Sukkot for Jewish Buffs

Sunday:

14731118_1321590317851369_7080530851457327098_nChabad has a dinner for graduate students and alumni at 6:30pm. Dinner will be held in the sukkah on the basketball court at the Rohr Chabad Center at 909 14th Street. Please RSVP to leah@jewishcu.com

Monday:

Chabad will have a dinner in the sukkah at 7:30pm for current seniors (class of 2017). Sukkah is on the basketball court of the Rohr Chabad Center. RSVP to leah@jewishcu.com

Tuesday:

Chabad is having “guys night out, hookah in the sukkah” at 8:30pm. This is a guy’s only event in the sukkah at the Rohr Chabad Center.

Hillel will be having their sukkot celebration night at 6pm at the Hillel House, 2795 Colorado Ave, Boulder 80302.

Wednesday:

Chabad has a pizza dinner from 6:30-7:30pm at the Rohr Chabad Center.

Thursday:

Chabad is having a lunch and learn at 1pm at the c4c sukkah. The sukkah is on the patio of the center for community just outside of the dining hall.

Hillel will be having another “Challah for Hunger” challah bake at the Hillel House, 2795 Colorado Ave, Boulder 80302, at 7pm.

Friday:

Chabad has 7pm shabbat services followed by a 7:30pm sushi dinner in the sukkah. Sukkah is on basketball court at the Rohr Chabad Center at 909 14th Street.

Hillel will have reform services at 6:30pm and dinner at 7pm. This week their theme is IST reunion shabbat. Both will be held at the Hillel House at 2795 Colorado Ave, Boulder 80302.

Looking Ahead:

Hillel is sending people to JEWISHcolorado’s Men’s Event, the largest annual gathering of Jewish men west of the Mississippi, on November 1. For more information and to sign up, email Kevin Mckenzie at Kevin.mckenzie93@gmail.com.

 

 

 

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