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From Krav Maga to Burekas, Israel Comes to the Boulder JCC for Yom Ha’atzmaut

Israel Independence Day at the J on May 8 features a new festival-style celebration.

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Celebrate SIPP 2019, Supporting the Environment and Civil Society

The Boulder community is invited to join Sustainable Israeli-Palestinian Projects (SIPP) on Sunday, April 28, 2019 from 4:00 to 5:30 pm at the West Boulder Senior Center, for presentations about their work, hors d'oeuvres and dessert.

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Make PB&Js at Sunday’s J-Serve – National Jewish Day of Service

This Sunday is National Jewish Day of Service, and Boulder Jewish Teen Initiative, BBYO, Jewish Student Connection, the Joyce Zeff Israel Study Tour, and others will be hosting a J-Serve, Jewish Teens Serving the World event.

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Live Music and Beer at Harmony + Hops

Join Congregation Har HaShem for an afternoon of live music, beer, and food at our Boulder-style "gala" outdoors on our lawn on Sunday, May 5.

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What’s Up, Boulder?

Learn about the city’s top projects and services, see clear timelines and hear how you can impact decisions about our future, all at the Boulder JCC!

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Adventure Judaism Congregation Hosting 10th Moab Seder

On the weekend of April 19-21, 2019 the Adventure Judaism Congregation will be hosting their tenth Passover retreat in Moab, Utah.

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“Wounds into Wisdom:” Reb Tirzah Talk at Boulder Book Store

On Tuesday, April 2nd at Boulder Book Store, Tirzah Firestone will discuss "Wounds into Wisdom: Healing Intergenerational Jewish Trauma," a book that addresses the impact of both collective and personal trauma in a dramatic portrayal of the lasting effects of extreme stress on the descendants of those who first suffered it.

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Cathy Summer and Steve Ellis Honored at Boulder JCC’s 12th Annual Reflections

This year, the Boulder JCC honors visionaries in our community. At our 12th Annual Reflections, taking place at the Boulder JCC for the first time ever, Cathy Summer and Steve Ellis and Miche and Noah Bacher will be honored.

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