When are the Jewish holidays in 2108?
It's a little tricky to remember when the Jewish holidays are since the Hebrew calendar does not line up with the secular calendar we use. So here is a handy chart you can reference to remember the major holidays. Each holiday starts and ends at sundown.
The Jewish New Year
Yom Kippur: 9/29/17- 9/30/17
Day of Atonement
Sukkot: 10/4/17- 10/11/17
Feast of the Tabernacles
Simchat Torah: 10/11/17- 10/13/17
A new cycle of Torah readings beginsHanukkah: 12/12/17- 12/20/17
The Festival of Lights
Tu B'shvat: 1/30/18- 1/31/18
The Festival of TreesPurim: 2/28/18-3/1/18
A Super Fun Holiday!
The Exodus from Israel
Israel Independence Day
Shavuot: 5/19/18- 5/21/18
The giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai
Tisha B'av: 7/21/18- 7/22/18
Commemorates the Destruction of the Temples
Jewish Valentine's Day