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January Programs

  • Temple Aaron of Trinidad, CO -The Oldest Continually Operated Synagogue in the Rocky Mountain West

    Tuesday, January 26 at 1:00 pm MST

    Join Temple Aaron’s board members as they take you on a fascinating overview of the history, the architecture and preservation, the resurrection and the personal stories of the two Rubin brothers who have kept this treasure afloat, including the current community engagement.
    In partnership with BMH-BJ. Please RSVP for Zoom information.

February Programs

  • Coffee Klatch

    Tuesday, February 2 at 11:00 am MST
    Join us for lively conversation and kibbitzing with your Kavod on the Road friends. As we get together via Zoom, grab your favorite mug, fill it with tea or coffee. Let’s learn more about each other, share and celebrate the good things things that are happening in our lives.
    RSVP for the program link.
  • Technology Series: All Things Zoom

    Monday, February 8 at 11:00 am MST

    Join us for the start of our monthly technology series. Zoom has become everyone’s go-to video conferencing software. This program will go over how to use Zoom to chat with friends & family and enjoy programs and classes. You’ll learn about useful Zoom features, whether you’re connecting with an iOS, Android or Windows device. The lecture will also go over security considerations and give tips on how to look your best during a video chat. Presented by Senior Planet Colorado.
    In partnership with the JCC Denver. RSVP for the program link.
    *The Technology Series continues all year. Next month’s topic: March – Internet of Things and Healthcare

    By registering for the technology series, you are opting in to receive relevant communications from the JCC Denver. If you do not wish to receive messages from the JCC Denver, please email GSanders@KavodSeniorLife.org or call 720.382.7842. 
  • Stars of David on the Santa Fe Trail

    Thursday, February 11 at 1:00 pm MST

    The Santa Fe Trail has been called the Trail of “Commerce and Conquest”. During this illustrated presentation, Naomi Sandweiss will share the sometimes challenging, dangerous and profitable experiences of Jewish individuals navigating the nearly 900 miles of the Santa Fe Trail, where many eventually made their homes in communities along the way.
    In partnership with BMH-BJ. Please RSVP for the program link.
  • Hamantaschen Baking with Safta

    Thursday, February 18 at 1:00 pm MST

    Prepare for the holiday of Purim and join us for a virtual hamantaschen baking demonstration led by Safta’s Pasty Chef, Liliana Myers.
    You can watch or actively participate from your kitchen. Click here for the hamantaschen recipe and shopping list to create your Purim treat step by step with Chef Myers.
    In partnership with Temple Emanuel. Please RSVP for the program link.
  • Current Trends in Anti-Semitism and What To Do About It

    Tuesday, February 23 at 11:00 am MST

    Often called “the world’s oldest hatred,” antisemitism in the modern age draws on stereotypes and myths from history that manifest in new and dangerous ways today. Learn with Sue Parker Gerson what’s trending right now, how ADL and others are responding, and how you can join the fight.

     

    In partnership with Hebrew Educational Alliance. Please RSVP for the program link.

  • Conversation About West Side Stories with Co-Producer, Ron Bernstein

    Thursday, February 25 at 1:00 pm MST

    Watch West Side Stories before February 25 with this link: https://vimeo.com/86355202, and then join us for a conversation with the co-producer, Ron Bernstein.

    West Side Stories
    tells the story of the founding, growth and unlikely success of one of this country’s most dynamic Jewish communities, as told by those who lived it. As early as the late 1800s, Jews from around the world found their way to the ‘wild, wild west’ of Denver because of the gold rush, the tuberculosis epidemic and an ingenious scam. The community was unique in that it replicated exactly an eastern European shtetl in nearly every way. Later, the community became famous as the childhood home of Golda Meir, Thomas Bopp, who discovered the Hale-Bopp comet, and Theodore Maiman, the inventor of the laser. Several major US corporations including Mattel, Samsonite and OxiClean also had their roots on Denver’s Jewish west side.

    In partnership with Rodef Shalom. Please RSVP for the program link.

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