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Celebrate Passover! JewishBoston.com has everything you need to celebrate the holiday.

Passover 2015 begins at sundown on April 3, 2015. Some Jews, particularly Conservative and Orthodox Jews, hold seders on the 3rd and 4th, and conclude Passover after eight days, at sundown on April 11. 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 10th.

Find everything you need to prepare for Passover on this page.

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Thu
Apr
24
Vilna Shul, Boston's Center for Jewish Culture
7:00PM - 9:00PM

A Bissel Schlissel Challah Baking Workshop

Vilna Shul, Boston's Center for Jewish Culture
Boston, MA
Cost: $18.00 - Registration is required.
Cost $18 per adults
Children $8 dollars
Children under 5 are free
Get set to explore an oft-forgotten Ashkenazic custom – creating key-shaped Challah – with this family-friendly workshop! Hear the story of this Post-Passover tradition and learn just how to make... Read More
Sun
Mar
22
AJC Boston
5:30PM - 9:00PM

AJC Boston 16th Annual Diplomats Seder

AJC Boston
Boston, MA
Cost: Unknown - Registration is not available yet.
Thank you for your interest in the AJC Boston 16th Annual Diplomats Seder. Each year, this inspiring, moving, and immensely substantive event attracts people from across our community. In fact, last... Read More
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A Post-Passover Wish for the Freedom of Camp

A Post-Passover Wish for the Freedom of Camp

And when the plagues of winter coats, double socks, muddy spring sports, homework, recitals, practices, tutoring, and the whiney little sister and the bossy big... Read More
Posted in: Kids & Parenting
A Holiday of Questions—Ask Yours!

A Holiday of Questions—Ask Yours!

From Questions to Answers, From Egypt to Sinai By David Fisher Passover is a holiday of questions. Who are the heroes of the story? What does... Read More
Muse & Schmooze: Bring Back the Bread with Mimouna

Muse & Schmooze: Bring Back the Bread with Mimouna

Before the New Center for Arts & Culture held its first Mimouna celebration in Boston five years ago, most Bostonians had never heard this slightly... Read More
Posted in: Food
Ready for Passover

Ready for Passover

Originally published in the Jewish Journal How does New England’s largest kosher food pantry prepare for Passover? One of the busiest times of year in... Read More
Posted in: Community News
A Tale of Two Seders

A Tale of Two Seders

Passover, a holiday in which Jews are called upon to personally experience a transition from slavery to freedom, is celebrated with a festive meal, the... Read More
Posted in: Kids & Parenting
Jeremy Burton

Navigating Passover and the Marathon Bombing Anniversary

This Tuesday, April 15th, Vice President Biden will be in Boston as he joins Governor Patrick and Mayor Walsh to honor and commemorate the first... Read More
Posted in: Personal Stories
This year’s Boston Marathon, and the anniversary of last year’s bombing, is during Passover—how do we feel about that?

This year’s Boston Marathon, and the anniversary of last year’s bombing, is during Passover—how do we feel about that?

This year’s Boston Marathon, and the anniversary of last year’s bombing, is during Passover—how do we feel about that? By Rabbi Matthew Soffer Passover is... Read More
In Consideration of “Going Rogue” this Passover

In Consideration of “Going Rogue” this Passover

By Michelle Cove It’s time. This is when we dig through the family recipe box, or “Google,” to find the perfect charoset recipe, hunt down a more... Read More
Posted in: Kids & Parenting
Carp: Better Seen Than Eaten?

Carp: Better Seen Than Eaten?

Sorry, everyone. I hate gefilte fish. While I respect those who eat it, and read with more than casual interest the piece in the Globe... Read More
Posted in: Food
Muse & Schmooze: Watching the Passover Story

Muse & Schmooze: Watching the Passover Story

Passover 2014 hits homes this Monday, and aside from seders and matzah, movies are a great way to get in the holiday spirit. If you... Read More
Posted in: Arts & Culture
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