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Tuesday, October 28, 2003

Boulder Events

Stage production of "NO WAY OUT"
Sunday evening, November 2nd
7 pm
Boulder High School Auditorium
This professional stage production of "one family's powerful story . . . letters, love and loss" was recently presented at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington. It will feature a performance by Tamara Braun ("Carly" on ABC's General Hospital), is directed by Jim Carver and is based on an original stageplay by Boulder's Susan Prinz Shear.

Tickets are available at Boulder Bookstore, Copy Express and The Middle Fish.
For information and group rates, call the ADL 303.830.7177 or 303.443.2723

Rabbi Bronstein
Tuesday, Nov. 4th
7 - 9 pm
Boulder Jewish Community Center
Join Menorah as they kick off their fall semester. Rabbi Deborah Bronstein, of Congregation HarHaShem, will be speaking on "Looking to Hope in Times of Chaos." Using midrash and folklore, she will teach how Jewish tradition always points away from chaos and toward meaning and hope. Admission is $10 / $8 for BJCC members. Register at MenorahRSVP@BoulderJCC.org or call 303.998.1900, ext. 9. The Boulder JCC is at 3800 Kalmia.

David Olesker, well-known pro-Israel Advocacy Trainer
"How I learned to stop worrying and become an effective Israel advocate"
Monday, Nov. 10th
12 noon until 1:30 pm
Boulder JCC
Presented by the Colorado AIPAC Council, Denver and Boulder ActionIsrael and the Boulder JCC, this program comes highly recommended by a friend of mine who has heard David speak and has participated in a training video with him. And, hey, a lunch of bagels and lox will be provided.

RSVP to JRubinstein@sprintmail.com so they can know how many lunches to have on hand.

ADL Program on Antisemitism
Tuesday evenings
Nov. 11 - Dec. 16
7 - 8 pm
Menorah - Boulder Center for Adult Jewish Education presents a program by the Anti-Defamation League.

This program, led by the staff of the Mountain States Office of the ADL, will include discussions of antisemitism in historic and current contexts, church/state issues and a workshop on confronting antisemitism. During the six sessions you will learn about the contemporary rise of antisemitism in the Islamic world, Europe and the U.S.; how to deal with antisemitic situations; hate groups active in the U.S.; and issues surrounding the preservations of religious liberty. Instructors will include Bruce DeBoskey, Evan Zuckerman, Joyce Rubin and Nina Sundell from the Denver office.