Jewish holidays calendar

Jewish Holidays

Mom, What’s a shofar?

Dad, Why do we eat matzah on Passover?

When is Hanukkah this year?

Don’t worry. Kveller has cheat sheets to the Jewish holidays so you’ll be able to answer all of your kid’s questions in no time.

Rosh Hashanah

Yom Kippur


Simchat Torah


Tu Bishvat



Israel Independence Day


Jewish Holidays 2014-2015

Jewish Year 5775 

Rosh Hashanah: Sept. 25-26

Yom Kippur: Oct. 4

Sukkot: Oct. 9-15

Simchat Torah: Oct. 17

Hanukkah: Dec. 17-24

Tu Bishvat: Feb. 4

Purim: Mar. 5

Passover: Apr. 4-11

Yom Ha’atzmaut (Israel Independence Day): Apr. 23

Shavuot: May 24-25

*Jewish holidays begin at sundown on the evening before the listed dates. 


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