Ladies, we hope you will join us for this unique experience as we welcome in the month of Elul. This month is significant because we are approaching the high
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Goodnight Moon: Jewish Calendar Inspiration for the Bedtime Marathon
I’ve often wondered why bedtime with children is challenging. Every child I know seems to only have one speed, and it’s not slow. They run instead of
A few years ago, I thought up Blue Braid, a Jewish feminism discussion group, for one purpose: to talk about Jewish anxiety. (So I’m anxious to explain
The Bucket List of a 43-Year-Old Jewish Mother
Bucket lists are TRENDING, y’all. The whole concept of “What do you want to do before you kick the bucket?” has trickled down to: “What’s on your
MazelTogether has been a great place for me to get information about what’s happening in the Denver Jewish community for my family. I find out about so many great opportunities from the weekly newsletter and I love how helpful the Mazel Team is. It’s been a great resource and such a good point of entry for any new family to the Denver area.—Sarah
Josh Gold is the Manager of MazelTogether. A Colorado native, Josh earned a B.A. from Colorado State University in technical journalism with a concentration in public relations and a Masters in Nonprofit Management from Regis University. He lives in Aurora with his wife and two children.
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