If you're the kind of person that likes to plan your Hanukkah parties a few years in advance, here's a calendar of all the Jewish holidays for the next five years.

All holidays begin at sundown on the evening before the date specified in the tables below. For example, if the dates for Rosh Hashanah were listed as Sep 29-30, then the holiday begins at sundown on Sep 28 and ends at sundown on Sep 30.

Holiday Name
 
 
       
 Secular Year   2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17
Jewish Year Hebrew Date 5773 5774 5775 5776 5777
Rosh Hashanah 1-2 Tishrei Sep. 17-18 Sep. 5-6 Sep. 25-26 Sep. 14-15 Oct. 3-4
Tzom Gedaliah  3 Tishrei Sep. 19 Sep. 8 Sep. 28 Sep. 17 Oct. 5
Yom Kippur 10 Tishrei  Sep. 26 Sep. 14 Oct. 4 Sep. 23 Oct. 12
Sukkot 15-20 Tishrei Oct. 1-7 Sep. 19-25 Oct. 9-15 Sep. 28-Oct. 4 Oct. 17-23
Hoshanah Rabbah 21 Tishrei Oct. 7 Sep. 25 Oct. 15 Oct. 4 Oct. 23
Shemini Atzeret  22 Tishrei  Oct. 8 Sep. 26 Oct. 16 Oct. 5 Oct. 24
Simchat Torah 23 Tishrei Oct. 9 Sep. 27 Oct. 17 Oct. 6 Oct. 25
Hanukkah 25 Kislev-2 Tevet Dec. 9-16 Nov. 27- Dec. 5 Dec. 17-24 Dec. 7-14 Dec. 24-Jan 1.
Asarah be-Tevet  10 Tevet Dec. 23 Dec. 12 Jan. 1 Dec. 22 Jan. 8
Tu Bishvat 15 Shevat Jan. 26 Jan. 16 Feb. 4 Jan. 25 Feb. 11
Ta'anit (Fast of) Esther 13 Adar Feb. 21 Mar. 13 Mar. 4 Mar. 23 Mar. 9
Purim 15 Adar Feb. 24  Mar. 16 Mar. 5 Mar. 24 Mar. 12
Passover 15-21 Nisan Mar. 26- Apr. 2  Apr. 15-22 Apr. 4-11 Apr. 23-30 Apr. 11-18
Yom Hashoah 27 Nisan Apr. 7  Apr. 27 Apr. 16 May 5 Apr. 23
Yom Hazikaron 4 Iyar Apr. 14 May 5 Apr. 22 May 11 May 1
Yom Ha'atmaut 5 Iyar Apr. 15  May 6 Apr. 23 May 12 May 2
Lag Ba'omer 18 Iyar Apr. 28 May 18 May 7 May 26 May 14
Yom Yerushalayim 28 Iyar  May 8  May 28 May 17 June 5 May 24
Shavuot 6-7 Sivan May 15-16 June 4-5 May 24-25 June 12-13 May 31-June 1
Tzom Shiva Asar B'Tammuz 17 Tammuz  June 25  July 15 July 5 July 24 July 11
Tisha B'Av 9 Av July 16 Aug. 5 July 26 Aug. 14 Aug. 1