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Shabbat Ha’aretz: Judaism, Land Use, Social Justice and Climate Change

The next shmita cycle starts this Rosh Hashanah. Hence, September 23 begins the biblical sabbatical year. Hazon has scheduled two events to celebrate, discuss and understand.

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The Sale of the Year

The sale of the leavened, which is done by the Rabbi, is a complicated process which complies with the Torah laws that make it a total sale. Quick, find out how you can sell your chametz!

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Israeli Wines

"With our passion for wine and the approach of Passover, we decided to go on a quest and educate ourselves on Kosher Wines. We had the pleasure of interviewing winemakers and experts who produce Kosher wines around the country and Israel." -- Grape Collective

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Chabad of Boulder Hosting Communal Seder

Bringing the warmth and tradition of Passover to the Boulder Jewish community, Chabad Lubavitch of Boulder County is once again hosting a community Seder on the first night of Passover.

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New Haggadah Lessens Temptation To Pass Over Seder

Modern Jewish families that shy away from participating in the annual Passover Seder due to its typical two- to five-hour ceremony will cheer Cass and Nellie Foster's "Sixty-Minute Seder: Preserving the Essence of the Passover Haggadah."

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