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Jewish Holidays 2017-26

Jewish Holidays 2017-26

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  2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026
Purim March 11 - 12 Feb. 28 - March 1 March 19 - 20 March 10 - 11 Feb. 25 - 26 March 16 - 17 March 6 - 7 March 23 - 24 March 13 - 14 March 3 - 4
Passover April 10 - 18 March 30 - April 7 April 19 - 27 April 8 - 16 March 27 - April 4 April 15 - 22 April 5 - 13 April 22 - 30 April 12 - 20 April 1 - 9
Shavuot May 30 - June 1 May 19 - 21 June 8 - 10 May 28 - 30 May 16 - 18 June 4 - 7 May 25 - 27 June 11 - 13 June 1 - 3 June 21 - 23
Rosh Hashanah Sept. 20 - 22 Sept. 9 - 11 Sept. 29 - Oct. 1 Sept. 18 - 20 Sept. 6 - 8 Sept. 25 - 27 Sept. 15 - 17 Oct. 2 - 4 Sept. 22 - 24 Sept. 11 - 13
Yom Kippur Sept. 29 - 30 Sept. 18 - 19 Oct. 8 - 9 Sept. 27 - 28 Sept. 15 - 16 Oct. 4 - 5 Sept. 24 - 25 Oct. 11 - 12 Oct. 1 - 2 Sept. 20 - 21
Sukkot (First Days) Oct. 4 - 6 Sept. 23 - 25 Oct. 13 - 15

Oct. 2 - 4

Sept. 20 - 22 Oct. 9 - 11 Sept. 29 - Oct. 1 Oct. 16 - 18 Oct. 6 - 8 Sept. 25 - 27
Simchat Torah Oct. 11 - 13 Sept. 30 - Oct. 2 Oct. 20 - 22 Oct. 9 - 11 Sept. 27 - 29 Oct. 16 - 18 Oct. 6 - 8 Oct. 23 - 25 Oct. 13 - 15 Oct. 2 - 4
Chanukah Dec. 12 - 20 Dec. 2 - 10 Dec. 22 - 30 Dec. 10 - 18 Nov. 28 - Dec. 6 Dec. 18 - 26 Dec. 7 - 15 Dec. 25 - Jan. 2 Dec. 14 - 22 Dec. 4 - 12

 

Major Holidays (Religious observance, where no work is permitted - writing, driving etc.):
Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, First Days of Sukkot, Simchat Torah, Passover and Shavuot

Non major holidays (Work is permitted but due to the holiday, people may have events and services):
Chanukah, Purim

NOTE: The Jewish calendar date begins at sundown of the night beforehand. Thus all holiday observances begin the night before, as listed.

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