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Rosh Hashanah (Judaism)

Rosh HaShanah (ראש השנה) is a Jewish holiday celebrating the Jewish New Year. Rosh HaShanah translates in Hebrew to “head of the year” and is a joyous celebration with high holiday services, sounding of the shofar, feasts, and apples dipped in honey to signify a sweet new year! This year, the holiday begins at sundown on the 25th and ends at sundown on the 27th

Sunday, September 25 - Tuesday, September 27