There are many ways to celebrate Rosh Hashanah this year, however, some of the themes of the season may be abstract to younger children. So with this many parents are searching for ways to involve their kids in their observance. Some of the activities should be fun, creative, and leave long-lasting family memories.
Rosh Hashanah, otherwise referred to as the “Head of the Year” is the Jewish New Year celebrated for two days starting on September 9th. These days coincide with the birthday of the universe, and correlates with the day G-d created Adam and Eve. It is one of the most celebratory days in Jewish culture, but it is also one of the holiest days of the year. Read More
Do you know the right foods for Jewish holidays? Food is extremely important in Jewish culture and it must be incredibly precise and maintained to be in accordance with kosher standards. Food is not only important in Jewish culture simply because of the tastes, the preparation standards, or the variety. Read More