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All the Buzz: Kids’ High Holiday Programs on Bees and Honey
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Nothing could be sweeter than teaching about these crucial creatures, decreasing at alarming rates
Communities Draw Together for Tisha B'Av
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Fasting, prayer and hope for Jerusalem and the Holy Temple amid Israel’s war in Gaza
Dairy Dishes Take Center Stage at Shavuot Programs
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It’s a time-bound Jewish custom to eat such foods on the two-day holiday, which begins tonight at sundown
From All-Night Learning to Delectable Dessert, Prepping for Shavuot
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Families to gather in synagogues around the world to hear the Ten Commandments
From Montana to Melbourne, getting ready for the holiday.
Lag BaOmer Brings With It Festivities in Fantastic Form
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In Israel and around the world, a day to honor the wisdom of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai
A Mother’s Long Journey for a Boy’s First Taste of a Seder
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The experience is part of the Belize mother’s return to her Jewish roots, along with her children
Prepping for Passover in Nepal
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Even as Rabbi Chezky and Chani Lifshitz, co-directors of the Chabad House of Katmandu and the Chabad House of Pokhara, awaited a container that included 1 ton of matzah, 2,000 bottles of wine, 3,000 pieces of gefilte fish and other traditional Jewish foods, preparations for Passover had to be made. So volunteers—ranging from backpackers from Israel to rabbinical students from New York and around the world—joyously pitched in to help. (Photos: Chabad of Nepal)
Food Container Arrives in Nepal, Just in Time for Passover
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Volunteers help unload the holiday goods just hours before the start of the first seder
Fire Damages Ottawa Chabad; Passover Plans Go On
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From a hotel, Chabad couple scrambles to get food and programming ready, with help from students
Ad in ‘New York Times’ Welcomes All Jews to ‘Global Seder’
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Chabad offers an open invitation to the Passover table, as per the Rebbe’s directive
All Over the World, Communities Get Ready to Celebrate Passover
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Some will hold seders outside, some will retreat to a lake, but all will retell the story of the Exodus
In Nepal, Piecing Together a Seder, Suitcase by Suitcase
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Although the Israeli ministry strike is over, Chabad of Nepal still doesn’t have their container of Passover supplies
Where to Find Kosher-for-Passover Food Off the Beaten Track
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In more remote areas of the United States, having a rabbi nearby helps
Rabbis Launch Campaign, Share Tips on the Right Time to Start the Seder
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Passover always begins in the evening, but in some places, that’s really late.
With the Basics Down, People Head Up Their Own Seders
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They’ve taken skills they learned at Chabad and brought them to their holiday tables
Netanyahu Gets More Than a Taste of Shmurah Matzah
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Israel’s prime minister visits Kfar Chabad and bakes matzah for the first time
Florida Town Gets Passover Gift: 600 Boxes of Shmurah Matzah
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That’s 10 times the amount in previous years, thanks to a supporter and the efforts of a Chabad couple
Nepal Seders Will Go On, Israeli Strike or No, Says Chabad Emissary
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Rabbi says it won’t be easy, but then again, it never is
Purim: Chock Full of Food, Festivities and Fun for ‘All Ages, All Stages’
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The themes may vary but the message is the same: There are ‘miracles all around us’
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