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Magic, the Bible, and the Biblical Imagination in Jewish Mysticism

The University of Colorado Boulder’s Peak to Peak Lecture Series and the CU Carbondale Speakers Series present a talk with CU Boulder Professor Samuel Boyd titled "Magic, the Bible, and the Biblical Imagination in Jewish Mysticism” Saturday, April 15 at the Carbondale Branch Library, Carbondale, CO.

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Celebrate Two Birthdays at the J on May 1

Join JEWISHcolorado and the Boulder JCC for a family-friendly Israel Independence Day celebration featuring Israeli dancing, live music, children's activities, break-out sessions, falafel and a film.

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Teens: BJTI Annual Ski Day

We will be spending the morning hitting the runs then join together for lunch, ride to the top for a quick Shechayanu and enjoy each other’s company the rest of the afternoon on the mountain.

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Rabbi Shais Taub Addresses Connection Between Addictive Personalities and Spirituality

Rabbi Shais Taub, an internationally known speaker, writer and teacher on topics of Jewish spirituality and known for his work in the field of addiction will speak at the Boulder JCC on March 1 at 7 pm. The talk is free, and everyone is welcome.

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Boulder JCC Presents Reflections Volunteer Star, Carol Secor

This year, the Boulder JCC is excited to be honoring Volunteer Star, Carol Secor, who has been instrumental in allowing the Jewish community and the JCC to thrive here in Boulder.

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SIPP Community Update and Electronics Recycling Collection

Sustainable Israeli-Palestinian Projects President Peter Ornstein and electronic waste expert Anne Peters of Gracestone, Inc. will update the community on their recent trip to Israel and the West Bank on Thursday, January 19th.

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