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CU Boulder Program in Jewish Studies 2 Offer 2 New Klezmer Programs

The Program in Jewish Studies and College of Music are pleased to offer two more online concerts this fall exploring klezmer music and Middle Eastern/North African Jewish poetic songs (piyyutim). The concerts will be in a webinar format, blending performance and discussion.

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The Mobile Sukkah Comes to Boulder County

This year to accommodate those choosing to stay home due to health fears, Boulder County Center for Judaism decided to build a Mobile Sukkah, bringing holiday joy to Boulder County's Jews.

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PJ Library Offers Free Sukkot & Simchat Torah Fun for the Family

Why do we blow a shofar?  What should we do in between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur?  When do we sit in the sukkah?  The answers to these questions – and much, much more – can be found in “A Time to Grow: A PJ Library Family Guide to the Fall Holidays”, a beautiful, free resource to help Jewish families.

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Monday: Webinar Concert on Contemporary Klezmer Music and Yiddish Song

Join Zoë Aqua and Adah Hetko for a conversation/performance centered around the contemporary klezmer and Yiddish song scene. Zoë and Adah will talk about their current projects, what inspires them, and how the histories of klezmer music and Yiddish song have influenced their work.

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Ready For Something New? Experience Yom Kippur Humanistically!

The Beth Ami – Colorado Congregation for Humanistic Judaism community will observe Yom Kippur LIVE under the leadership of our madrikha (leader), Sheila Malcolm. We will gather together at the Martin Park Picnic Shelter, near Table Mesa & Broadway in Boulder.

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CU Boulder Program in Jewish Studies Offers Webinar Concert on Contemporary Klezmer Music and Yiddish Song

Join Zoë Aqua and Adah Hetko for a conversation/performance centered around the contemporary klezmer and Yiddish song scene. Zoë and Adah will talk about their current projects, what inspires them, and how the histories of klezmer music and Yiddish song have influenced their work.

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Shofar in the Park – Alternative Rosh Hashanah Celebration

To accommodate those who would otherwise not participate in formal Rosh Hashanah synagogue services, Rabbi Scheiner of Boulder Center for Judaism is promoting a brief, open to all, Rosh Hashanah ceremony that includes the primary observances of the holiday. There will be a special activity for kids and a small holiday gift takeaway.

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Foundation Partnership Helps Boost Legacy Giving for Jewish Organizations

Rose Community Foundation is partnering with the Harold Grinspoon Foundation (HGF) on a new initiative called Each One Reach One, with the goal of increasing the number of donors that have committed to leaving a legacy gift to a Jewish organization.

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Time for a Change? Observe Tashlich Humanistically!

.  Our madrikha (leader), Sheila Malcolm, will lead us in a Humanistic Tashlich service at Viele Lake and the Harlow Platts Picnic Shelter in South Boulder (1360 Gillaspie Dr, Boulder 80305).  This will be followed by an optional BYO lunch.

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