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Kabbalat Shabbat: Crossing the Sea

On the culminating 8th day of Passover, which coincides with Shabbat, join us for an uplifting and intergenerational evening of joyous Shabbat music, ritual, and deep sharing as we “Cross the Sea” together.

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A Tale of Two Crowns

As Purim is upon us, I can’t help comparing the Purim story to the latest popular Netflix series, ‘The Crown.’

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Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend—Or Are They?

The Story of Arle de León, a Medieval Spanish-Jewish Wise Woman. Henry Rasof offers this not-Purimspeil, which may or may not be a continuation of last year's Purimspeil, or at least, includes some elements or references thereto. Enjoy!

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Purim Nugget: A Call for Unity

This upcoming Thursday is the festive holiday of Purim, which we celebrate the miraculous survival of the Jewish people in the year 357 BCE after there was a decree by the Persian King Achashveirosh to kill all the Jews in his vast empire of 127 countries.

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Boulder Community Purim Carnival at the Boulder JCC

Looking for some Purim family fun? Join us on Sunday, March 4th at the Boulder JCC for the annual Boulder Community Purim Carnival! This family-friendly celebration brings together the entire Boulder Jewish community. With carnival games, bouncy castles, falafel, hamantaschen, and loads of prizes, this is sure to be a joyous …

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Party With the Trees for Tu B’Shevat

Though Tu B’shevat comes during the heart of winter in North America, the holiday allows us to begin planning for the spring, assessing our environmental commitments for the year, and examining our spiritual place in the natural world.

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