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Boulder Rabbi to Play God … in New Play

God is Everywhere in Theatre Or’s Regional Premiere Production of Oh My God! by Anat Gov A True Denver/Boulder Collaboration September 14 – October 14, 2018 This fall God suddenly shows up for therapy in Israeli playwright Anat Gov’s “divine comedy,” running September 14-30, at the Pluss Theatre in Denver’s Staenburg-Loup Jewish …

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Ramat HaNegev – Boulder’s Next Sister City?

The Boulder City Council will hear and possibly approve an application to create a sister city relationship between Boulder and Ramat HaNegev, Israel on August 23rd.

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Ramat HaNegev – Boulder Sister City Hearing is Thursday

The Boulder City Council sister city hearing for Boulder and Ramat HaNegev, Israel is set for this Thursday, August 23rd. Check here for latest details.

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New Dates and New Co-Facilitator for Refuat HaNefesh Spiritual Support Group

Har HaShem’s Spiritual Support Group for people living with mental health issues, their family members and friends is a loving, supportive and confidential meeting place, and is open to all members of the Jewish community.

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Registration Open For Intro To Judaism Course

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Haver, the Boulder Rabbinic Council is again offering “Ikar: The Essentials of Judaism,” for interfaith couples, people considering religious conversion, Jews looking for an adult-level introduction or anyone who wants to learn more about Judaism.

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JEWISHcolorado’s Cindy Coons Receives North American Jewish Educators Award

JEWISHcolorado is thrilled to congratulate Cindy Coons on receiving the prestigious North American Grinspoon Award for Excellence in Jewish Education.

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Coherent Philanthropy: Six Tips For Effective Business Giving

Philanthropy is “coherent” when it is logical, well-organized, well-planned and sensible – as well as easy to understand and articulate.

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CU Professor Elias Sacks Coming to Steamboat Springs for Two Talks

This weekend, Professor Elias Sacks will return to Steamboat Springs to present two talks on August 17 and 18, 2018 at Har Mishpacha.

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We’ve Come Too Far to Stay Silent Any Longer

From August 19 through August 30, Jewish National Fund is bringing a farmer, a mother, and a student to share firsthand accounts of what life is like near the Gaza border. The true story.

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More Than 1,000 Expected at Saturday’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s

The fourth annual Boulder Walk to End Alzheimer’s is expected to easily top the 1,000 people it drew last year including Alzheimer’s caregivers, persons with the disease, family members and supporters.

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Independent Campus Hillel Established at CU Boulder, Names New Exec

The new Hillel will receive support from Hillel of Colorado, Hillel International and JEWISHcolorado; Seth Reder named executive director.

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Rosh Hashanah Returns To Temple Aaron in Trinidad

Reviving a Tradition that Began in 1883, Rosh Hashanah Services will be held at Temple Aaron in Trinidad, CO. Rabbi Lewis Bogage of Denver will officiate.

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