Virtual: Lost Synagogues of Denver with Phil Goodstein

Date: August 11, 2020
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Continuity and change have been part of Denver Jewry since its beginnings at the time of the Pikes Peak Gold Rush. A sign of permanence came in 1873-74 with the moves to create a congregation. Since then, the Jewish community has been in old East Denver, Capitol Hill, and along West Colfax and has left behind former synagogues. Many of the buildings are still standing. Their history, color, traditions, and uneven legacy will be the subject of this talk by the city’s leading historian.

Tuesday, August 11 | 11 am | FREE | REGISTER HERE