Street, at the Rohr Chabad Center.

Tuesday:

Chabad will have second day services at 10:00 am with shofar blowing at 12:00 pm and lunch to follow. Services and lunch will be held at the Rohr Chabad Center.

Hillel’s deli and matzah ball soup night will be at 6:00 pm at the Hillel House,  2795 Colorado Ave, Boulder, Colorado 80302.

Friday:

Chabad’s weekly Shabbat services will be at 7:00 pm with dinner at 7:30 pm at the Rohr Chabad Center.

Hillel is having Israeli themed Shabbat. Optional reform services will be at 6:30 pm with dinner at 7:00 pm at the Hillel house,  2795 Colorado Ave, Boulder, Colorado 80302.

Saturday:

Chabad will have 10:30 am Shabbat services at the Rohr Chabad Center, 909 14th St, Boulder, Colorado 80302.

About Ayla Lieberman

I am a freshman at the University of Colorado. I'm studying dance and psychology. I like spending time outdoors, hanging out with friends, and exploring the arts.

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