Sing-Along in the Sukkah at Congregation B’nai Torah

Congregation B’nai Torah will present a “Sing-Along in the Sukkah” on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 8, 2017,  1:00 – 2:30 pm at the synagogue, 3990 74th Ave., Westminster, CO 80030 (Westminter Presbyterian Church). This program is focused on children of the B’nai Torah religious school and their families. Roberta Feinsmith is coordinating the event.

Carol Kozak Ward, Music Director of the Colorado Hebrew Chorale, will lead participants in singing familiar songs appropriate for the festival of Sukkot. Formed in 1993, the Colorado Hebrew Chorale brings its unique repertoire to diverse audiences around the state. The Chorale receives financial support from the Adams County Cultureal Council of SCFD, the Scientific an Cultural Facilities District.

The  Sukkot program also includes a Hazon “Squash-a-thon,” featuring the harvest of squashes congregants have been growing, and different foods baked and cooked with those squashes. Rabbi Anat Moskowitz will lead a story and short program about Sukkot and will demonstrate the blessing of the etrog and lulav. A shofar will be also be sounded. Veggie pizza will be served in the “hut.”

Information and RSVP: rofeinsmith@gmail.com

About Barbara Zimmerman

I sing with the Colorado Hebrew Chorale and its affiliated women's choir, Kol Nashim. We draw on participates from throughout the Denver metro area including from Boulder. I am a member of the Board of Directors of the chorale and write publicity article for special events. Professionally, I am a biomedical research scientists and medical writer and communicator.

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