This Week for Jewish Buffs 11/6

Sunday:

Chabad’s weekly “Basketball and Tefillin” will be at 11:00 am at the Rohr Chabad Center, at 909 14th Street. This is an event for guys to play basketball, have bagels and lox, and learn to wrap tefillin.

Monday:

Chabad has “Torah and Tea”, a weekly women’s Torah study. Location will be announced at a local coffee shop. Contact Leah Wilhelm on Facebook for details.

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Chabad’s weekly morning minyan will be at 8:00 am at the Rohr Chabad Center. Bagels and lox will follow the short services. Students and community members are welcome.

Cafe Chabad will have an election night party. Dinner will be at 6:30 pm at the Rohr Chabad Center at 909 14th Street. Come have food and watch the results of the election.

Hillel is having “Polls and Rolls”, an election watching dinner party. Come at 6:30 pm to the Hillel House, 2795 Colorado Ave.

Thursday:

Chabad is hosting “Experience Israel Night” at 7:00 pm at the Rohr Chabad Center. There will be pita, humus, and falafel for dinner. Students can pre-register for summer birthright trips and other Israel opportunities. There will also be a screening of a mini documentary, “Mekonen: The Journey of an African Jew.” The story follows an African-Israeli soldier who returns to Ethiopia.

Hillel has their weekly “Challah for Hunger” event at the Hillel House, 2795 Colorado Ave. Come at 7pm to bake challah with your friends.

Friday:

Chabad has Shabbat services at 7:00 pm followed by dinner at 7:30. Both are held weekly at the Rohr Chabad Center.

Hillel has reform Shabbat services at 6:30 pm followed by dinner at 7:00. Both are held weekly at the Hillel House.

Saturday:

Chabad has morning Shabbat services at the Rohr Chabad CenHillel-CU-Logo-Homepage-393x295ter at 10:30 am. Community members and students are all welcome.

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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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