Passover begins at sundown from Friday, April 3 through Saturday, April 11. Are you looking for new ideas for leading your Seder? Are you looking to refresh your collection of Passover recipes? Are you looking for children’s books on the Passover holiday? Look no further. Take a look at the following resources.
The WSJD Board of Directors and Kelby Brick, WSJD’s Director of Jewish Life and Learning wish you and yours a happy, healthy and a meaningful Passover holiday.
SEDER AND PESACH RESOURCES
Passover: a joyous expression (A flip book by the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington) http://issuu.com/shalomdc/docs/passoverbookletfinal_02/1?e=11286851%2F7151905
My Jewish Learning: Passover
Passover (Jewish Inspiration. Sustainable Communities)
How to Stay Healthy During Passover
(Washington Jewish Week, March 18, 2015)
Back to Jewish Holidays: Passover
(Washington Jewish Week, March 4, 2015)
PASSOVER STORIES IN ASL
Channel 613 News: Passover Basics (Jewish Deaf Multimedia)
A Passover Message (Jewish Deaf Multimedia)
ARTICLES OF INTEREST
Justice Ginsburg has released a new feminist take on the Passover narrative (Washington Post, March 18, 2015)
The Latest in Haggadot
(Washington Jewish Week, March 26, 2014)
Passover Seders move to nights that work for busy lives
(The Washington Post, April 13, 2014) Tinyurl: http://tinyurl.com/oecrv7f
Check your local library branch for its collection of books on Passover that you can check out on your library card.
PJLibrary: Jewish Books on Passover