A weekend for young Jewish adults in the Colorado mountains filled with Fun * Depth * Prayer * Yoga * Hiking * Singing * Drumming * Eating * JOY November 9-11, 2012 Visit www.tefilahretreat.org for sample schedule, presenter bios, registration, and more! Space is limited. Registration is $90 with scholarships available. Contact the organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org This is an entirely volunteer-run project, subsidized with generous support from a Limmud learning-inspired grant, an initiative of Rose Community Foundation.
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“This was the coolest!” enthused Jillene Moore of Loveland, when asked about her experience cycling the Sukkah Bike Hop. Marv Goldman of Denver summed up his biking experience, “The ride immeasurably added value to the holiday: being outdoors, exercising, chatting, and eating with not only fellow cyclists and Jews, but also having the hospitality of families along the way.” Eighteen riders came together at the Chabad of NW Metro Denver in Westminster as the starting and ending spot for the three routes. Riders of all ages came from Boulder and across the Front Range, and from different Jewish backgrounds and cycling experiences. Read more at Boulder Jewish News. Click here for more pictures from the 2012 Sukkah Bike Hop.
On a recent, beautiful Sunday afternoon, an interfaith gathering of gardeners and Community Supported Agriculture volunteers gathered to meet one another and share the successes and challenges they face. Congressman Jared Polis was on hand to hear the stories from members of Jewish, Protestant, Catholic, Buddhist and Unitarian congregations, as well as graduate students studying faith communities and food sustainability. Hazon is a founding member of the Interfaith Coalition for Food Sustainability, which hosted the event. Read more about the gathering in the Boulder Daily Camera. The Interfaith Coalition for Food Sustainability enjoys a delicious potluck with ingredients from congregation gardens.
Boulder’s Tuv Ha’aretz CSA is offering a series of cooking classes
LAST CALL AT THE OASIS presents a powerful argument for why the global water crisis will be the central issue facing our world this century.
Why was Adam’s “consequence” to work the soil? Why were many of the Bible heroes shepherds?
Rabbi Marc Soloway finds surprising joy in milking goats once a week on Sunday mornings and gathering fresh eggs from Jewish goat and chicken co-ops.
200 attend first ever Hazon Rocky Mountain Jewish Food Summit
Announcing the full schedule of sessions and activities at the Rocky Mountain Jewish Food Summit.
Hazon staff shares why she’s not on Facebook at Boulder’s Ignite Chanukah event.
the Colorado Front Range communities are celebrating with festivals, classes, seders and more!
I was not brought up with Thanksgiving. My first exposure to this very American holiday was when I was in Yeshiva in Jerusalem.
Rocky Mountain Jewish Food Summit – a local day of learning, celebration, eating, community-building and hands-on doing at the intersection of food, sustainability and Jewish life