Denver native, well known local historian, author (of more than 20 books), master storyteller and consummate tour guide, Phil Goodstein exposes the highlights and lowlights of Denver’s early Jewish community by probing what makes it tick and the character of its people and institutions. Along the way, he has given numerous walking tours through historic parts of the community.
Though not active in the Jewish community, he has turned his attention to it in his volume Exploring Jewish Colorado while emphasizing the Jewish dimension in neighborhood histories of East, South, West, and North Denver.
Come! Be entertained and thoroughly fascinated as you sit back and ponder life within early Jewish Denver as only Phil Goodstein could describe it. Guaranteed to be our best program of the year.
When: Sunday, August 21, 10 am-12 pm
Location: Jewish Community Center Perlmutter Room
350 S. Dahlia St., Denver, CO 80246
Members – $10, Non-members – $15
Lox and bagels and beverages will be served.
Register online or RSVP and pay at the door
Online pre-registration ends August 20th.
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