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When is Purim in 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020?

When is Purim in 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020?

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The holiday of Purim falls on the Hebrew calendar date of Adar 14. Here are the coinciding secular dates for the upcoming years:

Purim 2018 falls out on:   February 28- March 1

2019:   March 20-21

2020:   March 9-10

Note: The Jewish calendar date begins at sundown of the night beforehand. Thus holiday observances begin at sunset of the first secular date listed (with the Purim Night Megillah reading taking place that evening), and the holiday concludes at nightfall the following day.


See also:

When is Yom Kippur in 2018, 2019 and 2020?
When is Sukkot in 2018, 2019 and 2020?
When is Shemini Atzeret / Simchat Torah in 2018, 2019 and 2020?
When is Chanukah in 2018, 2019 and 2020?
When is Purim in 2018, 2019 and 2020?
When is Passover in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020?
When is Shavuot in 2018, 2019 and 2020?
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Chabad.org Staff via mychabad.org March 12, 2015

To Anonymous Yes, funerals are permitted on Purim.
You should share good news. Reply

Anonymous Florida March 5, 2015

Are funerals permitted on Purim? Reply

Randy March 3, 2015

Purim And Netanyahu is giving his speech to congress? Interesting? Reply

Debbie March 1, 2015

Does anyone realize that P.M. Netanyahu is coming to the U.S. to plea for his people against Iran (the evil Haman) on the week of Purim? Is that God or what?

It's not what!!!!! Reply

Summer CT September 6, 2014

I'll be Miranda sings for Purim.
BTW Esther's real name is Hadasah Reply

Anonymous Canada February 22, 2013

PURIM We need more Queen Esthers today. How righteous and inspiring the women of the
past were.

HAPPY PURIM! Reply

Mrs. Chana Benjaminson via mychabad.org January 23, 2013

Re 2013 Purim In 2013 we read the megillah Saturday evening, February 23, and Sunday night, February 24. Check out this link for a handy printable guide Reply

Anonymous SUFFERN January 23, 2013

What night do we read the megilla, this year in America Reply

Tim USA December 15, 2012

For such a time as this Praise God for Esther, and her courage saved the Jewish people from that wicked Haman. God can use anyone to do his will and see that the Messiah would come as promised. Satan has been trying to hinder the plan of God, but through his providence God had this great woman of God in the kingdom for such a time as this. May we be like her today, and see that Israel is saved from all of their enemies. Reply

Hoekom Jy My Haat Wash., DC, USA March 7, 2012

Esther Let us not forget that since the time of Esther, the Persians have been trying to kill the Jews. And what do we call the Persians today... the Iranians. May G-d preserve us all. Reply

Gerzon Flamenco Cudahy, California March 3, 2012

Purim To all the Jews, may G-d cause his face to shine on you and make you fruitful. Have a happy and blessed Purim. Reply

Irene Abancay, Peru February 13, 2012

Purim We will be celebrating Purim with my Bible students in Peru. It is awesome to remember G_d's protection for His people. He is still the same yesterday, today and forever. Shalom!!! Reply

Christopher Little Morrinsville, New Zealand May 3, 2011

Jewish feasts and festivals I am a Christian but I find that celebrating the Jewish festivals really enriches my own faith. Well done Israel, and shalom Reply

Anonymous newcastle, Australia February 27, 2010

Purim today more than ever with our enemies alive and we alive we have to celebrate with all our strengh and heart the salvations of g-d. Reply

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