Shavuot 2014 begins at sundown on June 3. Some Jews, particularly Conservative and Orthodox Jews, celebrate Shavuot for two days; others, particularly Israeli and Reform Jews, celebrate the holiday for one day.
This holiday commemorates the giving of the Torah...and more!
The Book of Ruth
The complete text of the biblical book, read on Shavuot.
Study All Night
Shavuot's customary celebration is an all-nighter. Find one near you.
Find Shavuot Recipes
Get out your Lactaid: Shavuot dishes are traditionally dairy.
7:00PM - 8:30PM
Cost: FREE - Registration is required.
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