Join us at Ranch Camp April 20-22 for Spring Family Camp.
All meals are included, arts and crafts, Shabbat programs, sports, and that camp feeling we all
Sports, school and growing — lots of growing — are what life is all about when you have kids. Your connections now revolve around their busy schedules. MazelTogether will help you navigate the ever-changing landscape of your family’s Jewish identity and connect you to others who are going through the same stages in life. Login or register to learn more.
I hold it before I crawl into bed every night. When it wakes me each morning I hold it once again, basking in its glow, searching it for answers…
While sports camps promote physical fitness and participation to kids, they are obviously not known for academic stimulation. Why not fill the void with
Every year after Passover, I stare at my pantry and ask, “now what?” What do I do with all the extra matzah, matzah meal, cake meal, and potato starch?
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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