Celebrate Passover! JewishBoston.com has everything you need to celebrate the holiday.
Passover 2014 begins at sundown on April 14, 2014. Some Jews, particularly Conservative and Orthodox Jews, hold seders on the 14th and 15th, and conclude Passover after eight days, at sundown on April 22. Others, particularly Israeli and Reform Jews, hold one seder on the first night of the holiday and conclude Passover after seven days, at sundown on the 21st.
Find everything you need to prepare for Passover on this page.
I Spy A Seder
Invite kids to play our interactive mobile matching game!
Haggadah Mobile App
Download our brand-new Haggadah.
The Four Cocktails
Shake up your seder with Passover cocktails!
Move over, potatoes! Find new and delicious Passover recipes.
A Night of Questions
Liven your seder with our list of 20 table topics.
Find a Seder
...and other Passover events in the Greater Boston area.
Engage Kids at Your Seder
Seder with kids? Keep them involved with this guide.
Downloadable Activity Pages
Download these six fun and original activity pages for kids.
Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children ages 5-12. Cost at the door are $25 for adults and $15 per child. Reservations close on April 13; seating is limited. Pre-payment is strongly advised. New members signing up at the introductory rate of $95
Cost $18 per adults
Children $8 dollars
Children under 5 are free
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