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Shabbat on Skis is Back!

Calling all winter resort adventurers!!!

Shabbat on Skis with Adventure Rabbi is back! Our Adventure Educator, Elaine Barenblat, has three amazing dates planned for a Shabbat experience on the slopes of Eldora, and the first one is happening this Saturday December 15th.

Here’s what to expect: You can plan to be there for first chair and have an amazing morning, or choose a more relaxing Shabbat morning routine. Either way, plan to be at the Lookout Shack (at the top of the Corona Lift) by 11:00am for a 15-minute parasha discussion. Afterward, we’ll ski until we can ski no more!

It’s always a fun time with a lovely group so, whether you’ve been before, or are curious to check it out for the first time, we look forward to seeing you there!

Future Shabbat on Skis dates are:

January 12th @ 11:00 am

February 23rd @11:00 am

You can read more about Shabbat on Skis here: https://www.adventurerabbi.org/shabbat/shabbat-on-snow-at-eldora/.

Please direct any questions to our Director of Education, Elaine Barenblat. She can be reached by e-mail at elaine@adventurerabbi.org.

About Elaine Barenblat

Elaine hails from San Antonio Texas, but has been fortunate enough to live all over the United States. While she has a degree in Early Childhood and Special Education, her work with the Adventure Rabbi Congregation in Boulder, CO focuses around Jewish Education for students in grades 1-6, B'nai Mitzvah training, teen programming, and hosting events for 20s and 30s. She's found her forever home nestled in the Foothills, and she hopes to meet you around town soon!

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