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Shalom Boulder – Get Connected to the Jewish Community!

Meet your neighbors and learn more about Jewish life in Boulder at a fun Fall gathering! Whether you moved to Boulder a few weeks ago or a few years ago, the Boulder JCC Welcoming Committee invites you to their Shalom Boulder event on Wednesday, November 6.

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Jews Out West: Embodied Judaism Symposium and Exhibit

Children surrounding an older, adult camp counselor at the JCC Ranch Camp. Credit: JCC Ranch Camp.

CU Boulder’s Program in Jewish Studies and University Libraries’ Special Collections, Archives and Preservation are pleased to present Jews Out West, the Fourth Biannual Embodied Judaism Symposium and Exhibit.

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Celebrating the Jewish Songsmiths of the Motown Era

Join ACE as we explore the Jewish contribution to R&B, Motown, and soul – all of which reflected changing racial relations during the civil rights era. Lunch and Learn on October 17, concert on October 27.

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Blackbelly and Milk and Honey Farm Partner for Farm Dinner

Glimpses of fall are beginning to show themselves with the weather cooling, evening showers, and turning leaves. At Milk and Honey Farm, Farmers Becca Gan Levy and Molly Sease are continuing to grow and harvest a range of incredible produce including squash, cucumbers, tomatoes, kale, and zucchini. The Farm is …

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Learn How to Travel with Purpose at ACE’s Lunch and Learn

Hooked on the excitement of travel and committed to creating positive change in the world, Blumenfeld comes to the Boulder JCC for a Lunch and Learn at noon on Thursday, September 26.

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JCC Mizel Arts and Culture Center Hosts 23 Events This Fall

Beginning this weekend, the JCC Mizel Arts and Culture Center is hosting 23 events this fall focused on Jewish arts, authors, movies and music, bringing nationally and globally recognized and acclaimed Jewish comics, authors, artists, musicians, actors and producers to Denver.

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Character Day 2019 Launches A Global Technology Shabbat Movement

Character Day, the global phenomenon that brings together millions of individuals and groups in schools, congregations, homes, and companies to engage in character development, this year tackles one of the most universal, urgent questions: how do we create a healthier relationship between humanity and technology?

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Nevei Kodesh Postpones Ancestral Healing Workshop with Elsa Asher

On September 21st Elsa Asher will be at Nevei Kodesh teaching an Ancestral Healing Workshop. This daylong workshop encourages relating with blood and family lineage ancestors, cultivates connection with guides, and creates boundaries and support for troubled dead.

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Boulder and Ramat HaNegev Mayors Meet, Make Sister Cities Official

Mayor Suzanne Jones of Boulder and Mayor Eran Doran of Ramat HaNegev met at Boulder's Municipal Building Tuesday night (September 10) and made it official: they signed the Sister City paperwork and exchanged gifts to seal the deal.

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A Boulder Guide to High Holiday Services

Boulder has many options for its diversified Jewish community. Here’s a quick synopsis – in alphabetical order – of some of the services and denominations in Boulder to help you find a good fit.

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BJCF Streamlines 2019 Infrastructure Grant Process

The mission of the BJCF has stayed the same since our inception in 1995 – To create a culture and environment where Jewish life will thrive for all members of the Boulder County Jewish Community.

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