We are planning a series of exciting events leading up to our next annual conference, scheduled for February 9-10, 2013. Possible events include a 2013 conference launch, plus some Tastes of Limmud. Stay tuned for more information and click here to volunteer to help plan these exciting programs!
Thank you for your interest in Limmud Colorado!
Limmud Colorado hosts events throughout the year.
Our flagship event is, of course, our annual conference, which is scheduled for February 9-10, 2013.
Eat, Think, an Be Merry an evening of food, drink, and learning for young Jewish adults, their family and friends with Limmud Colorado with the support by Roots & Branches Foundtaion, an initiative of Rose Community Foundation.
Next event November 29, 2012 7:00pm to 9:00pm at Bacaro Venetian Taverna, 921 Pearl Street, Boulder, CO 80302
tel:(303) 444-4888 | fax: (303) 444-2422 | web: www.bacaro.com
Limmud-Inspired Jewish Learning Grant Events From Rose Community Foundation
Thanks to support from Rose Community Foundation, creative Limmudniks, who were inspired by Limmud CO's conference in the past, are building learning opportunities throughout the Denver-Boulder area for you.
Check out these upcoming Limmud-Inspired Events...
Limmud Coloraod Learning Grant:
Jewish Relationships, a Study Group of Ayeka
Facilitated by Dr. Caryn Aviv
Tuesday evenings, 7:15-9:00pm, starting October 23 through December.
$25 (individual) or $50 (couple).
Ayeka, a project of Kevah, is a Jewish study curriculum with diverse topics. Our group, which we will cap at 14 members of diverse ages, backgrounds, genders, and sexualities, will focus on relationships--how they work, what makes one successful or not, and what makes one Jewish? For more information, visit the Kevah website: http://kevah.org/
Lauren Ross, member of the Limmud community, is coordinating this group. She was inspired by attending 2 Ayeka learning sessions at the Limmud conference in January. She has yet to find a Jewish learning opportunity that feels this inspiring, personal and meaningful. She hopes that this group meets that need for others as well! Here is her contact info if you have any other questions: 303-394-6968, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Because the continuity of the group is very important, we want to be sure to have a committed group of individuals. Click Here To Register as a couple; Click Here To Register as an individual
Jewish Inclusion program took place on October 25, 2012.
It was an informative evening with Temple Grandin:
Despite a wet and snowy night, approximately 340 people attended the "Lets Start the Conversation in Boulder: Inclusion of People with Disabilities into Our Jewish Community." The event, which featured keynote speaker Dr. Temple Grandin, was held at Congregation Har HaShem in Boulder on Oct. 25. Limmud Inspired Rose Grant recipient Susan Glairon says her event committee is already discussing a follow- up event to continue the conversation. For more information about the event, please visit www.jewishinclusion.org and http://boulderjewishnews.org/2012/disability-inclusion-conversation-has-started/
To contact Susan email her at email@example.com
Limmud Colorado is dedicated to volunteerism and leadership development. Interested in becoming a LimmudCO leader?