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Religious School: Recreated for the 21st Century

ARK
Adventure Rabbi Kids
A New Jewish Educational Experience

Priority Registration for Members, Current and Wait-list Students Opens May 12, 2014
General Registration Opens May 26, 2014

Grades K- 6th, Mixed Gender or Girls Only Options
*Adventure * Learning * Community * Shabbat *

 
The Adventure Rabbi Program has been providing innovative ways to engage Jews with Judaism for over a decade. Our youth education program lives up to our reputation. This is not the religious school you dreaded as a child!
  • Conveniently scheduled classes
  • Excellent and carefully designed curriculum - Click Here for Curriculum
  • Outdoor and indoor elements
  • Each Class is taught by Rabbi Evon Yakar, Adventure Rabbi and Elaine Barenblat, Adventure Educator
  • Innovative and engaging teaching techniques
  • High quality instruction
  • Girl's Only option>>
  • Register Here >>

    Curriculum:
    There are three core components to the curriculum: Shabbat, Relationships, & Values.

    1. Values: Think of it as mensch training! We learn about Jewish people from history as well as contemporary Jewish role models. We talk about the choices they made and the values they held. When do we agree? When do we disagree? In what ways do we want to be like them? In what ways do we want to be different? Building relationships with characters from our Jewish People’s past will firmly ground our students in their past while preparing them for healthy, strong and vibrant Jewish future.

    2. Shabbat: Students will explore new and traditional ways to celebrate Shabbat. We will discover meaningful Shabbat practices and rituals appropriate for our busy and technologically active lives. We will gather for a Shabbat picnic, learn about how to make Shabbat realistic for our families, and experiment with ways to welcome and say goodbye to Shabbat. Get ready for a day of rest and refreshment!

    3. Community: The Adventure Rabbi Program is known for our ability to build community quickly. We feel that being a part of a Jewish community is one of the most important elements of the Adventure Rabbi Kids (ARK) experience. To that end, our experiential education techniques allow children to make friends quickly and easily. Rabbi Evon is especially alert for students who may need a little extra coaxing to feel comfortable participating. He is also on the look-out to to stop cliques from forming.

    Some of our meetings will involve both age groups and parents, so students can experience being part of a larger community. Although there is no pressure or obligation, we hope that your entire family will enjoy becoming involved in Adventure Rabbi additional events, such as our High Holiday and Passover Retreats, and meet our fabulous multi-age community.

    Teaching Style:
    We combine outdoor and indoor settings as well as innovative and traditional teaching techniques. We are aware of the variety of learning styles and will keep our participants learning from all directions each time!

    Our students will engage in experiential and traditional learning experiences to provide them with tools to explore the richness of our Jewish heritage. We will learn about Jewish values, Jewish personalities, and Shabbat. We will build meaningful and genuine relationships with our tradition and each other. All this and more will firmly ground their Jewish identity, while helping them become people with whom we all want to share the planet.

    This year we are offering a unique option of a girl's only track. For more information, about "Girl's Time!" visit here>>

    Location:
    Our South Boulder location, the beautiful renovated Bear Creek Elementary School near NCAR, gives us easy access to outdoor space including trails and a park, as well as a comfortable indoor space suited for children. Bear Creek is located at 2500 Table Mesa Drive Boulder, CO 80305.

    With Rabbi Evon Yakar Jewish School is FunAbout Rabbi Evon Yakar:
    Adventure Rabbi Evon Yakar is a dynamic and engaging teacher, known for his ability to connect with kids and build community. He joined the AR Rabbinic team in 2010 as head of our Distance Leaning Program. Now, he not only teaches students all over the world via Skype, but he also runs the Adventure Rabbi branch in South Lake Tahoe in partnership with Temple Bat Yam and travels to Boulder frequently to run the Adventure Rabbi Kids program, teach our Adventure B'nai Mitzvah Class and work with conversion students.

    In addition to rabbinic ordination, Rabbi Evon earned a Masters degree in Jewish Education. Using his formal training and experiences at Jewish summer camps, retreats and travel programs, Rabbi Evon helps young people open the treasure chest of Jewish tradition and explore. He is passionate about Judaism, the out of doors and bridging one generation of Jews to the next.

