ALEPH Kallah 2016 Kids

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Kids & Teen Kallah

Camp Kids Kallah
Children and Teens Discovering Eco-Judaism through Colorado Nature

Welcome to our Kallah adventure for children and teens. While you experience the Joys of Jewishing throughout the week, your children and teens will be doing the same!

In this Eco-Judaism day camp adventure, children of all ages will experience art, theater, music, outdoor adventure, ceramics and more. Morning, afternoon and evening programs will engage Kallah kids in building community and creating their own amazing memories. In addition, we are offering family Shabbat experiences, engaging family programs, Colorado outings and opportunities for children to explore the beautiful CSU campus with our staff. This multi-age program will explore and engage children throughout the week.

What ages is Camp Kids Kallah designed to engage?

Our Camp Kids Kallah program of activities, outings and experiences are designed to engage and excite 3-12 year olds in individual and collective discovery throughout the week.

Is there a Camp Kids Kallah specifically created for infants and toddlers?
Camp Kids Kallah for toddlers will allow parents to participate in Kallah classes with no worries. Led by experienced early childhood educators, young children ages will enjoy age-appropriate arts and crafts, songs, games, hikes and swimming at the beautiful CSU campus plus a beautiful child-centered family Shabbat morning service.

If you need childcare for your toddler, please email

Enroll your child in the adventure of a lifetime: Camp Kids Kallah 2016.

Pack your bags and embark on a meaningful learning adventure to Colorado this summer to experience a new kind of journey with Judaism.

Kallah for Teens with Wilderness Torah!

Teen Kallah with Wilderness Torah 

Kallah’s unique and transformative teen program is back again! Led by Wilderness Torah mentors and guided by their core philosophies of earth-based Judaism and nature connection, teens will be guided into the wilderness on an exciting, connective, four-day backpacking adventure.

For four days, teens will explore the beautiful Rocky Mountains through backpacking (6+ miles to a basecamp), nature-connection, wilderness adventure while gaining insight into their own life’s journey through group building, Jewish teachings, and some solo time in the wilds.

Guided by the theme Finding the Hidden Light (Ohr Ein Sof), teens will nurture their connection with the natural world, themselves, their group, and Jewish tradition. Activities will include wild plant Rocky Mountain ethnobotany, wilderness travel skills, and Jewish experiences that attune us to nature's cycles.  Ample space will be created for guided quietude and reflection as well as group sharing.  The team will be welcomed back by the Kallah community before Shabbat and invited to share stories of their journey.

We are excited to see your family in Colorado this summer!

Meet Brooke Fisher
Director of Camp Kids Kallah 2016

I am excited to welcome your family to colorful Colorado this summer! As a Jewish educator, it is an amazing opportunity for me to create a Camp Kids Kallah adventure that shares an innovative Jewish experience for your children with a focus on growth in their individual and collective journeys.

Colorado creates a beautiful backdrop to experience the joys of learning Jewishly. This Kallah week is designed to take children on a journey of the senses through Eco-Judaism and discovery while building a beautiful and meaningful community. It’s going to be awesome.

I love creating Jewish education opportunities for children and teens and am a strong advocate for lifelong experiential learning. My career portfolio includes Early Childhood Education as educator and director, Religious School Director for Har Shalom Center for Jewish Living, Chair for Jewish Educators’ Council of Colorado, Good People Fund Fellow, NewCAJE Young Professional Fellow, national speaker at NewCAJE conferences and newly a member of the 2016 NewCAJE workshops approval committee.


Registration Instructions


Youth Program All Inclusive Pricing
Teen Program (13 – 18 years old)  
Includes housing in a community style double when on campus.
School Aged Children Program (5-12 years old) With Bed
Priced for a double room sharing with a parent or other child.
School Aged Children Program (5-12 years old) No Bed Needed   
Assumes that the child will sleep in the same room with parents with a sleeping bag.
Preschool Program (3-5 years old) With Bed
Priced for a double room with sharing with a parent or other child.
Preschool Program (3-5 years old) No Bed Needed   
Assumes that the child will sleep in the same room with parents with a sleeping bag.
Toddler Program (0-3 years old) No Bed Needed  
Assumes that the child will sleep in the same room with a parent in a set up you
provide. No bed included. Free childcare services available upon request.

Outdoor Programming Partners


This year we are excited to partner with the Adventure Rabbi and Wilderness Torah to bring creative Jewish outdoor programming to our kids' and teen programs. The Adventure Rabbi team brings nature together with Judaism in a way that will leave young children and the young-at-heart alike thinking about, connecting with, and appreciating their Judaism in new ways. Wilderness Torah mentors youth into greater connection with Judaism, nature, and themselves.


Registration Support
215.247.9700 x 34 (Monday – Friday, 12pm – 5pm EST)
Work Study
Faculty & Workshop Leader Support
215.247.9700 x 18 or
Kallah Director, Tamy Jacobs
215.247.9700 x 30 or

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