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Yom Shlishi, 30 Av 5777
NOTE: Each holiday begins and ends at sundown on the days listed.
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SECULAR YEAR

Sept 2013–
Sept 2014
Sept 2014–
Sept 2015
S'LICHOT SERVICESat
AUG 31
Sat
SEP 20
ROSH HASHANAHWed-Fri
SEP 4-6
Wed–Fri
SEP 24-26
YOM KIPPURFri-Sat
SEP 13-14
Fri–Sat
OCT 3-4
SUKKOTWed-Wed
SEP 18-25
Wed–Wed
OCT 8-15
ATZERET -
SIMCHAT TORAH
Wed-Thurs
SEP 25-26
Wed–Thurs
OCT 16-17
CHANUKAHWed–Thurs
NOV 27-DEC 5

Tues-Wed
DEC 16-24

TU BISH'VATWed–Thurs
JAN 15-16
Tues-Wed
FEB 3-4
PURIMSat–Sun
MAR 15-16
Wed-Thurs
MAR 4-5
PESACHMon–Mon
APR 14-21
Fri-Fri
APR 3-10
YOM HASHOAHSat–Sun
APR 26-27
Wed-Thurs
APR 15-16
YOM HAZIKARONSun-Mon
MAY 4-5
Tues-Wed
APR 21-22
YOM HAATZMA-UTMon-Tues
MAY 5-6
Wed-Thurs
APR 22-23
LAG BA'OMERSat–Sun
MAY 17-18
Wed-Thurs
MAY 6-7
SHAVUOTSat-Sun
JUN 3-4
Sat-Sun
MAY 23-24
TISHAH B'AVTues-Wed
AUG 5-6
Sat-Sun
JUL 25-26

*Tishah B'av: A Brief History

in Jewish Holidays
Tishah B'Av means "Ninth of Av" and refers to a Jewish day of fasting and mourning.Excerpted from The Jewish Home by Daniel B. Syme. URJ PressTraditionally Tishah B'Av is the darkest of all days, a time set aside for mourning the destruction of both ancient…

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