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Gluten Free Living in a Gluten Filled World

According to Dr. Peter Green, author of “Celiac Disease: a Hidden Epidemic,” nearly one in every 100 people are affected by Celiac disease. Lisa Velick shares information about gluten-free eating as well as a favorite recipe.

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Flobots Concert for Jewish Teens – Tuesday!

Jewish teens are invited to a special performance by the band Flobots Tuesday night. Doors open at 8:00 pm at the Inverness Hotel (Englewood). Open to any Jewish 8th-12th grader - need not be a member of BBYO. Details and video

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Knit Hats for Troops Overseas

For almost a year now, the Denver Public Library has been running a project called "K4OT", Knit for Our Troops, which has donated over 13,000 caps to soldiers deployed overseas. Jani Fellows writes about this Knitzvah project.

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Interfaith Spiritual Pilgrimage to the Holy Land for Peace, Healing and Prayer

This spring, bring the family on an Interfaith Philanthropic and Spiritual Pilgrimage, March 21-April 2, 2010 co-led by Boulder Renewal Rabbis Nadya and Victor Gross, Shepha Schneirsohn Vainstein and Imam Jihad Turk.

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Fiddler on the Roof Tickets

On the one hand, you could buy tickets on your own to see Topol in "Fiddler on the Roof" at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. On the other hand, you save money and go with Menorah!

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A Breakfast Group About Nothing

On the second Thursday of every month, a group of Jewish men get together for breakfast and the agenda is about nothing. Stan Kreis explains.

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Julie Geller In Concert Dec. 12

Congregation Bonai Shalom invites the community to this special opportunity to hear Julie Geller live in concert on December 12 (2nd night of Chanukah). Click for more info and a sample of Julie's music.

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Get Inspired — MASA Arts Opportunities in Israel

MASA Israel Journey provides more than 8,500 Jewish young adults each year with the opportunity to participate on a 5-12 month volunteer, academic or internship experience in Israel. Click for program info.

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Judaica Show at Boulder Arts and Crafts Coop

Boulder Arts & Crafts Gallery, an artist cooperative since 1971, celebrates the Jewish Holidays with all things colorful. The 2009 Judaica Show runs through January 10. Click for more info about local artists in the show.

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