Denver Synagogue Bus Tour, July 15, 2018

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Guided bus tour of Denver's historic synagogues with Phil Goodstein, PhD

Since arriving in Denver in 1859, the Denver Jewish community has constantly moved around. It has left behind numerous synagogues, signs of what were once pockets of heavy Jewish settlement. Many of the buildings are still standing. These range from the post-World War II Beth Joseph to Sherith Israel on the Auraria campus. In the course of a three-hour bus tour, we will go from the modern Temple Emanuel to Capitol Hill to Five Points and Curtis Park. From there we will head to the West Colfax corridor via Auraria. Included will be passing comments about Denver's past and present.

Phil Goodstein has been giving tours of Denver since 1986. He has written more than 25 books. Many include discussions of the Jewish presence that will be addressed in different parts of the tour. Copies will be available for purchase on the bus ride.

For more information, please email info@templeaaron.org or call 303.905.2161.

Proceeds will be donated to Temple Aaron of Trinidad.

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A growing community within Colorado and surrounding states is actively campaigning to preserve the historic Temple Aaron of Trinidad, Colorado. The Temple Aaron campaign has met its initial goal to fund critical repairs, two-year operating expenses, and commission of a historic building assessment. A capital campaign will follow to secure an endowment for preservation in perpetuity. This success has been made possible by local temple leadership and congregation members, individuals and organizations throughout CO and NM, historic preservation societies, and others who are committed to preserving this unique and special landmark.  

Temple Aaron of Trinidad, Colorado

 

Physical location:

407 S. Maple Street, Trinidad, CO 81082

 

Mailing address:

c/o Randy Rubin, 228 S 6th St, Raton NM 87740

email: info@templeaaron.org

tel: 303.905.2161

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