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A Pretzel Purim, March 12

Purim Time Is A’Comin’!  It’s a twisted Pretzel Purim in a topsy turvy land where Esther has a beard and Mordecai plays the ponies.  A big, splashy musical written by Nancy Friedman and Steve Posner, and directed by Alan Rubin, it’s sure to tickle your groggers!

Journey in Joy, February 28

February 28, 8:30AM

Have you made a resolution to get fit in the new year? Do you just need some fresh air and sunshine to battle the winter blues? Or do you just want to meet some other CBE members and get some exercise while doing so? Join Tara and Elizabeth for a new weekly walking group meeting every other Tuesday for an hour-long walk, conversation, and maybe even some education now and again. Grab your boots and coat and get outside with us!

Chevra Kadisha Dinner & Event, March 5

March 5, 4:30PM

he 7th of Adar, has become a traditional day for Chevra Kadisha everywhere to come together in community, we will meet for Dinner & Conversation at Ali Baba Grill, 109 N. Rubey Drive, in Golden CO. For those wishing to attend the Boulder Chevra Kadisha‘s Annual  Event Sacred Transition: Jewish Approaches to Death & Dying” at 6:30pm, we will be carpooling from Golden.

Evolution Through Contact with Don Daniels, March 7

March 7, 7PM

While most pilots choose to stay silent regarding UFO sightings and/or ET contact, local Evergreen author Don Daniels is not one of them!  In Evolution Through Contact, presented by Don at CBE on March 7, 2017, Don writes candidly about his journey from curiosity to experience to understanding.  From his experiences with Dr. Stephen Greer and CSETI to his descriptions of contact and communication, he provides an interesting mix of humorous, philosophical, and inspiring stories and commentary that are sure to capture the attention of the reader.  Everything about his experiences lends a very positive note to the whole subject of extraterrestrial contact.

One of the people Don talks about in his book Sierra Neblina (Mary, mother of ET) is planning on attending and will be able to answer questions on her experiences. It will be a fascinating evening. You won’t want to leave early!

An Evening of Kabbalah, March 14

The study of Kabbalah enables us discover what is hidden from our perception in plain sight. In this introduction to the basic teachings of the Kabbalah you learn to see beyond habituated and constricted thinking and become open to experiencing the connectivity of all of created reality-what is known in physics as Quantum Entanglement, in Depth Psychology as Synchronicity and in Kabbalah as Soul Connections.
Join Rabbi Jamie right here at CBE for your introduction to Kabbalah on Tuesday, March 14, from 7-9PM.

This year, CBE’s got the best game in town! Join us on Saturday, April 22, at 6:30PM for our Annual fundraiser, where we’ll be relaxing with drinks and going head-to-head with challenging trivia. Team up with some friends or fly solo – either way, you’re sure to have a great time. On-site childcare will be available. Keep an eye out for more details and sign-ups coming soon!

Our community seder commemorates the Jewish Feast of Passover in a delicious and educational way! We are hosting a family-friendly second night seder with all of the trimmings. Come enjoy a buffet and wine; vegetarian options and children’s plates are also available.
The seder will be the second night of Passover – Tuesday, April 11, at 5:30PM – at the Mt. Vernon Country Club.

Come together to learn the sacred Jewish techniques & blessings of performing ritual washing of a body before burial, with guest teacher Nina Rubin from Fort Collins. If you are interested in finding out more information or becoming a part of the CBE Chevra Kadisha please contact Rabbi Jamie Arnold, rabbiarnold@bethevergreen.org.

Topic: “Trust and Faith”

Learn new, creative holiday cooking with esteemed Chef Diane Bukatman at a cooking class from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 5 at Beth Evergreen. We will cook and eat together, and take home unique Passover recipes.

The menu:

  • Appetizer: Crepes with Apple, Date & Ginger Filling with Red Wine Sauce (think charoset!)
  • Entree: Pan Seared Chicken Breasts in a Brandy “Cream” Sauce; Quinoa Cakes; Sea Salt Roasted Asparagus
  • Dessert: Coconut Chocolate Mousse Torte

Cost is $25 per person for the class and meal. Space is limited. Wear your favorite apron and/or chef’s hat!

Click Here To Register

Youth and Family News

Purim Carnival, March 8

March 8, 4-6PM