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Planning Passover Classes 2009

After Purim, many Jewish families begin to get ready for Passover. Our program providers don’t want you to go it alone and are putting together excellent pre-Passover classes. We have everything to wine tasting to toddler events to Interfaith seders. They look like a lot of fun, plus they’re educational so we hope you enjoy!

These events are from some of the organizations in our online directory . If you are a Jewish professional or lay leader and would like to list your events (especially your upcoming sedarim) with InterfaithFamily.com, please contact Robin Schwartz, Network Director at robins@InterfaithFamily.com.

In our next issue we will have a seder directory, but if you can’t wait, please check out our April calendar. Passover begins at sundown on April 8th.

 

March 18: How to set your table in style, JCC of Greater Washington, Rockville, Md.

 

March 19: Create a Family-Friendly Seder, Jewish Family Network , Framingham, Mass.

 

March 19: Passover Workshop for Interfaith Families, Jewish Family & Children's Service of Greater Boston, Waltham, Mass.

 

March 22: Women's Seder, Temple Beth Israel, Skokie, Ill.

 

March 22: Why is this night different?, Leventhal-Sidman JCC, Newton, Mass.

 

March 22: Passover 101 Workshop, Marcus JCC , Dunwoody, Ga.

 

March 22: Beyond "When Do We Eat?!", Building Our Jewish Home, Barnes and Noble in Mohegan Lake, N.Y.

 

March 22: Getting Ready For Passover, Jewish Family Service, Seattle, Wash.

 

March 24: Feminist Seder, Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford, Conn.

 

March 24: Passover Painting, Stepping Stones, Aurora, Colo.

 

March 25: Kosher for Passover Wine Tasting, JCC of Greater Washington, Rockville, Md.

 

March 28: Interfaith Seder: A Journey to Freedom, CLAL at Kripalu , Stockbridge, Mass.

 

March 29: Seder Made Simple, Jewish Gateways, El Cerrito, Calif.

 

March 29: Why Is This Night Different?, GBJCC at the Danforth Museum, Framingham, Mass.

 

March 29: A Passover Play Day, Marcus JCC , Dunwoody, Ga.

 

March 29: Passover Seder Prep with a Rabbi and Chef., Congregation Emanu-El , San Francisco, Calif.

 

March 29: Passover 101, Stepping Stones , Denver, Colo.

 

March 30: Passover Wine Tasting, Washington DC JCC , Washington, DC.

 

March 30: Passover Wine Tasting, Washington DC JCC , Washington, DC.

 

March 31: Interfaith Seder, Chicago Sinai Congregation , Chicago, Ill.

 

March 30: Hooray for Passover! , The Rashi School , Newton, Mass.

 

April 1: Charoset Around the World, JCC of Greater Washington, Rockville, Md.

 

April 4: Passover Celebration for Young Children, Jewish Gateways, El Cerrito, Calif.

 

April 4: Tot Shabbat and Passover Seder, Temple Etz Chaim, Franklin, Mass.

 

April 5: How to Passover workshop, JCC of Kansas City, Overland Park, Kan.

 

April 5: Matzah to Macaroons! Portland Jewish Academy, Portland, Ore.

 

April 5: Interfaith Family Seder/Passover Activities, Stepping Stones at Congregation Emanuel, Denver, Colo.

The spring holiday commemorating the Exodus of the Jews from slavery in Egypt. The Hebrew name is "Pesach." Hebrew for "lots," referring to the lots cast by Haman, the story's antagonist, to determine the date on which to kill the Jewish people. It's a spring holiday commemorating the Jewish people's triumph. The story is told through the biblical Book of Esther; the namesake heroine, a Jewish woman, marries the Persian king. Their interfaith relationship is central to the story.
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