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studentlife.mit.edu/orsel/interfaith-understanding/fall-2021-and-jewish-holiday-calendar

In 2021, the fall Jewish holiday season starts early and remains busy throughout September. The first major holiday, Rosh Hashana, begins before classes ...

mountainstates.adl.org/files/2021/06/5-year-Jewish-Holiday-Calendar-2021-2026.pdf

5-YEAR CALENDAR OF JEWISH HOLIDAYS*. 2021-2026 / 5782-5786. Holiday. 2021-2022 ... October. 3-4. September. 23-24. Yom Kippur. September. 16. October.

judaic.unl.edu/jewish-holidays

Jewish holidays begin at sunset of the day before the first date shown below. ... September 16-17, October 3-4, September 23-24, September 12-13. Yom Kippur

www.jewishallianceri.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/CRC-Holiday-Calendar_2017-2021-4.8.14.pdf

In addition to providing dates for Jewish holidays ... Oct. 9. Wednesday. Sept. 28. Monday. Sukkot. Feast of the. Tabernacles. Oct. 17 & 18. Mon. & Tues.

jewishunpacked.com/when-are-the-high-holidays-2021-version

When are the Jewish High Holidays in 2021? · Rosh Hashanah (1-2 Tishrei 5781) · Yom Kippur (9-10 Tishrei 5781) · Sukkot (15-21 Tishrei 5781) · Shemini A...

www.jewishinsandiego.org/jewish-holiday-calendar

Jewish Holidays 5782 · All holidays begin at sunset on the previous evening · Holiday · Date · Rosh Hashanah · September 7-8, 2021 · Yom K...

mjaa.org/jewish-holidays-2019-2020

Pesach: April 15-23. Shavuot: June 4-6. Rosh Hashanah: September 25-27. Yom Kippur: October 4-5. Sukkot: October 9-10. Hannukah: December 18-26 ...

www.jcfs.org/blog/story-fall-holidays

The Jewish year begins with the first days of the Hebrew month of Tishrei, which usually falls in September and sometimes in early October. The new year ...

www.jccsoco.org/main/jewish-holiday-calendar-5780

Erev Rosh Hashanah, Sep 29. Rosh Hashanah, 1st Day, Sep 30. Rosh Hashanah, 2nd day, Oct 1. Kol Nidre, Oct 8. Yom Kippur, Oct 9. Erev Sukkot, Oct 13.

yivo.org/holiday-calendar

View a list of YIVO's holiday closings. ... YIVO and the Center for Jewish History are closed for Jewish holidays and most national ... October 2 (Friday).

www.umass.edu/orsl/resources/jewish/holidays/calendar

The Jewish day begins and ends at sundown. Thus, all holidays begin at sundown on the first day and end at nightfall on the last day shown in the calendar ...