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In Final Fantasy XIV, players have plenty of things to do besides fighting monsters and completing quests: they can coordinate outfits, go fishing, craft their own clothing and items, start a farm, play mahjong, and so much more. I figured out how to build a sukkah.
Join Congregation Har HaShem, Congregation Nevei Kodesh and J Street for a meaningful discussion with Nadav Tamir, a leading expert on US-Israel relations.
Community as Family, a supportive group at Har HaShem committed to creating and strengthening meaningful connections for any senior (age 55+) aging alone, will be hosting Dr. Jed Shapiro on Monday, October 23 at 11:00am in the South Building.
An array of exciting Sukkot events at the Boulder JCC promises to make the holiday even more special, starting Sunday Oct. 1 and going through Thursday, Oct. 5.
The Religious School at Congregation Nevei Kodesh is holding an Open House/Family Sukkot Gathering Sunday, October 1st, 3-5pm.
On Sunday, October 15 from 10:30 am - 12 pm at the Boulder JCC, you are invited to be a part of a remarkable event that sheds light on this important chapter in history.
CU Boulder's Program in Jewish Studies and the Singer Chair in Jewish History will welcome Osi Sladek, a Holocaust child survivor from Slovakia who lives in Denver, to give testimony about his and his parent's suffering and survival in the Holocaust in the Slovak-Hungarian-Polish borderlands.
“The goal of the Chai Life Group is to gather single Jewish older adults together for fun, social, and intellectually stimulating programs.”