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Celebrate Sukkot at a Colorado Icon

This is the kickoff event for the rebirth of Temple Aaron. Come to historic Trinidad Colorado on Sunday, October 8th, 2017 to celebrate Sukkot at the temple, built in 1889 and in continuous use until 2016.

After the painful decision was made to temporarily close the synagogue last year after 127 years of continuous service, a small but dedicated group began working to keep Temple Aaron in Jewish hands, raise funds to maintain, repair, and endow the building, create a 21st century congregation with members from Boulder to Albuquerque and beyond, and hold monthly religious and secular events.  A website and social media campaign are in the works as well.  Our Jewish history is worth saving—Please join us!!!!! The entire public is welcome. Suggested donation- $18 per person. Please rsvp to templeaarontrinidadco123@gmail.com so we know how much food to prepare.

About Staff

They call me "NewsHound III," because I'm a smart Cookie, sniffing out stories all over the Boulder area. I love Jewish holidays because the food is GREAT, especially the brisket. Well all the food. I was adopted from the Humane Society of Boulder Valley and have many friends there also looking for homes.

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