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Chanukah Skates Into Night 3 in Louisville

Chanukah Skates Into Night 3 in Louisville

Boulder County Jews again showed their flexibility as a good crowd showed up two nights "early" at Winterskate in Louisville for a rescheduled "Chanukah on Ice" Tuesday night.

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Boulder JCC Hosts Family Shabbat in the Park in Louisville

Boulder JCC Hosts Family Shabbat in the Park in Louisville

The Boulder JCC will be hosting Family Shabbat in the Park on Friday, August 26. This event will be an in-person, outside event at a park in Louisville. 

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Time to Light Up Boulder!

Time to Light Up Boulder!

Boulder Center for Judaism is excited that this year there are more large Menorahs displayed in Boulder County to help create a holiday spirit.

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Henry Rasof to Light Menorah at Chanukah on Ice

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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2018 Chanukah on Ice Lives Up to Name

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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Lamplighter Doug Velick Honored with Lighting Menorah at Chanukah on Ice

Lamplighter Doug Velick Honored with Lighting Menorah at Chanukah on Ice

Young and old joined for a late afternoon of skating to Chanukah Music at Winterskate in Louisville, schmoozing, noshing and participating in the lighting of the large menorah.

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Four Questions for Boulder County Lamplighter, Rabbi Richard Rocklin

Four Questions for Boulder County Lamplighter, Rabbi Richard Rocklin

The Boulder County Center for Judaism and the Boulder JCC are pleased to be able to honor Rabbi Richard Rocklin with the mitzvah of lighting this year’s Community Menorah in Louisville.

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