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Standing for Humanity in Gaza and Israel

On May 22, join Boulder JCC for a reading of "How to Remain a Humanist After a Massacre in 17 Steps," a poignant play set against the backdrop of Middle-East conflict, followed by a panel discussion and poetry readings. Pre-register online.

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Yom HaZikaron Memorial Day Commemoration

The Boulder JCC, in partnership with the Israeli American Council, is honoring Yom HaZikaron on Sunday, May 12 with representatives from the Israeli community leading everyone in song and telling personal stories regarding their experiences with a family member or friend who has fallen by war or terrorism in Israel. 

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Milk and Honey Farm at the Boulder JCC Partners with the Jewish Farmer Network

Milk and Honey Farm partnered with the Jewish Farmer Network to cultivate Quishum melons, enhancing Jewish agricultural connections and celebrating ancestral seeds through the Jewish Seed Project.

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Inside the Colorado Music Scene with Chuck Morris

Chuck Morris, pivotal in developing Colorado's music scene, shares insights on May 8 at Boulder JCC. Inducted into Colorado Music Hall of Fame, he transformed local venues and promoted major acts.

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Celebrate Passover on the Farm!

Together with Farmer Becca and Farmer Rachel, we will explore the outdoor hands-on experience of the holiday as a family affair to make the holiday relevant and meaningful.

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Cultivating Coexistence and Hope: Arava Institute Visits Boulder

The Arava Institute for Environmental Studies may be familiar to many folks in Boulder County because of the Israel Ride, an annual 5-day bike ride from Jerusalem to Eilat.  Rabbi Marc Soloway, of Congregation Bonai Shalom, has participated in the Israel Ride three times.  “Each time I participated in the …

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Lifelong Learning Classes Set for Winter 2024

The Boulder JCC hosted an Open House for Winter 2024 term with over 75 attendees. The term will offer diverse classes beginning January 2024, including studies on the Colorado River, short plays evolution, cosmology, and the Roosevelts' influence on American liberalism.

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Hearing The Cry of a Child

As graduation speeches and flying caps fill the air, we may wonder about the extent and duration of the influence that schools and individual teachers may have on students, both in knowledge and character. Rabbis in the past and present have given plenty of advice about how to teach.

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JNF Special Report: Jewish Disabilities Awareness Month In Israel

The Plagim Regional School at Kibbutz HaZorea, located near the Menashe plateau in the Carmel Mountain range, is making sure that their children don’t miss out on the experience and celebration of nature on Tu BiShvat or any other day of the year.

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Getting Hot With Hadassah

Dr. Jenni Skyler of the Intimacy Institute presents Getting Hot With Hadassah: A Talk on Sex and Intimacy for Jewish Women on February 15.

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Jewish Death Cafe

The objective of a Death Café is to ‘increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their ‘finite’ lives.”

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Eat, Taste, Savor – Hazon Jewish Food Festival

Where can you contribute to a traveling international art exhibition, eat Jewish food from India, harvest crops for local food banks, make your own lip balm, and eat a kosher dry-roasted locust?

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So What is Post Holocaust American Judaism?

The Program in Jewish Studies at CU Boulder, together with the Department of Religious Studies and Naropa University are beginning a series of events that will examine Post Holocaust American Judaism, which is quickly becoming a central issue in the field of contemporary Jewish Studies.

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