Adventure Rabbi Teens To Visit Pumpkin Patch with Beth Lipschutz

Meet the Adventure Rabbi Teen Group on Sunday, October 17th at the 7th Generation Farm Pumpkin Patch in Louisville to enjoy a hay bale maze & mountain, pedal car races, petting farm animals, and pick your own pumpkin. We will be at the pumpkin patch from 4 – 5:30 pm and then head over to Rochelle’s house to carve our pumpkins and eat pizza. (We may be able to help with carpools. Just ask!)

Please bring between $10 – $20 to cover the entrance fee to the pumpkin patch, your chosen pumpkin, and pizza. Feel free to bring any pumpkin carving tools or items to decorate.

What: Pumpkin Patch and Pizza
Where: 1536 Courtesy Rd Lousiville CO 80027
Why: Fun w/ other Jewish teens + Pizza
When: 10/17/21 4-5:30 pm but RSVP by 10/14/21
Who: 8th-12th graders
Bring: $10-$20 to cover entrance fee, pizza and a pumpkin

RSVP by Thursday, October 14th. Final information will be sent out to all who RSVP on Friday, October 15th.

Teens can attend one event without being a member of the teen group. The teen program is free for members and $50 for non-members.  Read more about our teen group here>>


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