Havdilah at WESTENDORF Farm

Happy Independence Day to all of you!

Havdilah will be held at the Westendorf Farm this coming Saturday, July 8, starting around 5pm. We will be fixing Prime Rib Roast and homemade rolls for sandwiches. We will furnish drinks, also - Arnold Palmer and lemonade (and water, of course). If you want something else, please feel free to bring enough to share.

Please let me know how many in your party will be coming , along with what you would like to bring. We're thinking we should probably have some fried chicken and some kind of chicken to make sandwiches with, potato salad, green salad, fruit salad/tray, any kind of dessert, chips, etc. 

As usual, wear your old shoes if you want to be out in the yard. If you have stale bread for the chickens and ducks, feel free to bring that. They will love you forever. 

I believe Michele is going to give the Havdilah set to Lynne on Friday evening. Lynne, will you bring your guitar, please? If we have any other talent in our church family, we'd love to have you join in, too!

Directions to the farm are attached. We look forward to our wonderful fellowship on Saturday evening


Tom and Mary

PS Oneg is cancelled this coming Shabbat. We invite everyone to participate in Havdilah!

Tom and Mary Westendorf

1029 S. Bonnie Lane

Watkins, CO  80137

Tom’s cell: 303-667-4257

Mary’s cell: 720-231-8505

Go east on I-70 out of Aurora.  Take the Watkins exit heading south (right), past the frontage road to the first left, which is 6th Ave.  Go about a mile to the 4-way stop and turn right.  Go one mile and take the first left onto Alameda.  Stay on that – it will curve to the right and turn into S. Bonnie Lane.  We are about ¾ mile down that road, right side, yellow ranch style house with barn mailbox.


From Quincy and E-470:  Go east about 10 miles.  When you see the first left out that far, take it.  You’ll see a large tree and a huge lighted building on the northeast corner (the building sets back a little).  Not sure what the name of the road is.  Travel north until you see E. 6th Ave. (you’ll go over a mini bridge and an area that tells of possible flooding – it’s about 5-6 miles).  Turn right onto 6th and follow directions above on in to the farm.