|Passover - Pesach
The Search for Leaven (Bedikat Chametz) takes place on Sunday night April 1st.
The Fast of the First Born (customarily not observed due to a special Siyum-Celebration) takes place on Monday morning April 2nd.
Burning and annulment of Chametz,
on Monday morning April 2nd.
day of Passover ends on Wednesday April 4th after nightfall followed
by Chol Hamoed. Shabbat Chol Hamoed begins late Friday afternoon April
6th and ends Saturday night April 7th after nightfall.
The Three Weeks ( July 3rd to July 24th) - Remembering the Siege of Jerusalem starts on: Shiva Assar BeTammuz – Fast of Seventeenth Day of Tammuz, from before dawn on Tuesday July 3rd until Tuesday night July 3rd (half day fast).
of Tisha Beav 2007
Mourning the Destruction of the Two Jewish Temples in Jerusalem. From late afternoon Monday July 23rd until Tuesday night July 24th. (Full day fast).
Kippur 2007 - Day of Atonement
From late Friday afternoon September 21st until Saturday night September 22nd. (Full day fast.)
|Sukkot -Tabernacles and Shemini Atzeret - Simchat Torah
Festival of Booths recalling the Exodus from Egypt and Rejoicing over the Torah Law. Lulav and Etrog – The Four Species from Trees.
First days start from late afternoon Wednesday September 26th until Friday night September 28th. Festival continues with Chol HaMoed –Intermediate Days until the final days of Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah from late afternoon Wednesday October 3rd until Friday night October 5th ( followed by Shabbat Bereshit which ends on Saturday night October 6th) .
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