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Tuesdays, 6:13-7:30 p.m., weekly. $600 for the year, with dinner. Full Calendar 

Open to teens in 8th-12th grade, Nosh and Drash is a safe space for open, judgement-free dialogue to discuss current events and the world around us.

What do teens say about Nosh?

Nosh and Drash has been one of the critical factors in my maturation as a functioning person in society. I have learned to not only respect others’ opinions but think from their perspective so I can have a better understanding of what they are trying to convey. This is a skill that is essential in our lives, especially today. 

...Nosh is an incredibly open and accepting group. If someone wants to bring a topic that they feel passionate about, like a Supreme Court case or even something about their favorite football team, everyone is open to talking about it...

[Lead Teen Educator Robin Wald] is an incredible member of our community, as well as a mentor for the teens. I always joke to other teens in our community that she is essentially my “second Mom”. With Nosh in her hands, the program will be incredible for a very long time.

--Liam Watts, class of 2022

TuesdayTue, 27 SepSeptember, 2022

 
 
No Nosh and Drash (High Holy Days)

Tuesday, Sep 27th 6:13p to 7:30p

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TuesdayTue, 4 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
No Nosh and Drash (High Holy Days)

Tuesday, Oct 4th 6:13p to 7:30p

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TuesdayTue, 11 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
No Nosh and Drash (Sukkot)

Tuesday, Oct 11th 6:13p to 7:30p

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TuesdayTue, 18 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
No Nosh and Drash (Simchat Torah)

Tuesday, Oct 18th 6:13p to 7:30p

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TuesdayTue, 25 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Nosh and Drash Resumes

Tuesday, Oct 25th 6:13p to 7:30pFollowing the holidays, Nosh and Drash will resume the weekly schedule.

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TuesdayTue, 8 NovNovember, 2022

 
 
No Nosh and Drash (Election Day)

Tuesday, Nov 8th 6:13p to 7:30p

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ThursdayThu, 6 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Zehut JIF Application Due

Thursday, Oct 6th (All day)Applications are required for Zehut, a year-long exploration of Jewish identity, our obligations to the Jewish people, the stranger, and to humanity.

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WednesdayWed, 12 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
TLC and Kadima Sushi in the Sukkah

Wednesday, Oct 12th 5:30p to 7:00pThere will be sushi and we'll eat it in the Sukkah! Open to all Jewish 6th-12th graders.

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MondayMon, 17 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Simchat Torah Dinner and Dancing with the Torah

Monday, Oct 17th 6:00p to 8:00pDinner followed by evening Simchat Torah service with Hakafot (dancing with the Torah) featuring 8th grade Torah readers!

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SundaySun, 30 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Better Together Fall Semester

Sunday, Oct 30th 11:15a to 12:30pIntergenerational friendship between teens and older adults in our congregation.

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ThursdayThu, 10 NovNovember, 2022

 
 
Midnight Run

Thursday, Nov 10th 5:30p to Friday, Nov 11th 1:00aOur teens travel by bus at night to deliver much-needed food and clothing to the homeless in New York City and have real interactions with our fellow New Yorkers.

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SundaySun, 13 NovNovember, 2022

 
 
Zehut JIF NYC Trip

Sunday, Nov 13th (All day)Zehut is a year-long exploration of fundamental questions of Jewish identity, Israel, Antisemitism, our obligations to the Jewish people, the stranger and to humanity.

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ThursdayThu, 17 NovNovember, 2022

 
 
Drash with the Rabbi Starts

Thursday, Nov 17th 6:15p to 7:15pRabbi Brusso hosts teens to discuss the intersection their lives with Judaism in his home. For 11th and 12th graders.

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SundaySun, 20 NovNovember, 2022

 
 
Better Together Fall Semester

Sunday, Nov 20th 11:15a to 12:30pIntergenerational friendship between teens and older adults in our congregation.

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WednesdayWed, 23 NovNovember, 2022

 
 
TLC Broadway Show Trip

Wednesday, Nov 23rd (All day)Details coming!

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SundaySun, 4 DecDecember, 2022

 
 
Better Together Fall Semester

Sunday, Dec 4th 11:15a to 12:30pIntergenerational friendship between teens and older adults in our congregation.

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What do parents say about Nosh? 

My kids are absolutely LOVING Nosh. I think the mixed age, mixed gender format reminds them of camp - their favorite place on earth.

Tonight they finished up some homework which was huge in terms of reducing anxiety about the late evening--they have swim practice before Nosh--but they also got some help from some of the older kids. They are so psyched to have upperclassmen and women whom they will know when they get to Greeley next year.

And of course they just adore Robin! "Thanks to everyone for putting together a great program!!

--Deb Weitzen

Sat, September 24 2022 28 Elul 5782