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4 Questions for David Fellows, 2014/5775 Pearl St. Lamplighter

David Fellows

The Boulder County Center for Judaism and the Boulder JCC are pleased to be able to honor David Fellows, co-founder and co-publisher of the Boulder Jewish News, with the mitzvah of lighting this year’s Community Menorah.

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Chanukah – When Mail Delay Saves the Day

Many Chassidic masters tell us that the letter that is written to us from above on Rosh Hashana and sealed on Yom Kippur, does not actually reach our address until Chanukah.

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Hanukkah Picture Books

With just a couple of days remaining until the first Hanukkah candle is lit, are you still looking for a meaningful gift for a child?

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Igniting in 7 Days

Ignite Chanukah

All of Boulder’s Chanukah celebrations are right around the corner, including Ignite Chanukah!

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Join PJ Library for a Chanukah Celebration Brunch

Join PJ Library, a program provided by JEWISHcolorado, for a Chanukah Celebration Brunch! Meet other PJ parents and learn more about PJ Library and JEWISHcolorado in the Boulder community. We’ll be meeting at the home of Julie Grayson on December 17, 2014, from 9:30 am – 11:00 am. Kids are welcome, of course …

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Chanukah Night 4 Community Shabbat Dinner

Friday evening, December 19th is Boulder County Center for Judaism's annual “Friday Night Chanukah Dinner,” a community dinner open to the entire Jewish community.

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Four Questions for Boulder County Lamplighter, Rabbi Richard Rocklin

The Boulder County Center for Judaism and the Boulder JCC are pleased to be able to honor Rabbi Richard Rocklin with the mitzvah of lighting this year’s Community Menorah in Louisville.

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Save the Date for Chanukah on Pearl St. Mall

Chanukah is only a week away, and you don’t want to miss one of the highlights of the season in Boulder – the Menorah Lighting on the Pearl Street Mall.

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Get Hands-On This Hanukkah

I love to get hands-on with the little ones in our family, creating activities that are joyous and boisterous and even a little messy. Here's some suggestions for your family.

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