    Before coming on board with the Adventure Rabbi Program and Temple Bat Yam, Rabbi Evon served as assistant, then associate Rabbi of Temple Chai in Phoenix Arizona. For the academic years 2009-10 and 2010-11, he also served as Director of Education. In this role, Rabbi Evon was responsible for a synagogue religious school of over 400 students, more than 25 part time teachers and 5 full time staff. Bringing his understanding of a traditional synagogue school model together with his unique skills and abilities in providing meaningful informal and experiential educational experiences, Rabbi Evon and the Adventure Rabbi Kids (ARK) will truly help to build the next generation of Jews.

    About Elaine Barenblat, Adventure Educator:Jewish learning is fun with Elaine Barenblatt
    Elaine was hired as our first full-time Adventure Educator, serving our base In Boulder, CO and our ever-growing Distance Learning community. She was selected after a intensive search, which reached candidates throughout the world. She was chosen based on her experience, enthusiasm, creativity and ability to strengthen our team of adventure professionals.

    Elaine is a native of San Antonio, Texas, but has always had her heart in Colorado's mountains. She received her Interdisciplinary Studies degree from the University of North Texas with a focus in early childhood and special education. For the past two years, she has been an Education Fellow at the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life in Jackson, Mississippi where she worked with Jewish communities throughout thirteen Southern states.

    Elaine brings with her a deep love for the outdoors and a passion for teaching in new and innovative ways. She looks forward to working in an out-of-the-box, experiential program, with endless opportunities to make Judaism connect for our youth.

    Register Here >>

    Read about Girl's Time here>>

    Tentative Schedule (May be Revised in Aug 2014):

    Date:
    K-2nd Grade
    Aleph

    K-2nd Grade
    Bet
    3-4th Grade
    Aleph
    3-4th Grade
    Bet
    5-6th Grade
    Girls Time!
    Grade 4-6th
    irl
    Led By:

    Elaine B.

    Elaine B. Rabbi Evon Elaine B. Rabbi Evon Elaine B.
    Student-Interns: Abby R.
    & Sadie M.
    Jacob C. Sadie M. Ben M.    

    Sat
    Sept 6
    2014

    Edited 5/20/14

    3:30-7:30 pm w/ parents and siblings
    All-School Havdallah & Picnic Dinner
    Location: Camp Wondervu, 30 minutes from Bear Creek. Dinner available for $15/adult $10/ child

    Edited 5/20/14

    Optional Overnight!
    We start with the others but then spend the night, returning to Bear Creek at noon on Sunday.

    Edited 5/20/14

    2:30-7:30 pm w/ ARK but start 1 hr earlier.

    Edited 5/20/14

    Sun
    Sep 7, 2014

    12:30 - 2pm

    2:15-3:45 pm

    2:15-3:45 pm

    4 -5:30 pm

    No Class

    Edited 5/20/14

    No Class
    Wed-Thurs
    (Optional)
    Sept 24-25
    Adventure Rabbi Rosh Hashanah Retreat in Ward, CO
    Although this is not part of the ARK class, we welcome you to join our community for a unique outdoor Rosh Hashanah experience. Elaine Barenblat will be leading engaging children's programs. More>>
    Fri-Sat
    (Optional)
    Oct 3-4
    Adventure Rabbi Yom Kippur in Boulder
    Although this is not part of the ARK class, we welcome you to join our community for a unique Yom Kippur experience. Age appropriate programs available Saturday October 4 at Bear Creek Elementary More>>

    Wed
    Oct 8
    2014

    No Class

    5:30 -7:30 Building a Sukkah

    Sat
    Oct 18, 2014

    All-School Simchat Torah
    (please pack a picnic)

    5 - 7 pm w/ parents and siblings

    Sun
    Oct 19, 2014

    12:30 - 2pm

    2:15-3:45 pm

    2:15-3:45 pm

    4 -5:30 pm

    4 -5:30 pm

    No Class
    Date:
    K-2nd Grade
    Aleph

    K-2nd Grade
    Bet
    3-4th Grade
    Aleph
    3-4th Grade
    Bet
    5-6th Grade
    Girls Time!
    Grade 4-6th
    irl

    Wed
    Nov 5
    2014

    No Class

    5:30 -7:30 Candle Making

    Tues
    Nov 18, 2014

    No Class

    4:30-5:45 pm

    4:30-5:45 pm

    6 -7:15 pm

    6 -7:30 pm
    edited 5/23/14

    No Class
    Wed
    Nov 19, 2014

    4:30-5:45 pm

    No Class

    No Class

    No Class

    No Class

    No Class
    Wed
    Dec 17, 2014
    All-School Chanukah Celebration & Dinner
    (please pack a picnic)

    with Rabbi Evon Yakar, Rabbi Jamie Korngold, and
    The Adventure Bar and Bat Mitzvah Class

