Boulder Jewish Networking Group Open for Business

Nosh & Network has been meeting continuously throughout the pandemic with a free virtual Speed Networking session once a month. This 90-minute program meets on the second Tuesday of each month, from 4 - 5:30 pm, with the next gathering scheduled for November 9.

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New(ish) To Boulder – Get Connected to Your Community!

Whether you moved to Boulder a few weeks or a few years ago, join us for the next New(ish) to Boulder Zoom Calls on Friday, October 22 and Friday, November 5.

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The Teenage Years: Better Run Away

nveloped in my tallit. Our next-door neighbors have two adorable kids, the oldest a loquacious blonde with a favorite game. I watch him try, often successfully, to run away from his house and down the street while his panicked nanny chases him and screams epithets in Spanish. Every day he gets a little farther and she screams a little louder.

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Column: Question ‘Palestine’, Whatever It Is

“Saying ‘Free Palestine’ is the beginning of what we meet to talk about on this issue,” says Canadian author Desmond Cole. As I moved on to read his further comments, I was anxious to finally learn what “Free Palestine” means. Many readers are probably cynical enough to expect Cole to disappoint.

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Boulder Teens Invited to Learn About Summer Israel Trip Opportunity

This trip is open to teens who identify as Jewish or teens who are connected to the Colorado Jewish community and who are currently juniors in high school.  

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10th Jerusalem Winner Marathon: Running Through 3,000 Years of History

After being postponed due to the Corona pandemic, the marathon will take place on October 29th and will constitute the biggest sporting event in Israel after lifting some of the restrictions.

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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. RSVP by Thursday, October 14th.

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JCRC, ADL Condemn Vandalism of Denver’s Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception

JCRC and ADL strongly condemn the vandalism targeting the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Denver that was discovered before Mass Sunday, October 10.

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Educators: Learn about The Legacy of the St. Louis

The Colorado Holocaust Educators have announced their fall training geared for middle and high school teachers. Due to the webinar nature of the program, educators from across the United States are invited to attend. The program is also open to non-educators interested in the topic.

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Join the Boulder JCC in Honoring Indigenous Peoples’ Day

The Boulder JCC is working with Right Relationship Boulder to present a virtual program on Wednesday, October 13 at 7 pm MT, on Fort Chambers, one of the staging grounds for the 1864 Sand Creek Massacre. 

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Read Any Good Books Lately? It’s Time for Another Beth Ami Readers’ Circle!

What a wonderful way to spend a Sunday afternoon: discussing books with a Jewish or Humanistic theme.

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Column: Coincidence? Iron Dome Triggers Rare Bipartisan Stand Over Process in Congress

It might otherwise have been delightful to witness a lone irregular Republican senator join with a handful of insufferable House Democrats who take a bipartisan stand over process and money in the halls of Congress.

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Boulder JCC Cancels Final Outdoor Movie Night for the Season

The Boulder JCC has canceled this event, originally scheduled for Thursday night. We're sorry for any inconvenience/misunderstanding.

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Sunday: Indigenous Wisdom for Healing Intergenerational Trauma

We will discuss the indigenous wisdom that has historically been used to heal intergenerational trauma, and why it is especially important at this time of upheaval and transformation with Dr. Anita Sanchez, Nahua (Aztec) and Mexican American.

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“What Works: Gun Violence Prevention in Communities” – Stand SAFE 2021, October 5

. This year's event is titled "What Works: Gun Violence Prevention in Communities." Our discussion will focus on various gun violence prevention initiatives that have been implemented at the local and state levels.

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80 Years After the Babi Yar Massacre – Our Duty Cannot Be Destroyed

Israel's flag flying atop Masada.

By Dr. Michael Laitman In September 1941, within just two days, the Nazis murdered 33,771 Jews in the Babi Yar ravine on the outskirts of Kiev in then Nazi-occupied Ukraine. In doing so, they had effectively eliminated the Jewish population in the country’s capital. The Jews did not gather in …

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Letter: Voting “Present”: The Refuge of Cowards

Members of Congress are paid  large six-figure salaries and many thousands of dollars more in perks to make decisions, that is, to vote  Yea or Nay — not to vote “Present.” 

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