CALENDAR OF UPCOMING EVENTS

Please mark your calendars to remind you of these upcoming events.

  • Sunday, 11/03/2013: Daylight Savings Time ends.
  • Wednesday, 11/27/2013—Thursday, 12/05/2013: Chanukkah.
  • Wednesday evening, 11/27/2013, 5:30 P.M.: Erev Channukkah. Lighting the first candle of the Diane Kaplan Memorial Chanukkiah at the Civic Center. If you come at 5:30.30, you’ll probably miss it, especially if it is cold. We will light each successive candle on each successive night of Chanukkah at precisely 5:30 P.M.
  • Thursday, 11/28/2013: Thanksgiving.
  • Sunday, 12/01/2013, 2:30 P.M.: Thanksgivukkah party at the home of Stuart and Hilary Lewin, concluding with the 5:30 lighting of the fifth candle of the Diane Kaplan Memorial Channukiah at the Civic Center.
  • Friday, 12/27/2013–Sunday, 12/29/2013: The week end of the Bar Mitzvah of Max Weissman, to be celebrated on 12/28/2013.
  • Sunday, 03/09/2014: Daylight Savings Time Begins.
  • Sunday, 03/16/2014: Purim.
  • Friday, 03/28/2014: Week end with Student Rabbi Bess Wohlner.
  • Monday, 04/14/2013—Tuesday, 04/22/2013: Passover.
  • Tuesday, 04/15/2014: Aitz Chaim Community Passover Seder, Second Night of Passover, place and time TBA.
  • Sunday, 05/18/2014: Lag B/omer (bonfire)
  • Tuesday, 06/03/2014: Erev Shavuot.
  • Wednesday, 06/03/2014—Thursday, 06/05/2014: Shavuot (reading the book of Ruth)
  • Early or late Summer, 2014: MAJCO Shabbaton, hosted by Aitz Chaim, place and time TBA.
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Posted on October 13, 2013, in 2013, Events, MAJCO, Planning, Ram's Horn. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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