    6:15-8 pm w/ parents and siblings
    Date:
    K-2nd Grade
    Aleph

    K-2nd Grade
    Bet
    3-4th Grade
    Aleph
    3-4th Grade
    Bet
    5-6th Grade
    Girls Time!
    Grade 4-6th
    irl

    Wed
    Jan 7,
    2015

    No Class

    5:30 -7:30 Book Making

    Wed
    Feb 4, 2015
    All-School Tu B'Shevat Seder
    (please eat dinner before, but many fruit snacks will be served)

    led by Elaine Barenblat and Girls Time participants

    6:15-8 pm w/ parents and siblings
    Tues
    Feb 10, 2015

    No Class

    4:30-5:45 pm

    4:30-5:45 pm

    6 -7:15 pm

    6 -7:30 pm
    edited 5/23/14

    No Class
    Wed
    Feb 11, 2015

    4:30-5:45 pm

    No Class

    No Class

    No Class

    No Class

    No Class

    Wed
    March 4,
    2015

    No Class

    5:30 -7:30 Purim
    Baking

    Date:
    K-2nd Grade
    Aleph

    K-2nd Grade
    Bet
    3-4th Grade
    Aleph
    3-4th Grade
    Bet
    5-6th Grade
    Girls Time!
    Grade 4-6th
    irl
    Sun
    March 15, 2015

    12:30 - 2pm

    2:15-3:45 pm

    2:15-3:45 pm

    4 -5:30 pm

    4 -5:30 pm

    No Class

    April
    2015


    No Class

    Girls
    Choice!

    Tues
    Apr 28, 2015

    No Class

    4:30-5:45 pm

    4:30-5:45 pm

    6 -7:15 pm

    6 -7:30 pm
    edited 5/23/14

    No Class
    Wed
    Apr 29, 2015

    4:30-5:45 pm

    No Class

    No Class

    No Class

    No Class

    No Class
    Sat
    May 2 2015

    No Class

    No Class

    No Class

    No Class

    No Class

    2-4:30 Walden Ponds
    Sun
    May 17, 2015

    12:30 - 2 pm

     

    2:15-3:45 pm 2:15-3:45 pm 4 -5:30 pm 4 -7 pm
    edited 5/23/14
    No Class
    Date:
    K-2nd Grade
    Aleph

    K-2nd Grade
    Bet
    3-4th Grade
    Aleph
    3-4th Grade
    Bet
    5-6th Grade
    Girls Time!
    Grade 4-6th
    irl

    Fee:
    $249/ for members After August 1, 2014 fee is +$25 student
    $299/ for non-members
    After August 1, 2014 fee is +$25 student

    Girls Time Fee: (includes enhanced supplies and 4 dinners)
    $299/ for members
    $350 / for non- members

    - $25 Discount for Siblings
    - After August 1, 2014 fee is +$25 student

    - Refunds are not available unless you purchase $36 tuition insurance, in which case classes will be pro-rated and you will receive refund for remaining classes, minus $36.
    - Limited financial aid is available

Please Consider a Membership for Your Child
to the Adventure Rabbi Program.

Let us tell you why this is both:

  • Cost Effective
  • Helps Sustain the Adventure Rabbi Program

Our membership year runs from January - December.

But even if you sign up now, there's lots of great events that you can still attend for free, including:

  • Summer Flagstaff Services
  • Winter Shabbat Services
  • Rosh Hashanah
  • Yom Kippur (Kol Nidre, Kids Program)

+ You'll save a bit on tuition.

... And if you don't use all of the included events, you can convert the membership into an end-of-year tax deduction of up to $180.

More information about membership is here >>

 

Priority Registration for Current and Wait-list Students:
Opens May 12, 2014


General Registration Opens May 26, 2014
Register Here >>

 

    Rabbi Evon Yakar, interviewed by Boulder Jewish News:

    BJN “sat down” with Adventure Rabbi Evon Yakar, who runs Adventure Rabbi Kids (ARK), (the Adventure Rabbi Program’s alternative religious school) and Distance Learning Program to ask a few questions and learn more about this new type of Jewish education. This interview is about the local program. In a few weeks we will read about the Distance Learning Program, which reaches students from Bankok to Baltimore and beyond.

