Celebrate Passover with Chabad at CU

Passover is coming up and Chabad at CU is celebrating by hosting Seder at 909 14th St, “in a huge tent.” They are offering two services: The first Seder will be held on Friday April 15th at 7:15 pm and the second on April 16th at 7:30 pm. They are celebrating the holiday of freedom with fine wines, brisket dinner and homemade Matzot.

Tourists, parents and community members can sign up using this link. Students can register by texting “SEDER 1” or “SEDER 2” to 720-734-7787. Grad students, alumni and Chabad Young Professionals register for an exclusive Seder by texting “CYP SEDER” or “SEDER 2” to 720- 734-7787. 

About Kristin Palyo

Kristin is a Colorado native attending CU Boulder and studying Psychology and Sociology. She plans to pursue journalism and seeks to feed her passion for writing by reporting facts and sharing stories.

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