Shanah Tovah!


Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year feast and celebration.

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The Jewish Calendar is a lunar calendar, therefor the dates of Rosh Hashanah and other Jewish holidays will vary according to the Gregorian Calendar (the standard calendar used in most of the world for politics, business and daily life.)  In 2022 Rosh Hashanah begins at Sundown on September 25 and ends at nightfall of September 27.

Shanah Tovah!


Happy New Year


2022 is here. While it isn’t starting like we might have expected, or hoped, we do hope that you and your family are safe, healthy, and able to make the best of this situation. We look forward to seeing you on January 10. Be sure to come by the school library to see how we can help you get back into things as Semester 1 finishes up this month.

Shanah Tovah!


Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year feast and celebration.

source: CC BY 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons

The Jewish Calendar is a lunar calendar, therefor the dates of Rosh Hashanah and other Jewish holidays will vary according to the Gregorian Calendar (the standard calendar used in most of the world for politics, business and daily life.)  In 2021 Rosh Hashanah begins at Sundown on September 6 and ends at nightfall of September 8.

Shanah Tovah!


Rosh Hashanah

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Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year feast and celebration.

The Jewish Calendar is a lunar calendar, therefor the dates of Rosh Hashanah and other Jewish holidays will vary according to the Gregorian Calendar (the standard calendar used in most of the world for politics, business and daily life.)  In 2020 Rosh Hashanah begins at Sundown on September 18 and ends at nightfall of September 20.


 

Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year feast and celebration.

The Jewish Calendar is a lunar calendar, therefor the dates of Rosh Hashanah and other Jewish holidays will vary according to the Gregorian Calendar (the standard calendar used in most of the world for politics, business and daily life.)  In 2016 Rosh Hashanah begins at Sundown on October 3 and ends at nightfall of October 4.

Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year feast and celebration.

The Jewish Calendar is a lunar calendar, therefor the dates of Rosh Hashanah and other Jewish holidays will vary according to the Gregorian Calendar (the standard calendar used in most of the world for politics, business and daily life.)  In 2015 Rosh Hashanah begins at Sundown on September 13 and ends at nightfall of September 15.