Tag Archives: boulder county center for judaism

Unpacking Unorthodox

Lisa Dicksteen interviews Miriam Lipskier, co-founder and director of the Chabad Student Centre at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, about her upcoming talk "Unorthodox."

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DIY Passover Seder

In response to those asking for guidance on how to prepare for their Seder for the first time, included is a list of To-Dos & FAQs.

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Henry Rasof to Light Menorah at Chanukah on Ice

Chanukah on Ice attracts a crowd of families for outdoor ice skating to Chanukah music, with stops for hot chocolate, soufganiot (traditional jelly doughnuts), and the lighting of the largest menorah in Boulder County.

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Bruce and Rhonda Wildman to Be 2019 Lamplighters for Pearl Street Menorah Lighting

An important part of every year’s Chanukah celebration is the honor of lighting the menorah. This year’s Lamplighters are Rhonda and Bruce Wildman, long-time residents who have worked tirelessly on behalf of the Boulder Jewish community.

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Chanukah Friday Night Dinner Night Number 6

Friday evening, December 27th is Boulder County Center for Judaism’s annual “Friday Night Chanukah Dinner,” a community Shabbat dinner open to the entire Jewish community.  

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Torah and Tea – Women’s Torah Study this Wednesday

Have you ever learned the Torah portion in depth and enjoy debating about morals and values? Here is your chance.  Chany Scheiner of Boulder Center for Judaism is offering a stimulating Torah class.  This week we are delving into Parshat Mikeitz in Genesis (Bereishit).  Delve into timeless teachings from the …

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2018 Chanukah on Ice Lives Up to Name

Louisville was appropriately frosty Thursday night, as dozens turned out to skate, drink hot chocolate, eat sufganyot and watch as Adam Sloat lit the Giant Menorah at WinterSkate. 

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Chanukah in Our Times

The story of Chanukah begins in the year 167 BCE, when a Greek Macedonian kingdom centered in what is today Syria had tried to outlaw the Jewish religion in Israel and replace it with Hellenistic culture.

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