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Local Artist Brings “Festival of Color” and Front Page Story to BJCC

While you may expect art to be part of the curriculum of a preschool student, it’s not often that children get to work with nationally-renowned artists.

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Eight Nights by Jennifer Maisel – Reading and Panel on Immigration and Refugee Rights

Congregation Nevei Kodesh will present a staged reading of the powerful new play by LA writer, Jennifer Maisel on the first night of Hanukkah, December 12th.

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Annual Lighting of Boulder County’s Largest Menorah on Pearl Street Mall on Night 2

Every year, hundreds of people from Boulder brave the always-variable weather to watch the lighting of Boulder County’s Biggest Menorah on the fabulous Pearl Street Mall together.

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 Tiki Beat Taboo is a Dance Party of Groovy Music, Multimedia Projections, History and Fantasy

The 60's Tiki craze gets a modern musical makeover in Tiki Beat Taboo, a multimedia concert inspired by the formidable 19th century queen of the Hawaiian Islands who freed her people of the many taboos that separated them.

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Miss Israel 2013 to Speak at CU Boulder

Jewish National Fund and Media Watch International are bringing former Miss Israel Titi Aynaw to the U.S. for a speaking tour at college campuses across the U.S., including CU Boulder on October 31.

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SHE: Third Biannual Embodied Judaism Symposium and Exhibit

Who is She? The Shekhinah, which derives from the Hebrew word for "dwell or settle," is a feminine divine presence, guiding and protecting men and women everywhere. Learn more at the Third Biannual Embodied Judaism Symposium at CU Boulder.

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Celebrate Sukkot at a Colorado Icon

Help kick off the rebirth of Temple Aaron, oldest synagogue in Colorado, as it hosts its first Sukkot celebration in many years on Sunday, October 8th in Trinidad.

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“The Yellow Ticket” Silent Film Screening Features Live Score Performance

CU Boulder and the Dairy Arts Center are pleased to present a screening of a rare 1918 silent film, "The Yellow Ticket," accompanied by an original film score composed and performed live by klezmer violinist Alicia Svigals with jazz pianist Marilyn Lerner.

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