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Jewish Holidays and Festivals - Chabad.org


Jewish Holidays and Festivals. Explanations, observances, study, guide and multimedia to all major and minor Jewish holidays and fast days.

Jewish Holidays 2015-2016 | Hebcal Jewish Calendar


Dates of major and minor Jewish holidays for years 2015-2016 (Hebrew year 5776), observances and customs, holiday Torah readings.

Jewish Holidays | Hebcal Jewish Calendar


Dates of major and minor Jewish holidays for years 2014-2024. Links to pages describing observance and customs, holiday Torah readings.

Jewish Holidays, 2010–2020 - Infoplease


Here are the dates of Jewish holidays, including Purim, Passover, Shavuot, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Shemini Atzeret, and Hanukkah, from 2010 to ...

Dates of Upcoming Holidays | Jewish Virtual Library


Encyclopedia of Jewish and Israeli history, politics and culture, with biographies, statistics, ... Jewish holidays begin sundown the night before the date specified.

Jewish Holidays (1998-2017) - The World


JEWISH HOLIDAYS -- 1998 TO 2017 All Jewish holidays begin at sundown on the evening before the date shown. On holidays marked "*" Jews are not ...

Jewish Holidays and Festivals - Jewish Holidays 2015 - Aish.com


Portal to all major and minor Jewish holidays with a short, introductory description, leading to dedicated sections. Features upcoming holiday. By Aish Hatorah.

Jewish Holidays & Festivals - Osher Marin Jewish Community Center


JCC Holiday Schedule A printable version of the Holiday Schedule. Rosh Hashanah. September 14-15, 2015. "Head of the Year" is the Jewish New Year, ...

Jewish Holidays - ReformJudaism.org


Learn about Jewish holidays and the Jewish holiday calendar, including Hanukkah, Purim, Passover, Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur.

Jewish Holidays | Orthodox Union


The Jewish holidays calendar with articles and stories on Pesach, Passover, Sukkot, Rosh HaShanah, High Holidays, Chanukkah, Purim, Tisha B'av and more.

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