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Hazak Happenings

Activities and Events for Our Generation

These photos are a small snapshot of our latest activities. We’ve been enjoying the wonderful Fall weather with hikes, museum and zoo visits, and morning coffee chats. 
We also have several recurring small groups activities such as book club, streaming movies, and study groups. 

 

Everyone had fun at our recent Vodka & Latke party! It was great to reconnect, schmooze, and nosh together.
Fifteen lucky people walked away with generous gift certificates! We can hardly wait until our next in-person event!

The decision about events being in-person or on Zoom is ongoing as we monitor the COVID stiuation. Sign up in advance to stay up-to-date.

POSTPONED! - Hazak Brunch Bunch

Postponed due to COVID spike.
We hope to reschedule in late February.

Breakfast on Behance

However, if you would like to connect with your Hazak friends, here's an alternative!
Grab your own coffee and a nosh in the comfort of your own home, and join us for a zoom schmooze!
Same date and time: Wednesday, January 19 @ 10:00 a.m.
Email us for the link. 


POSTPONED! - Tour Of The Golda Meir House

Postponed due to COVID spike.
We hope to reschedule in the future.

We Have Arranged For A Private Tour Led By Lena Fishman, Executive Director.
1146 9th Street, Denver, 80204, On The Auraria Campus

NO CHARGE, FREE PARKING- Details Will Be Sent After Sign Up Fills


Join The Wait List

December Marks The Beginning Of Two New ‘Interest’ Groups. Our Hazak Book Club Will Be Holding Their First Book Meeting This Month And Saul Rosenthal’s Study Group, Midrash In The Morning, Held Their First Meeting. Although These Groups Are Currently Full, We’re Always Open To Starting New Interest Groups. 

If You Have An Idea You’d Like To Facilitate, Please Email Us.

Midrash In The Morning

Led By   Cantor Saul Rosenthal, This Group Meets Monthly On Fridays.

Join Fellow Hazak Members For An Informal Monthly Exploration Of Talmudic-Midrashic Teachings That Are Part Of The Jewish Oral Tradition.   In 1948 Professor Nahum Glatzer Edited Hammer On The Rock, A Collection Of Wisdom And Poetry From The Talmud And Midrash.  We’ll Spend An Hour Together Each Month Exploring A Handful Of Pages From His Book, And Learning From Each Other.

Our Group Is Currently Full But You Can Join The Waiting List By Emailing The Office. 


Interest Groups

Look For These Groups And More!

Mahjong • Walking • Coffee • Learning • Book Group

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Wed, January 26 2022 24 Shevat 5782