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CBE Annual Member Meeting

July 30, 5PM

Please join us for Beth Evergreen's Annual Member Meeting
 Dinner will be served.
Hosted by Board Vice President, Hal Stein, at his home
Please RSVP , so we can make sure to have enough
 food for everyone.
 As we begin a new fiscal year, we are excited about the direction in which CBE is heading. In that light, please accept this,first of many, invitations to join together as a community, and share your input, a meal, some smiles, and good company.

CBE Board Election 2017

Please read the PDF Candidate Info Booklet and then vote online by June 28th for: 4 candidates for the open ‘at large’ positions and one ‘write-in’ vote is permitted.

Please note: You must log in on our website to vote online. Click here for instructions on how to log in.
* If you do not wish to vote online,  please print this paper ballot and return to the CBE office by June 30th.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the CBE office at 303-670-4294 ext. 1.
Thank you!

CBE Camping Trip, July 7-9

July 7-9

Join us for our annual camping trip at Turquoise Lake in Leadville! With trails for hiking, biking, running, and nature walks, it’s sure to be fantastic event. Rabbi Jamie will be joining us Saturday evening for a Havdallah service, and there will be plenty of singing and s’mores as well. While originally conceived as a Family Chavurah activity, we would like to invite the whole CBE community to come and join us.

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Shabbat Under the Stars, July 21

Join us for a true summer mountain experience on Friday, July 21, as we celebrate a Kabbalat Shabbat on our patio.

Fifty Shades of Talmud: What the First Rabbis Had to Say about You-Know-What, August 6

August 6, 2PM

Amusing. Seductive. Stimulating. We’re talking about the Talmud? That’s right. Take fifty actual Talmudic discussions, mix in pithy sayings (appropriate and inappropriate) by luminaries from Mae West and Amy Schumer to George Washington and Gandhi, add a few cartoons, and voila—delighted and enlightened readers will come away with a new perspective on what the ancient Jewish sages say about our most intimate relationships.

In this lighthearted, in-depth tour of sexuality within the Talmud, come eavesdrop at the first rabbis’ locker-room door as they discuss every aspect of sexual relations—how, when, where, with whom—often in startlingly explicit fashion. Author Maggie Anton reveals how Jewish tradition is more progressive in many respects, and more bawdy, than one might think. The award-winning historical novelist’s first foray into nonfiction is likely to leave her fans going OMG, WTF, and even LOL.

Read further information at the author’s website

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