Calendar 2015

Take the following days OFF in 2017

Shabat:
Every Saturday

Biblical New Year (1st day of Aviv):
Celebration – 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 28th (no day off required, but suggested)

Pesakh/Matzot:
Tuesday, April 11
Tuesday, April 18

Pesakh Sheni:
(Take these days off only if you miss the 1st Pesakh)
Thursday, May 11
Thursday, May 18

Shavuot:
Wednesday, May 31

T’ruah:
Thursday, Sept. 21st

Yom Kipurim:
Saturday, Sept. 30th

Sukot:
Thursday Oct. 5th
Friday Oct. 6th
Saturday Oct. 7th
Sunday Oct. 8th
Monday Oct. 9th
Tuesday Oct. 10th
Wednesday Oct. 11th
Thursday Oct. 12th

Khanukah:

* Begins at sundown on Tuesday, December 12th and last until sundown Wednesday, December 20th

Note: Khanukah is NOT a Biblically mandated holiday. If you have small children whom you feel cannot understand why Christians receive gifts; move your Khanukah celebration so that it coincides with Christmas. Your children will receive gifts for eight days, while their Christian friends will only receive gifts on one or two.