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  • The holidays are always set to follow the Jewish Lunar Calendar which is regulated from tradition dating back to Moses, to incorporate leap years by the occasional addition of a repeated 12th month of Adar

  • As a result, the Jewish Calendar is the only time Calendar that follows the true course of astronomy while also maintaining a true solar schedule

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  • Celebrate Jews•Celebrate Judaism • Jewish Holiays Calendar Jewish Holidays Gregorian Date Hebrew Date • Monday day, Dec 26, 2005 25 Kislev 5766 •Fast of Tevet 10 Tuesday, Jan

  • • Yom Kippur October 2, 2006 Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is the holiest day of the Jewish calendar, a day marked by fasting and prayer

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  • » Calendar Tuesday, September 5, 2006 12 Elul, 5766 | Please to view your events | To view halachic times for your city, to set your city

  • — Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi Calendar Views: | S M T W T F S Rosh Hashanah - Sept

  • 13 - 15, 2006 Since Biblical times the months and years of the Jewish calendar have been established by the cycles of the moon and the sun

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  • [ ] Sunday, December 31, 2006 • Tevet 10 Fruit For Thought for Tu B'Shevat, the New Year for Trees Tu B'Shevat , the 15th of Shevat on the Jewish calendar is the day that marks the beginning of a 'New Year for Trees.' This is the season in which the earliest-blooming trees in the Land of Israel emerge from their winter sleep and begin a new fruit-bearing cycle

  • [ ] The Three Weeks: July 3 - 24, 2007; Tisha B'Av: July 24, 2007 • Tammuz 17 - Av 9 Love and Rebirth The 15th of Av is the most mysterious day of the Jewish calendar: our Sages proclaim it one of the two greatest festivals of the year (the other being Yom Kippur!), yet they ordained no special observances or celebrations for it


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    BAYT Hebrew Calendar
    Monthly calendar generated as a web page, including Hebrew dates, Jewish holidays,
    and parsha readings. Also includes C++ source code (open source).

  • [] [] [] Welcome to the BAYT Hebrew (Jewish) Calendar page.This form generates a calendar month with all the corresponding hebrew dates, jewish holidays, parsha readings, omer counts, and candlelighting and havdala times

  • New! The calendar can now do a search for a city, town, or airport code

  • The source code for the program that generates the calendar (C++ and Java), written by the webmaster

  • Information from Instructions and explanations Current month means the current calendar month we are in now

  • Tip : When you generate a calendar using Current month you can add a bookmark (or, if making your own web page, add a link) to the URL listed in the address bar and always have a link to the current month's calendar

  • In this calendar program, the difference mainly lies in whether there is an 'S' or a 'T' for certain letters

  • You will then have the option of selecting a link that will generate a calendar for that location

  • Calendar Limitations The calendar months are gregorian only

  • (Gregorian is name of the current standard calendar that we all use.) Thus, any calendar generated before the time the Gregorian calendar came into use will be inaccurate

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  • For Jews who celebrate Passover for eight days (all Jews living outside of Israel with some denominational exceptions), the Passover holiday in 2007 will conclude at sundown on Tuesday, April 10th, 2007 which in the Jewish/Hebrew calendar is from the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Nissan to the 22nd day of Nissan in the Jewish/Hebrew calendar year of 5767

  • For Jews who celebrate Passover for seven days (most Reform Jews, some Conservative Jews, and Jews living in Israel), the Passover holiday in 2007 will conclude at sundown on Monday, April 9th, 2007 which in the Jewish/Hebrew calendar is from the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Nissan 5767 to the 21st day of Nissan 5767

  • For Jews who celebrate Passover for 8 days - meaning all Jews living outside of Israel (with some denominational exceptions) - the Passover holiday concluded at sundown on Thursday, April 20th, 2006, or in the Jewish/Hebrew calendar, from the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Nissan to the 22nd day of Nissan in the Jewish/Hebrew calendar year of 5766

  • For Jews who celebrate Passover for 7 days - meaning most Reform Jews, some Conservative Jews, and Jews in Israel - the Passover holiday in 2006 concluded at sundown on Wednesday, April 19th, 2006, or in the Jewish/Hebrew calendar, from 15 Nissan 5766 to 21 Nissan 5766

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  • It is bitterly ironic that this holiday, which has its roots in a revolution against assimilation and the suppression of Jewish religion, has become the most assimilated, secular holiday on our calendar

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    Judaism 101: Purim

  • - Esther 9:22 Purim is one of the most joyous and fun holidays on the Jewish calendar

  • Purim will occur on the following days of the Gregorian calendar: Jewish Year 5766 : sunset March 13, 2006 - nightfall March 14, 2006 Jewish Year 5767 : sunset March 3, 2007 - nightfall March 4, 2007 Jewish Year 5768 : sunset March 20, 2008 - nightfall March 21, 2008 Jewish Year 5769 : sunset March 9, 2009 - nightfall March 10, 2009 Jewish Year 5770 : sunset February 27, 2010 - nightfall February 28, 2010 For additional holiday dates, see

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  • Orthodox - New Calendarists Orthodox - Old Calendarists Western Here is a list of Orthodox Easter dates listed in the Julian Calendar or the , 1875-2124

  • Introduction This program calculates: Easter Sunday in both the Western (Catholic, Anglican, and Protestant) Christian, and in the Eastern (Orthodox) Christian traditions; The movable Feasts associated with Easter in the Western and Eastern traditions; Many Feasts in the Catholic calendar, usually celebrations of events in the lives of Jesus or Mary

  • An important note for historians and people using these dates for research: Even though the Gregorian calendar was adopted into use by the Catholic Church and many Catholic areas of Europe in AD 1582 October, many areas did not adopt the Gregorian Calendar, the new method of determining Easter, or both, until later

  • For example, England and its dominions did not accept the Gregorian Calendar or the new method of determining Easter until 1752; thus, Easter in England prior to 1753 was determined using the same algorithm as that of the Orthodox Church

  • 1576) devised the system that would become the basis of the Gregorian Calendar, as well as the tables that would be used to determine the date of Easter

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