There is nothing like Jewish holidays; the wonderful flavors and taste of home, the special clothes, songs, games, and traditions, which provide the unique family feeling. The holidays are a cornerstone of connections among Jews; all over the world Jewish people celebrate the same holidays and take a part of long-lasting Jewish heritage.
Here is Mason Hillel, we give the Jewish holidays the time, space, and feeling, our students are looking for. Make sure to follow the Jewish calendar and join us for our holiday programs.
Jewish Holiday and special days Dates for 5778 (2017-2018):
|Rosh Hashana||Sep 21-22, 2017||The Jewish New Year|
|Yom Kippur||Sep 30, 2017||Day of Atonement|
|Sukkot||Oct 5-11, 2017||Feast of Tabernacles|
|Shmini Atzeret||Oct 12, 2017||Eighth Day of Assembly|
|Simchat Torah||Oct 13, 2017||Day of Celebrating the Torah|
|Chanukah||Dec 13-20||The Jewish Festival of Lights|
|Tu BiShvat||Jan 31, 2018||New Year for Trees|
|Purim||Mar 1, 2018||One of the most joyous and fun holidays on the Jewish calendar.|
|Pesach||Mar 31-Apr 7, 2018||Passover, the Feast of Unleavened Bread|
|Lag BaOmer||May 3, 2018||33rd day of counting the Omer|
|Shavuot||May 20-21, 2018||Festival of Weeks, commemorates the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai|
|Tish’a B’Av||Jul 22, 2018||The Ninth of Av, fast commemorating the destruction of the two Temples|
|Tu B’Av||Jul 27, 2018||Jewish holiday of love, similar to Valentine’s Day|