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Around Town: Happenings of interest to our community

Around Town: Happenings of interest to our community

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* Yom Hazikaron ceremony at Boulder JCC

Sunday, April 30, 5-6:30pm

* HAVER, the Boulder Rabbinic Fellowship, is looking to hire a part-time (20-25 hrs per month) administrative support,
specifically to help manage, develop and monitor IKAR, their annual Introduction to Judaism class, as well as any other Haver sponsored programs. Compensation: $20/hour. Please send cover letter, references and resume to Rabbi Fred Greene at For more information, go to www.Boulder

* Shalom Boulder! at the Boulder JCC

Wednesday, May 10 | 5:30 - 7pm | FREE

New to Boulder? Questions about our community? Looking to meet people?

Get your questions answered. Learn about the Boulder and Jewish Community. meet new people., schmooze, nosh, and grab and drink.

Whether you have been here for 5 days or 5 years this is for you! There will be information about local events, community organizations and other ways to get involved.

* Fundamentals of Judaism in the eyes of Kabbalah

A new 10-week class with Ziva Moyal.
Mondays, 6:30-8pm, March 6 - May 22
at Ziva's house in Louisville
$90 for the course, or $10 per session

Open to both beginners and those seeking to deepen their understanding of the subject. We will base our learning on "An Essay on Fundamentals" by Ramchal (Rabbi Moshe Chayyim Luzzatto.) The text will be provided.

For more info and to register, call Ziva at 720-465-9030

* “Not in Shul: Jewish Spiritual Home Practices” Kevah Group Taught by Eve Ilsen

This intimate learning group will meet weekly for 7 sessions in the space that was Reb Zalman’s library in South Boulder.  Eve will lead us in deep learning about traditional Jewish practices normally done in our homes, drawing from her own experience and learning both from Reb Zalman, z’l, (Ashkenazi,) and from her late teacher, Mme. Colette Aboulker Muscat, (Sepharadi). Our tradition is rich in practices woven into our daily lives that expand and direct our consciousness and enrich our inner life. The connections we  build with each other in this class also support  us in bringing  spirituality into our homes as a natural process. Thursdays from 7-8:30pm March 9 - April 20. Email to register, and click here for more information about Kevah's model for grassroots Jewish learning experiences​.


* Awakening Through Grief: Yoga Therapy Program with Grief Support Network


* Postcards to the Earth installation, part of the NoBo Art District Group Show at the Boulder Public Library Canyon Gallery.

* Jewish Resistance at Aipac: Boulder Community Action Meeting with IfNotNow

Tuesday, March 7, 6-8pm at Boulder Public Library - Meadows Branch

* Ruach Ha'Aretz - Week-long Jewish Renewal Retreat in Stony Point, NY

July 10-16, 2017

* Kohenet Priestess Training: New Cohort Application Online Now!

Boulder Friends of International Students (BFIS) at CU

Since the 1950s, international students have been matched with local hospitality families through the Boulder Friends of International Students (BFIS). With the increase in numbers of international students at CU-Boulder, there is more demand for hospitality families. BFIS matches families with students of similar interests. Students do not live with their families, but meet with them regularly for activities, such as dinners, visits to museums, hiking, or participating in a BFIS sponsored events such as ice skating or picnics. There is also the option for busy families to host for just a dinner. For more information, contact BFIS coordinator Sam Cosgrove,
Joys of Jewishing - ALEPH Kallah back in Colorado!

* Foster Care

Children in your community need you! We need volunteers, foster family helpers, respite providers and foster/adoptive parents! Call Samantha at 303-441-1081 or go to our webpage at and sign up for our next Foster Parent Orientation.

Sun, 23 April 2017 27 Nisan 5777