Reverse Tashlich 2023

sun10sep8:30 amsun12:00 pmReverse Tashlich 2023

Time

(Sunday) 8:30 am - 12:00 pm(GMT-06:00)

Event Details

Tashlich is a Rosh Hashanah ritual in which Jews begin the new year by symbolically casting off last year’s sins by tossing pebbles or bread crumbs into a body of water. In 2016, the college division of Repair the Sea (Scubi Jew®️) at Eckerd College conceived the idea of hosting a Reverse Tashlich, a beach cleanup to remove human “sins” from the water.

Every year since the program has expanded as new communities have joined and removed thousands of pounds of debris from waterfront locations around the world as part of their High Holiday observance. This year the Boulder JCC is partnering with Inland Ocean Coalition and the Colorado Jewish Climate Action (CJCA) to host a family-friendly creek cleanup in Boulder. Exact location details will be provided a before the event to those that register.

Sunday, September 10 | 8:30 am – 12 pm | FREE