Tag Archives: Jewish

Co-op Classroom – Take an Art Class!

Boulder Arts & Crafts, which hosts an annual Judaica show, offers art classes in November. Take a 2 hour class in jewelry making, jewelry silk knotting, fused glass, book making, repoussé, or stamp carving. Taught by artists from Boulder Arts & Crafts, you will have fun learning with plenty of …

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Mah Jongg November 3, Tuesday at Gindi Cafe

The weekly Glacier/Gindi Game is at Gindi Cafe, 3601 Arapahoe #181 (in the Peloton) at 7 pm~ Beginners welcome! Gindi Cafe has terrific sandwiches, salads, and drinks. Have a game you want to share? Need a 4th or 5th because someone can’t make it? Share the news here. You can …

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Boulder Welcomes Rebecca Rubin

Award-winning author Jacqueline Dembar Greene spoke to a sold-out crowd of girls, parents, and their historical doll friends at the Boulder JCC on Sunday afternoon.

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Stepping Stones Matching Grant Challenge

Boulder Stepping Stones has received a grant to help the program get through these tough economic times. However, one small piece of the grant is contingent on raising $3,000 locally. Click on the headline for details.

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Week in Review: October 30, 2009

Shabbat Shalom! It was a busy (and snowy) week in Boulder County. Here is this week's story recap. Click the headline to see the list of stories.

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Have a Heart: Returning Soul to the Center of Giving

There is no doubt that this has been a “unique” year to be a fundraiser for the Jewish community. Whether you are a donor or an "asker," participating in the mitzvah of tzedakah helps connect us to our soul's purpose. Click the headline for the full text.

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Question for a Snowy Day

Readers, help us out on this one. According to Yelp.com, there are over 100 coffee/tea shops in the greater Boulder area – including Longmont, Louisville, Superior, Lafayette, Broomfield and Nederland.   On a day like today, at which coffee/tea place are you most likely to run into your Jewish friends?  Click …

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Art Show Reception and Film Sunday Night

The Boulder JCC's Festival of Books and Culture presents two programs on Sunday night, November 1, both held at the Boulder JCC, 3800 Kalmia Avenue, Boulder.Click the headline for more information.

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Doll Tea Party Sold Out

The Festival of Books & Culture at the Boulder JCC begins Sunday, November 1 with a sold-out event, "Welcoming Rebecca Rubin: Doll Tea Party." Click the headline for more information about Rebecca.

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An Informal List of Jewish Inventions, Innovations and Radical Ideas

From Kathryn Bernheimer's presentation on why Jews have been innovators in disproportionate numbers at "Smashing the Idols: A Teach-in and Launch of MoVeRs".

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Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi Panelist on Interfaith Panel at Naropa

In honor of Naropa University President Dr. Stuart Lord's commitment to interreligious understanding and community service, the university will hold an interfaith dialog titled "Spiritual Practice and Social Engagement" during his inauguration. Click on the headline to read the rest of the story.

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MoVeRs Program Launches Tonight at CU

Tonight, Thursday, October 22 at 7 PM at CU-Boulder’s University Memorial Center 235, the Program in Jewish Studies at CU launches their MoVeRs Program with “Smashing the Idols”. Click on the headline to see the rest of the story!

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Mah Jongg October 20 – Tuesday at Gindi Cafe

The weekly Glacier/Gindi Game is at Gindi Cafe, 3601 Arapahoe #181 (in the Peloton) at 7 pm~ Beginners welcome! Gindi Cafe has terrific sandwiches, salads, and drinks. Have a game you want to share? Need a 4th or 5th because someone can’t make it? Share the news here. You can …

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Daniel Ayalon to Speak at AJF Event

The Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado announced Thursday that the speaker for this year's Men's Event will be Daniel Ayalon, current Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs for the State of Israel and the former Ambassador of Israel to the United States from 2002 to 2006.

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