Beth Ami Invites You to Their Humanistic Chanukah Party

Saturday, December 9 | 2:30 – 4:30 PM
Boulder Public Library – Meadows Branch, 4800 Baseline Rd, Boulder

Beth Ami Colorado Congregation for Humanistic Judaism is inviting the public to attend its annual Chanukah Party. We will celebrate the holiday with all the traditional trimmings, plus our contemporary Humanistic twist: songs of the season, a menorah lighting ceremony, Israeli dancing led by members of Boulder Israeli Dance, and of course potato latkes (pancakes), dreidel spinning, and chocolate gelt (coins).  Family, friends and neighbors are welcomed to this all-ages gathering. The event is free to Beth Ami – CCHJ members and all children; we welcome voluntary donations from non-members.

Click the attend button on our event’s Meetup Page so we know you are coming.

How to find us: Walk into the library and turn right into the community room. Please sign in when you arrive.

COVID safety measures: This event will be indoors. If you have been exposed to an individual who has tested positive for COVID or have experienced COVID symptoms in the past 10 days, for the safety of others, please skip this event and plan to attend one of our events in the future. Thank you for your thoughtfulness.

Beth Ami is the only Humanistic Jewish congregation in Colorado and is a proud affiliate of the Society for Humanistic Judaism. We celebrate Jewish holidays, learning and life cycle events through the secular lens of history, culture, and reason. We believe in the human capacity to create a better world without supernatural intervention.

Beth Ami is a welcoming community where we connect to Jewish past, celebrate Jewish present and link to Jewish future through a humanistic philosophy. We encourage anyone interested in learning about Humanistic Judaism to attend this and all our events.

Let’s do Jewish together – Humanistically!

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