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Shabbat Program for families with children


 Aug 22 - 23, 2008:
 Shabbat Program for Families w/ Children in Boulder, CO and Rocky Mountain National Park

A Shabbat program with Rabbi Korngold, designed especially for families with kids ages 10 thru 15. Friday night, we will gather in Boulder for a hike, an Adventure Rabbi style service and BBQ. Saturday morning we will come back together for a Shabbat hike in Rocky Mountain National Park with more fun, adventurous learning.

  • Get to know other families who also want to integrate Judaism and the outdoors into their lives.
  • Meet other students in the Adventure Rabbi Bar and Bat Mitzvah or Yisrael program, as well as kids who have completed it or are considering it.
  • Spend a Shabbat learning and hiking with Rabbi Korngold and Jeff Finkelstein


Friday: Chautauqua Park, Boulder, Colorado.

Saturday: Caylpso Cascades, RMNP

When: Aug 22 and Aug 23 (but not overnight)
Aug 22, 2008: 5 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Aug 23, 2008: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

What: A Shabbat program with Rabbi Korngold combining hiking, Judaism, good company and great food.

Who: Families with children ages 10-15. (If there are siblings who are not in that age range, they may be welcome to come. Just talk with me about it.)

Price: $100 per adult until July 22, then $125 per adult.
Children currently enrolled in our Bar/Bat Mitzvah or Bar/Bat Yisrael program are free. All other children, $10. Children must be accompanied by a parent. Includes dinner, lunch and snacks. Entrance to the park is not included.

Meet: Details about meeting places will be emailed to registered participants

Ability Level: Boulder moderate.

RSVP: Trip is limited to 22 participants. Click here to register>>


In order to serve God, one needs access to the
enjoyment of the beauties of nature,

Such as the contemplation of flower-decorated
meadows, majestic mountains, flowing rivers….

For all these are essential to the spiritual
development of even the holiest of people.