    Q: One of your students came out of religious school and said, “That was the best day of camp ever.”  Why did he call it camp?

    A:  That is a great question!  Jewish education for our young people is about positive Jewish experiences in a positive Jewish environment.

    250-Alternative-Adventure-Rabbi-Religious-School-2194I adopted this goal as the Director of Education of a 420+ student complementary synagogue school (traditional religious school).I quickly learned that the style of programming that would achieve this goal most often occurred in our Reform Jewish summer camps (from my experience).  So, our Adventure Rabbi Kids programming keeps that in mind.  The sessions are interactive and student directed.  We go outside to explore the natural world and come indoors to integrate our learning.”

    The ARK explore Jewish values and go home each month with something they can use in their daily life.  Camp style Jewish education is successful because it is lived every moment while living in community.  We try to give our participants a couple hours a month of that style of learning.”

    Q: I noticed on your website that you call your program Adventure Rabbi Kids (our alternative religious school) as if you are distancing yourself from calling it a school. Its as if you only label it school so parents know what box to check off on their to-do list. What’s that all about?

    Rabbi-Evon-Yakar-Adventure-Rabbi

    A:  You pretty much got it.  Its a way for parents to check it off their list because most of our community members (Adventure Rabbi, Jewish Community Center, Synagogue Community… whatever it may be) feel a sense of obligation in educating their children. Our program is definitely not a religious school program.  At least not how they have been experienced for the last half century.

    Originally, I wanted to not use the word school at all because I work hard to create a different experience from my own traditional religious school education (my mother is a world class Jewish educator and my Hebrew school principal!), but in the end, our families felt attached to using that title, “alternative religious school.”

    Q: Many of us in Boulder didn’t realize that your congregation had a religious school so let’s start with basics. What grades do you include?

    A: Kindergarten through 6th. Then our Adventure Bar and Bat Mitzvah class has students 6th through 9th.”

    Q: How often do you meet?

    A: Generally a little more than once a month. The B’nai Mitzvah class meets 15 times in 10 months. Adventure Rabbi Kids meets 11 times in 10 months.”

    Q: Where do you meet?

    A: We meet at Bear Creek Elementary School in South Boulder. Its a great space and has lots of fun outdoor areas we can explore.”

    Q: How many students do you have?

    A: I think we’re at about 90 right now. We have a bit of a waiting list and we are trying to expand so we can take everyone who wants to be in without losing our small school feel.”

    Q: Can kids who are members of the Adventure Rabbi: Synagogue Without Walls attend?

    A: Yes, although we love when they do become members.”

    Q: How do you teach Hebrew?

    A: We have a team of tutors we use. Some of them  teach in person and some teach over Skype. We find one on one and small group learning to be the most efficient way to learn.  Our families are super busy so we try to make learning Hebrew fit into their highly scheduled weeks.”

    rabbi-Evon-Yakar-Religious-Jewish-SchoolQ: What makes Adventure Rabbi Kids different than other religious school?

    A: Our programming is based on Jewish values.  Each session focuses on a specific value, like Shalom Bayit – Peace in the Home.  We then explore our characters/ancestors from our Jewish story have lived, or failed to, these values. We examine the value in our own daily life in the hopes that our participants, and their families, will go off and bring them into their daily lives.  This sets us apart as we do not aim to teach only about holidays, Bible stories and specific Jewish practice.  We have narrowed our scope to create positive Jewish experiences in a positive Jewish environment.”

    Q: If one of our readers wanted to teach with you, do you hire?  What would you be looking for?  How would they find you?

    A: We are going to be hiring a new teacher or two for next year, so if you hear of someone great let them know! I will be looking for a teacher who loves experiential education and has experience. It is also imperative that this individual is in sync with the Adventure Rabbi way of doing things. They could contact me through our website.”

    Q: What is your primary goal with the school?

    A. We want our students to love being Jewish. Period.  Oh yeah, we also want them to become people with whom we want to share the earth!  We figure if they love being Jewish, they will  go on to learn about the history of the state of Israel and what Shemni Atzerit is. But if they leave religious school hating being Jewish, it doesn’t matter how much information they have been taught. If they hate their experience, they will walk out the door and not come back.”

