Tag Archives: rscs

Sustainable Israeli-Palestinian Projects (SIPP) Highlights Its Mini-Grant Projects (Part 3)

Tune in via Zoom at 11 am MST on December 6th to hear from SIPP’s seven new Mini-Grant recipients.

Read More »

CU Program in Jewish Studies Offers Webinar on Klezmer Music as Jewish Dialogue and Jewish Discourse

This program will introduce klezmer music as a kind of Jewish dialogue, or Jewish discourse. Klezmer is Jewish instrumental music from Eastern Europe, and it comes from the same culture as the Yiddish literature of Sholem Aleichem, S. J. Abramovitsh, and others.

Read More »

Sustainable Israeli-Palestinian Projects (SIPP) Highlights Its Mini-Grant Projects on December 6th

Anyone interested in work that benefits both Israelis and Palestinians is invited to attend this exciting Zoom event and hear from SIPP’s seven new Mini-Grant recipients. These projects cover a wide range of civil society and environmental programs that support efforts to promote peace and well-being.

Read More »

Sunday, December 6th: Celebrate SIPP! Your Gifts at Work

Anyone interested in work that benefits both Israelis and Palestinians is invited to attend this exciting Zoom event. SIPP will introduce you to our seven new Mini-Grant recipients.

Read More »

Hear the True Story That Inspired the Netflix Film – “Red Sea Spies”

Raffi Berg will speak about his new book, “Red Sea Spies” on Sunday, November 15 as part of the Boulder JCC’s LitFest. Berg is the Middle East editor of the BBC News website, and has extensive experience reporting on Israel and the wider region.

Read More »

Rebbe-meises: Chasidic Stories from Reb Zalman, Told by Eve Ilsen

Join master performer and storyteller Eve Ilsen as she shares some of the most memorable and life-affirming “rebbe meises” (rabbinic fables), shared with her by Reb Zalman over the course of their twenty-seven-year marriage.

Read More »

Michael J. Fox Joins LitFest Program on November 19

In "No Time Like the Future: An Optimist Considers Mortality," Michael shares personal stories and observations about illness and health, aging, the strength of family and friends, and how our perceptions about time affect the way we approach mortality.

Read More »

Buy Local Produce This Winter as Tuv Ha’aretz Partnership Turns 11

Due to decreased restaurant sales as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the farm is offering a winter CSA for the first time in a number of years.

Read More »

Author Talk with Jim McCloskey – Boulder JCC LitFest

"WHEN TRUTH IS ALL YOU HAVE" is a riveting story of devotion, sacrifice, and vindication from the founder of America’s first organization committed to freeing the wrongly imprisoned. Thursday, November 12.

Read More »

Free Webinar – Klezmer Music as Jewish Dialogue and Jewish Discourse

Klemzer Musicians

This lecture will introduce klezmer music as a kind of Jewish dialogue, or Jewish discourse. Klezmer is Jewish instrumental music from Eastern Europe, and it comes from the same culture as the Yiddish literature of Sholem Aleichem, S. J. Abramovitsh, and others. December 14th, 2020.

Read More »