EVENTS

HOLIDAYS

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High Holy Days!

High Holy
Days

The High Holy Days will take place on:

ROSH HASHANAH

Erev Rosh Hashanah: Sunday, September 25

Rosh Hashanah Day: Monday, September 26

2nd Day Rosh Hashanah: Tuesday, September 27

YOM KIPPUR

Erev Yom Kippur: Tuesday, October 4

Yom Kippur Day: Wednesday, October 5

Stay tuned to find out more about how we do High Holy Days!

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about Sukkot!

Sukkot

Sukkot will begin Sunday evening, October 9 through Monday, May 17.

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Simchat
Torah

 

Simchat Torah will begin on Monday evening, October 17.

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about Chanukah!

Chanukah

Chanukah will begin Sunday evening, December 18 with the first candle and conclude on Monday, December 26. The eighth candle is lit Sunday evening, December 25.

 

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about Purim!

Purim 

Purim will begin Monday evening, March 6.

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about Passover!

Passover

Passover will begin Wednesday evening, April 5 and conclude Thursday, April 13.

The first Seder takes place, April 5 (PM) and the second Seder on March 6 (PM).

 

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Yom Hashoah

Yom Hashoah

Yom Hashoah will take place on Tuesday, April 18. Please consider visiting Illuminate The Past's website to light a candle.

 

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about Shavu'ot!

Shavu'ot

Shavu'ot will take place on Thursday evening, May 25 through Saturday, May 27 with Tikkun Le'il Shavu'ot occurring on Thursday evening, May 25.

 

Stay tuned to find out more about how we do Shavu'ot.