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Saturday, February 9 • 9:45pm - 11:00pm
A Taste of Havruta: What Do Parents owe their Children?

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The very successful U.K. Limmud Havruta project has allowed people of all backgrounds to explore classical and contemporary themes through Jewish text with a study partner, or havruta. In 1997, Limmud's Havruta theme was Dorot - Generations, and Hannah and Marc will facilitate guided study on a section called: "What do parents owe their Children?" in which we learn the difficult and often subtle responsibilities of being a parent and investigate ways of dealing with rebelliousness

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Hannah Kapnik Ashar

Hannah Kapnik Ashar is a Kevah Teaching Fellow, a marriage coach with Power of Two, and co-producer of Come & Listen: Jewish Food for Thought. She is one of the facilitators for Limmud's Eat, Think and Be Merry program, and generally is passionate about facilitating access to Torah as a center of meaning-making.
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Marc Soloway

Rabbi, Congregation Bonai Shalom
Marc Soloway was a founding board member of Limmud Colorado and co-chair of Limmud in the UK in the 90s. He has been the rabbi of Bonai Shalom in Boulder since 2004 and is also the chair of the Rabbinical Advisory Board for Hazon. Marc enjoys the friendship of his colleagues in Boulder and is the proud member of Jewish goat and chicken co-ops for eggs and milk. He also loves skiing and mountain biking!

Saturday February 9, 2013 9:45pm - 11:00pm
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