Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah Resource List

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Happy New Year, Beni - Zalben, Jane A Rosh Hashanah Walk - Levin, Carol If Not Higher - Lifshitz, Devora Together: A Child Parent Kit: Happy New...

Old Traditions For A New Year

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On the first day of Rosh Hashanah, it’s not uncommon to see Jews tossing little bits of paper into lakes or rivers. These scraps...

A Look At Tishrei

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It can be challenging to remember when Rosh Hashanah occurs on the Gregorian calendar. Usually, it’s in early September, but sometimes the holiday begins...

Rosh Hashanah Family Activities

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Make A Round Challah Cover Make a special round challah cover with your children. What you need: A dark piece of tissue paper a ten-inch round doily colorful wrapping...

A Honey Of A Day

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You’ve cleaned the house, prepared the food, bought a new outfit for the holiday. Synagogue or temple services and a delicious meal (maybe…chicken?) are...

Colorful Cards Mark Holiday Seasons Past And Present

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“L’shanah tovah,” literally, “To a good new year,” is the greeting extended throughout the Jewish world on Rosh Hashanah. The greeting, a tradition as old...

Cherished Favorite Recipes For Rosh Hashanah

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Ilene Spector Special to the Jewish Times Rosh Hashanah is a great time to share many of the family recipes I’ve been swapping throughout the...