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Monday, July 15, 2013

Hard Core Hike on Wednesday, Friday on Flagstaff this Friday

Summer is in full swing. I’ve been relishing my time working with campers and training staff and Camp Louise (Cascade, MD) and the JCC Ranch Camp (Elbert, CO) and am grateful to Mr. Al Levitt and the Hirschhorn Foundations for making this work possible.

Back here in Boulder, we have some great events coming up:

  • Hard Core Hike Wed July 17, 2013 More>>

  • Shabbat Service: Fridays on Flagstaff, Friday, July 19, 2013, 6 pm More>>

  • Open House for Potential Bar and Bat Mitzvah students and their families, Tues July 30, 2013, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm.

If you know someone who might like to hear more about our alternative Bar and Bat Mitzvah Programs, please invite them to join me for a Q and A opportunity on Tuesday July 30, 2013 from 6:30 - 8:00 pm. RSVP required>>

Registration for Adventure Rabbi Kids ARK, (our alternative religious school) is open for grades K-6. There is a waiting list for the K-2 grade class, but there is room in the 3rd -4th, 5th- 6th grade classes and in the Adventure Bar and Bat Mitzvah Class. Register here >>

See you on the trail,

Rabbi Jamie Korngold
Adventure Rabbi

Featured Programs:

Adventure Bar & Bat Mitzvah Class

Rosh Hashanah in 2013

Fridays On Flagstaff

1. Hard Core Hike Wednesday July 17, 2013

Jewish Hike ColoradoJoin Rabbi Korngold and Jeanette Domber for a day of rigorous hiking through awe inspiring wildflowers complemented by contemplative conversation.

We will hike, learn, and hike some more.
(Mostly hike though!)


Wednesday July 17, 2013: A high alpine adventure in Rocky Mountain National Park

For our second hard core hike this season, we will head to Chasm Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park, with beautiful views of the Long’s Peak Diamond Face. This will be an 8.4 mile hike round trip with an elevation gain of 2,360 feet. A lot of this trail is above tree line, so we will get an early start to avoid the chance of afternoon thunderstorms. We will meet at 6:15 am sharp to carpool to the trailhead. You must be in Colorado shape to do this hike. Plan on being out all day and pack accordingly (hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, rain gear, a warmer layer just in case it’s cool as we climb up to 11,760 ft, plenty of water, and food, etc.). We will return to the car pool location by 5 pm at the latest. Please RSVP for carpool location and just in case we make any last minute trail changes due to weather considerations.

Suggested equipment: Plenty of water, lunch & snacks, sunscreen, rain gear, warm layers (check the forecast), comfortable hiking boots.

Fee: free for members, all others $22 per hike or (Late fee of + $5/hike, begins 7 days before before the hike)

To sign up, please click on this page and let us know in the comments field
for which trip you are registering visit here>>

2. Open House/ Q and A for Potential Bar and Bat Mitzvah Students
and Parents: Tuesday July 30, 2013, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Do you know a 12-14 year old who might be interested in our Bar and Bat Mitzvah Adventure Class?

I would like to invite them to our Bar and Bat Mitzvah Open House on Tuesday July 30, 2013, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm. I’ll offer a presentation about our Bar and Bat Mitzvah program choices and answer questions about the options.

To RSVP email Rabbi Jamie Korngold here>>

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