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Tuesday, May 30 

Light candles at 7:56pm

Mincha followed by learning, Maariv, Holiday Meal and Tikkun Leil Shavuot. Click here to learn more about Tikkun Leil Shavuos.

Wednesday May 31 - First day of Shavuot

Shacharit: 10:00am

Followed by a dairy Kiddush in honor of the holiday of Shavuot

Ice cream Party at 5:30pm

Mincha and Maariv followed by holiday meal.

Light candles after 9:08pm

Thurday June 1 -  Second day of Shavuot

Shacharit: 10:00am

Yizkor: 11:45am

Followed by Kiddush and holiday meal.

Shavuot ends at 9:09pm

What is Shavuot?

Shavuot, celebrated this year June 11-13, 2016, marks the anniversary of the day when we received the Torah at Mount Sinai. It is the second of the three major festivals (Passover being the first, and Sukkot the third), occurring exactly fifty days after the second day of Passover. The word "Shavuot" means "weeks"; it marks the completion of the seven-week counting period between Passover and Shavuot. During these seven weeks, the Jewish people cleansed themselves of the scars of Egyptian slavery and became a holy nation, ready to enter into an eternal covenant with G‑d with the giving of the Torah.