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.
How Sweet It Is! A series of honey and bee-related programming hosted by Ekar Farm, Mizel Museum and Hazon.
Ramah Outdoor Adventure, a Jewish summer camp in Colorado, decided that this summer they would conduct a chicken Shechita (ritual slaughter)
Come enjoy harvest time in Ekar’s fields. Pick some veggies for donation to JFS Weinberg Food Pantry and pick some some for your family.
The Denver JCC Edibly Fit CSA is offering a free screening of Mother, a locally produced, award winning documentary about the consequences of human population growth and over-consumption.
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.
the Colorado Front Range communities are celebrating with festivals, classes, seders and more!
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