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Holidays

Passover, Freedom to be Green

We are approaching the fabulous celebration of Passover, Pesach, our freedom holiday. Debbie Garelick asks what do we need freedom from today? Who is the Pharaoh in our lives?

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Volunteers Needed For Senior Seders

Jewish Family Services needs volunteers for Passover seders for local seniors (held during Spring Break). Donations also welcome.

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Get Your Fill of Chametz!

Where do you eat the day before Passover, when the house is clean but the holiday hasn't yet started?

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Rolling in Dough

Chabad Lubavitch of Boulder County once again hosts the amazing Model Matzah Bakery - an exciting educational and fun experience for the entire family.

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Boulder Purim Pics

Check out these slideshows from Purim parties around town this weekend. Happy Purim!

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Purim Hebrew High Style

On Wednesday night, February 24th, Boulder Hebrew High celebrated Purim "teen" style.

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Local Purim Celebrations This Weekend

The Fast of Esther is on Thursday (due to the timing of Shabbat/ Purim). The festivities start on Friday and continue through the weekend.

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Purim Pleasure: Role-play as Foreplay

Dr. Jenni looks at Purim - one of the most fun, festive, and pleasurable holidays experienced in Judaism - in a new way.

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Boo, Haman!

Lisa shares her gluten free hamentaschen recipe for Purim, or anytime!

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Seeing the Whole Megillah

Morah Yehudis Fishman shares a teaching about Purim that weaves through generations all the way to your own soul.

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A PJ Party Not to Miss!

PJ Library holds a Tzekakah Celebration on Sunday with Rabbi Marc Soloway, for preschoolers through third graders and their families.

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Purim FUNraiser at Bonai Shalom

Local businesses are invited to sponsor Bonai Shalom's upcoming Purim fundraiser - and you can participate too!

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