December 20, 2014

Brunch and Learn: Aligning Jewish values with our economics and environment.

When:  July 20 11 am -1 pm

Location: JCC-Denver Boardroom

Cost: $10 donation
RSVP and More information

Join B’nai B’rith Denver on July 20 for our second Brunch and Learn with Rabbi Immerman from Temple Emanuel and Ken Bagstad of the USGS.  It will cover a mix of economics, environment, and social justice.

Dr. Ken Bagstad
United States Geological Survey (USGS)

Dr. Ken Bagstad is an economist working with the U.S. Geological Survey. His professional and personal passions center around designing economic policy tools to foster social justice and environmental protection.

In his free time he enjoys gardening, spending time in the mountains, and reading.

Rabbi Brian Immerman

Assistant Rabbi at Temple Emanuel

Rabbi Immerman currently serves the community of Temple Emanuel, where he brings a passion for the outdoors, regarding both environmentalism and spirituality in nature to his rabbinate. He strives to help people create more meaning in their lives by continuing the rich Jewish tradition and making positive change in our society.

Take me out to the Ballgame

Take me out to the Ballgame
July 13, 2:10pm
Tickets: $15

Join the YLN for an afternoon of networking with Denver B’nai B’rith and cheering on the Rockies. All ages welcome!

We will be meeting up before the game at Jagged Mountain Brewery : 1139 20th St, Denver, CO 80202 (20th and Lawrence) between 1 -2pm to hand-out tickets and grab a drink. Let us know you are coming by RSVPing to our Facebook event.

Feel free to pick-up your tickets early and meet us there!

If you would like to pick-up tickets in advance and meet us at the game, please email or call Rachel at 720-301-7958. We can leave it at will call or drop it off somewhere before the game. We accept cash, credit and checks for payment.

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions. We hope to see you there!

18th Annual Leadville Cleanup Project

Leadville-2012 028The schedule and updated information for this year’s Leadville Cemetery Cleanup project has been announced!  Visit the 2014- 18th Annual Leadville Cemetery Cleanup  page to find updated information, a copy of the Menorah- 2014 Leadville Edition and our weekend schedule.

We will be arranging carpools up to Leadville this year to minimize the amount of cars at the Campsite. If you are interested in being a driver or passenger, Please contact Manda ASAP  at or 303-393-7358



 Please register by e-mail or phone to: or 303-393-7358

B’nai B’rith Denver Lag B’Omer Picnic

Sunday, May 18th from 11 a.m.-7 p.m.

at Crestmoor Park: S. Monoco Parkway and Cedar Ave., Denver, CO


Join B’nai B’rith for a potluck picnic at Crestmoor Park. We’ll play Frisbee, play games, eat food and have fun! B’nai B’rith will provide kosher meats, buns and condiments.Please bring a Kosher parve or meat potluck item (no dairy) such as snacks, a side dish, or beverages to share. Our park permit allows for 3.2 beer and non-alcohol drinks.

At 2:00 p.m., those who wish can join the Walk for Israel at the JCC, while the picnic continues.


Please support our new Adopt-a-School program and bring a new or gently-used book for 3rd-graders, or make a donation to the B’nai B’rith Adopt-a-School program to help purchase new class textbooks for the fall semester.


Please RSVP to Manda: 303-393-7358 or To find out more about the program, please visit our website:

2nd Annual B’nai B’rith Denver Open House

Join us for a FREE open house event! First round of drinks and appetizers on us! We invite you to mix and mingle while discovering B’nai B’rith’s rich history in Denver Colorado as well as what the organization does around the world celebrating our 170th anniversary! You will have the opportunity to learn about the Denver Lodge, service projects, Young leadership and professional networking. A perfect opportunity to become a member of this great organization or renew your membership! All members, friends and guests invited!

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Volunteer with Newborns in Need

Sunday, October 6th from 12:30PM-3PM

777 Bannock Street, Denver 80204

Nearly 3,200 babies are born each year at Children’s Hospital.  Many families are low-income and struggle to provide the things they need for their newborns. With support from volunteers and donors like you, every baby leaves the hospital with a “Warm Welcome” bag filled with diapers, blankets and clothing to help them get off to a healthy start in life.

Please join us to help us assemble these “Warm Welcome Bags”.   Children ages 6 and older are welcome and we have a limit of 20 volunteers.  Kosher pizza will be served from 12:3oPM-1PM and we’ll sort from 1-3PM.

