Registration Opens for Adventure Rabbi Kids Grades 1-6th

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Registration for Adventure Rabbi Kids, the Adventure Rabbi Program’s alternative religious school for grades 1-6, opened on May 17, 2016. “Classes are filling fast,” says Elaine Barenblat, Adventure Educator “It’s really affirming of the camp-like program we run.”

Founder Rabbi Jamie Korngold explains “ We are only able to take about 130 kids in our program so spaces fill fast. We’re really hoping to expand but we want to be sure we do it right – what we have is so precious. ”

Adventure Rabbi Kids meets a little more than once a month in South Boulder at Bear Creek Elementary school. The camp-like atmosphere offers experiential education at its best, indoors and outdoors. Groups are offered in mixed gender and girls only. For more information visit http://www.adventurerabbi.org/congregation/ReligiousSchool.htm

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