with a View
June 21, 2013
July 19, 2013
August 2, 2013
June 6, 2014 (note the year)
July 25, 2014 (note the year)
Friday night Shabbat Services on the summit of
Flagstaff Mountain. Our 6 p.m. service is held
at the Sunrise Amphitheater with panoramic views
of the City of Boulder. Join us for an unforgettable Shabbat, surrounded
by fragrant trees, red-rock, great company and song.
at 7 p.m., join us for a picnic at the Stone Shelter picnic
area, located just across the parking lot.
your family and friends or come alone.
No hiking involved! All ages welcome. The song-filled service will
be finished by 7 p.m.
services, join us for a picnic dinner. Please bring
your own picnic dinner and table cloth. No alcoholic beverages permitted.
(Open Space regulations.)
Shabbat Service and Picnic Dinner
For Summer 2013:
June 21, July 19, Aug 2, 2013
For Summer 2014: June 6, July 25, 2014 (NOTE THE YEAR!)
Between facility rental insurance, staff, and advertising, this
event costs over $1,000 to run. Free for members
all others are asked to please pitch in (suggested $10/ adult and
$5/ child) at the door or
Click here to pay in advance. Visa/MC accepted.
Baseline Road west towards mountains. Drive past Chautauqua Park
on your left. The road's name changes to Flagstaff Road. 3.4 miles
up Flagstaff Road, to Realization Point, then right turn, 0.5 miles
on Flagstaff Summit Road. It takes longer than you would
expect to get up there. Click
here for a map.
Boulder residents whose cars are registered in Boulder do not need
parking permits. If you are not registered in Boulder, there is
a $5 parking permit fee. Fee may be paid as you turn onto Flagstaff
Summit Road. Click here
Must be on leashes, able to quietly sit through the service and
play well with other dogs. For park regulations on dogs please
Rain Policy: If it is raining really hard at 6:00 p.m.
we will relocate to the Wood Shelter, which is just across the street
from the Wood Shelter where we picnic. But please know that it frequently
can be raining in town and fine on Flagstaff or a storm can swiftly
pass by leaving us able to have our service.