Volunteers will meet me at the information desk at the main front entrance of the hospital, also called Pavilion A.  For Mapquest directions, use the address 777 Bannock Street, Denver 80204.  Parking is available in the visitor’s garage and the entrance is on the east side of Delaware Street between 6th Avenue and 8th Avenue (free parking provided).

Please bring a water bottle, wear comfortable shoes and bring a new gift for the babies.

We need:

Disposable diapers (size 1 or 2)
Onesies, Undershirts
Outfits, Sleepers
Bibs, Socks, Booties
Baby wash/ shampoo, lotion
Nursing supplies (pads, cream, etc.)
Baby ear thermometers
Baby picture books
Infant toys
Car seats
Umbrella strollers
Cribs and Crib sheets

Please note that all items must be NEW, and please no bottles or formula.

Image by Jan de Graaf

Children’s Colorado Mobile Blood Drive

Tuesday, August 27th from 9AM-12:45PM at the JCC-Denver Parking lot
Please read below to find out if your eligible to donate.
If you are eligible and you would like to donate, sign up here.

Are you eligible to donate?

If your answer is yes to any of the below questions on the day you present to donate, you may not be eligible.
1. In the past 12 months, have you traveled outside the U.S. or Canada?
2. Have you received a tattoo or piercing in the past 12 months?
3. Are you currently taking antibiotics for an active infection?
4. Are you taking any medications or received a vaccination?
5. Do you weigh less than 110 pounds?
6. Are you younger than 17 years of age?
7. Are you feeling ill or not well?
If you answered yes to any of the questions, please call to review your eligibility ~ 720-777-5398
Thank you for your help with ensuring our blood supply is safe for the little ones that need it

If you choose to donate, please read the following:

  • Arrive at the bus as close to their scheduled time as possible
  • We will try our best to accommodate you if you arrive late but due to the nature of our schedule that may not be possible.
  • Bring a government issued photo ID
  • Check the eligibility criteria before signing up for an appointment.  It is linked to the online schedule or anyone can call us here at the donor center with any eligibility questions 720-777-5398.

Ladies Mah Jongg tutorial night by B’nai B’rith Young Leadership Network

JanggThursday, August 15th starting at 6:30 PM at Promenade Place, 5200 S Ulster St, Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111

Always wanted to join mom and grandma for a game of Mahj Jong? Well here is your chance!

Join us to learn, play, kibbitz, enjoy cocktails and snacks! It’s loads of fun and a Jewish rite of passage!

Young Professional Network Cosponsors Jazz in the Park

Jazz in the Park

Sunday, July 28, 2013 starting at 6pm
at City Park: 17th Ave. and CO Blvd.

Join your Jewish young adult friends for ‘Jazz in the Park’

This free concert will take place at the bandstand by the Pavilion on Ferril Lake in Denver’s City Park. Look for the blue and white balloons to find our tent where we will have yummy snacks available. Come set your blanket down early to get a comfy spot near the stage. You can bring a picnic dinner and drinks for yourself or to share with friends! Invite all your friends! Let’s take advantage of our city’s awesome free jazz event.

This event is BYOB. Please RSVP on Facebook.

This event is sponsored by TEN (Tribe Engagement Network, formerly YAPC) working together to build continuity and collaboration between Jewish organizations who serve individuals in their 20s, 30s and 40s:
ADL, B-There, Bnai Brith, E-3 Events/Macc XY, Hazon, JConnect, JOI, JNFuture, Judaism Your Way, Keshet, Temple Sinai After Hours, The Hineini Project, GesherCity Denver/Boulder, The Hineini Project and YAD

Summer Barbecue- Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Summer Barbecue

Tuesday, July 23, 2013 starting at 5pm
at Cranmer Park: 4501 E 1st Ave, Denver, CO 80220

Join B’nai B’rith for a potluck barbecue at Cranmer Park. B’nai B’rith will be honoring the Denver Jewish Chamber of Commerce for their ongoing support. We’ll play Frisbee, play games, eat food and have fun! Please bring a Kosher pareve or meat potluck item (no dairy) such as a side dish, salad, fruit, snacks, dessert or beverage. Please comment below the item you are planning to bring, so we have enough food.

This is a family-friend picnic, so all are welcome. B’nai B’rith will provide kosher hamburgers, hot dogs, condiments and buns.

Please RSVP here.