Shabbat shalom and g’mar chatima tovah! Happy 5782! The High Holidays are over, now on to Sukkot!
Have a great weekend, and stay cool, stay safe, stay healthy!
- A Price Tag on People? (9/16/2021) - The summer of 2001 my world changed. It was the year I moved to Boulder, Colorado. A few weeks later, 9/11 changed the world. That twenty-year memory became more vivid this September by watching a sterling performance by Michael Keaton as the lawyer Kenneth Feinberg who was in charge of allocating funds to the families… Continue Reading
- Column: Driving Jewish Vermonters into Lake Champlain? (9/16/2021) - , the weekly newspaper Seven Days reported, “Singing by Jewish members of the audience overlapped with the pro-Palestinian contingent’s chants of ‘free, free Palestine!’ When the slogan shifted to ‘Equal rights are human rights,’ pro-Israel attendees responded, ‘Then tell Hamas!,’ referring to the extremist Islamic group that maintains control of the Gaza Strip.” Continue Reading
- Kabbalah Experience Goes Hybrid for Fall Semester (9/12/2021) - – As the COVID-19 landscape changes by the day, Kabbalah Experience’s Fall Semester offers the opportunity to find Light in the Darkness. Continue Reading
- Ready For Something New? Experience Yom Kippur Humanistically! (9/12/2021) - The Beth Ami – Colorado Congregation for Humanistic Judaism community will observe Yom Kippur LIVE under the leadership of our madrikha (leader), Sheila Malcolm. We will gather together at the Martin Park Picnic Shelter, near Table Mesa & Broadway in Boulder. Continue Reading
- The Jewish Experience: A New Brandeis University Website (9/12/2021) - Introducing Brandeis University's new website, The Jewish Experience, devoted to exploring Jewish history, culture and traditions, all informed by the knowledge and experience of Brandeis faculty, researchers, alumni and students. Continue Reading
Arts and Culture
- Monday: Webinar Concert on Contemporary Klezmer Music and Yiddish Song (9/16/2021) - Join Zoë Aqua and Adah Hetko for a conversation/performance centered around the contemporary klezmer and Yiddish song scene. Zoë and Adah will talk about their current projects, what inspires them, and how the histories of klezmer music and Yiddish song have influenced their work. Continue Reading
- Choosing Justice: Bringing Tikkun Olam Home to Our Communities (9/16/2021) - Join Rabbi Dr. Tirzah Firestone in conversation with leaders at the forefront of racial justice, collective healing, and change-making in our communities. We will learn about opportunities for critical reflection on issues of race, religion, and identity. Most importantly, by participating in authentic and meaningful conversation, we will be prepared to approach our world with… Continue Reading
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