    200-Alternative-Adventure-Rabbi-Religious-School-2338Q: We started with a comment I heard from one of your students. What is your favorite thing to hear?

    A: I love when parents tell me their kids love coming to Adventure Rabbi Kids. When kids leave  eagerly asking, “When do we have Adventure Rabbi Kids again” I know we are doing something right.”

 



Curriculum for 2014-2105

This is the 3rd year of a 3 year curriculum cycle. It focuses on Torah and explores in "big broad brush strokes" the stories and episodes from our Torah that teach us timeless lessons, values and experiences of the past. Please note that we sometimes deviate from the written curriculum. We take into account the needs and interests of the group. For example, we might decide to extend one lesson into another week, save a lesson for next year, or skip something if its not the right fit for our students. Our flexibility is part of what enables us to create an excellent program.

Sept 6, 2014 - Opening Program
The Torah of Our Lives - An Evening Program for the Whole ARK Community
An overnight experience for our 5th & 6th Graders
Saturday Night September 6th and Sunday September 7th

Sept 7, 2014
All: Creation: Judaism's Original Container Store!

The story and myths of creation help us realize that human beings, and Jews, have worked to balance the chaos in our lives with organization. We learn from this story how we can make some order in our lives and ensure we take time to reflect - Shabbat! This theme will explore the importance of the cycles of days, weeks, months, years and the value of having sacred time in our lives like Shabbat each week.

5th (maybe 6th on Sept 6) The Burning Bush: Cultivating Patience and Recognizing our Need for Shabbat
The story of the Burning Bush has many amazing elements. Among them, Adventure Rabbi has focused on the same lesson the rabbis honed in on in the Midrash. The ancient rabbis pointed out that Moses had a double take. The sight of this miraculous burning but not consumed bush deserved special attention. It requires a certain amount of patience to notice such a sight, such a unique thing happening before your own eyes. Sometimes our lives give us little space to have such patience, yet we need to pause stop and take a breath. This leads us to the realization also that Shabbat is part of our tradition that urges us to cultivate the patience to notice the miraculous and ensure each week gives us space in time to take that breath.

October 18, 2014
All School Simchat Torah

October 19, 2014
Noah: Respecting Creation

The tale of Noah's Ark is a fantastic exploration of how our Jewish tradition works to create a place where people live at peace and where all creations are respected. Noah's work on behalf of the animal world expresses Judaism value of creation, animals and working towards a better tomorrow/world.

November 18 or 19, 2014
All: Abraham & Sarah: Be the Change you want to See in the World (Ghandi quote)

Abraham and Sarah went forth! They began a journey that we are still on as Jews. Thousands of years ago, they felt called or compelled to begin a journey of seeking and creating a better world. They began by expressing a belief that God was beyond our ability to describe, understand or even something to which we could make offerings. Rather, Abe and Sarah understood that there was something that connected all of us as human beings and could drive us to work towards making the world a better place. Lech Lecha - Go Forth! was their journey. What journeys has your life had?

k-4th: Patriarchs & Matriarchs: All in the Family - Being Jewish is a Mishpacha
Judaism began with exploring the ways a family grows together, faces challenges and goes on values and spiritual journeys. Beginning with Abraham and Sarah and all the way down to Joseph, we see the family connections, and all that is entailed in being a family. Exploring how our own family trees connect us through the generations, demonstrate values taught and modeled for us and how a Shem Tov (a good name or a reputation) carries with it opportunities and responsibilities.

5-6th: Jacob: Growing Up is Hard to Do!
As Jacob escapes his brother Esau, he is fearful for his life. During his original flight from home towards his uncles house, he utters a prayerful expression to God. However, it is more of a conditional statement, a classic "if, then" statement. Over the subsequent 21 years Jacob grows and matures quite a bit. He, on his return home, utters a very different prayer. This time he recognizes the blessings he has received in his life.

December 17, 2014
All School Chanukah Celebration and Dinner

February 4, 2015
All-School Tu B'Shevat Seder

February 10 or 11, 2015
k-2nd: Signs, Wonders, Miracles and Plagues: Frogs on his Head, Frogs in his Bed, Frogs on his Nose and Frogs on his Toes

The story of the plagues upon Egypt urge us to consider and think about how change happens in our lives. What motivates us to make a difference, to change course or try new things. The plagues give us a picture that is a bit scary, and show a pretty mean side of the world or even the mystery of creation. Torah tells us that God made this all happen. Seeing the signs, wonders, miracles and these plagues gives us a story to recognize that life and our world often give us all we need and to know change is needed. The plagues forced the Egyptians to let the slaves go and therefore gave the Israelites saw the power of the Divine, of the mystery of creation, of God.

