Events

What We Are Looking Forward To In 2021

New opportunities and programs developed over the last nine months attested to the power of the virtual stage. There is a lot to look forward to in the coming months but here is a small sample of what we are the most excited about.

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Tips for a Healthy New Year

Meet professor Penny Friedberg and take a holistic approach to nutrition using a variety of food recommendations to help start the new year with increased energy, stamina, and wellness.

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Children and Family Programs over Winter Break

Milk and Honey Farm at the Boulder JCC will be offering two virtual programs over winter break for families. It’s cold outside, but we can still warm each other’s hearts and get together virtually! 

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Celebrate the New Year of Chassidism

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Join us on Sunday, December 6, at 5:30 pm either live with social distancing or virtually for an evening of song and Chassidic teachings in honor of the Chassidic holiday of Yud-Tes Kislev. 

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CU Program in Jewish Studies Offers Webinar on Klezmer Music as Jewish Dialogue and Jewish Discourse

This program will introduce klezmer music as a kind of Jewish dialogue, or Jewish discourse. Klezmer is Jewish instrumental music from Eastern Europe, and it comes from the same culture as the Yiddish literature of Sholem Aleichem, S. J. Abramovitsh, and others.

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Sustainable Israeli-Palestinian Projects (SIPP) Highlights Its Mini-Grant Projects on December 6th

Anyone interested in work that benefits both Israelis and Palestinians is invited to attend this exciting Zoom event and hear from SIPP’s seven new Mini-Grant recipients. These projects cover a wide range of civil society and environmental programs that support efforts to promote peace and well-being.

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