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Aharon's Jewish Books and Judaica
600 South Holly Street Suite 103
Denver, Colorado 80246
303-322-7345
800-830-8660

Below is a list of all major holiday dates for the next five years. All holidays begin at sundown on the date before the date specified here.

Holidays/ Year

5772

       
Rosh HaShanah 9/29/2011        
Yom Kippur 10/8/2011        
Sukkot 10/13/2011        
Shemini Atzeret 10/20/2011         
Simchat Torah 10/21/2011         
Chanukah 12/21/2011         
Tu B'Shevat   2/8/2012        
Purim 3/8/2012         
Pesach (Passover)   4/7/2012        
Lag B'Omer 5/10/2012         
Shavu'ot 5/27/2012         
Tisha B'Av 7/28/2012         
Shabbat          
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Challah or hallah is a traditional Jewish bread eaten on Shabbat and Jewish holidays (except Passover, when leavened bread is not allowed). This association with Judaism is most prevalent in the United States, as challah is also a traditional bread in numerous European countries, such as Hungary, among local non-Jewish peasant populations.

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On Shabbat every Jew is commanded to eat three meals (one on Friday night and two on Saturday). In Judaism, a "meal" includes bread. Hence, Jews will traditionally eat challah at the beginning of their Shabbat meal. As with any other type of bread, the blessing "Baruch atah Adonai, eloheinu melech ha'olam, hamotzi lechem min ha'aretz" is recited before the challah is eaten. Translated, it means "Blessed are you, Lord, our God, king of the universe, who brings forth bread from the earth."

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