3-4th: Parting of the Sea: Free at Last, Free at Last
The story of the exodus from Egypt is full of many sub plots. The moment at the sea, when first despair filled the peoples psyche, it took one individual, Nachshon, to have faith. It was this man's willingness to move ahead, to truly seize the opportunity for freedom to make the miraculous happen. When we read the Torah we see the miracle as the parting of the sea, however the Midrash focuses on the actions of one individual to try, to have faith to take a risk to make the world and their lives better. Freedom of action and of belief are so paramount in our Jewish tradition and the Exodus journey, which began with the plagues and moved through the parting of the sea, is about seeking that freedom.

5-6th: Mt. Sinai: The Life Long Mountain Climb of Learning
At the foot of Mt. Sinai, we stood, were awed and even scared. It was at place that we as a people call Sinai that our tradition of learning began. Moses received the commandments, our story, and from there we began interpreting it. This tradition of learning, commenting and understanding in our own context is crucial to our existence as Jews. This theme is an opportunity to explore what Torah means to us, the role of learning in our lives and how life constantly holds revelations for us.

March 15, 2015
Mishkan: If you Build it, They will (be)come Community
The story of the first communal endeavor for the Israelites is their work in building the Tabernacle. This episode from our Torah chronicles the true communal effort that took place. While it may seem harsh for God to command the Israelites to work after centuries of slavery, but this was a "free" project. It was an opportunity for the Israelites to do what they knew how to do: Build! This theme from Torah encourages us to use the story-line as a model of communal effort, camaraderie, goal-setting and accomplishment.

April 28 or 29, 2015
Love Your Neighbor as Yourself: All I learned in Kindergarten - The Golden Rule

Buried deep within the challenging texts of Leviticus, we discover the original template for the Golden Rule. This line has been twisted and turned inside-out over the millennia, yet its basic meaning and force remain: We are all human beings and deserve the same respect you would accord yourself. Even the great sage Hillel taught a version, "What is hateful to you do not do to others, this is the whole of Torah and all the rest is commentary." (Talmud Shabbat 31a) This theme explores the role we have as living this commandment and value. It reinforces the concept that we are all created B'tzelem Elohim, in the image of God, and therefore must respect every human being equally.

May 17, 2015
This Stiff-Necked People: The Journeys, Rebellions, Planning and Struggles

The Book of Numbers is an extended saga of the Israelites experience of becoming a people. From scouting the land to rebelling against Moses, and from journeying through the wilderness to struggling to become a people, they eventually reach the bank of the Jordan River. Exploring this theme and the Book of Numbers is the opportunity for group dynamics, community building and learning from our past. The finer details of this book offer us the opportunities to explore the role of a positive outlook (the spies), the way rebellion is a disagreement handled poorly (Korach) and the value of keeping track of our experiences and reflecting (Masei).

Words: The Words Moses Spoke and What We Heard
Deuteronomy is the book of speeches. Chapter after chapter recounts Moses' work in recounting our experiences to and for us as we prepare to travel into the land. It is a period of review as we attempt to understand, a generation later, the amazing event at Sinai as the Ten Commandments are retold. This section of our Torah story offers us a perspective on how transitions affect us and how change, while constant, can be a challenge for us human beings. Moses prepares us by giving us a sense of history, a lesson in values and a plethora of lenses through which to see our choice: Choosing life.



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Two girls in the Adventure Rabbi Program at Passover in Moab, Utah.

Rabbi Evon Yakar
Rabbi Evon Yakar with religious school students.

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Religious school students in the Adventure Rabbi Program in Boulder, Colorado.

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Roasting marshmallows in Jewish religious school.

Religious School Students Dancing at Passover in Moab, Utah
Two students dancing during Passover in Moab, Utah.

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Enjoying learning the Adventure Rabbi way


    Other Opportunities for Adventure Kids:

    Learn Hebrew
    via Skype or in Boulder
    Private Hebrew Tutoring

    click here>>

    Adventure Bar and Bat Mitzvah
    Individual or Group
    Local or Distance Learning
    Hebrew or Non-Hebrew options
    click here>>

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