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JEWISH CALENDAR 2020 - 2021

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FROM OUR FAMILY TO YOURS... WE WISH YOU A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR! We extend heartfelt Shana Tova wishes to the entire community on behalf of our dear friends and supporters:

Allan and Leslie Abosh and Family Vanesa and Emilio Allami

Son Brandon Blank. Bonnie Blank, Sherri-Ricki and Martin Erlichman

Sergio David Cohen, Patricia Temkin, Alberto, Deborah, Benjamin and Gabriel Cohen

Rabbi Avrohom and Brocha Altein and Family

The Boroditsky Family

Rabbi Mendel and Dvora Altein and Family

Dr. Carey and Harriet Boroditsky and Family

David Deutscher and Heather Leonoff and Family

Rabbi Shmuly and Adina Altein and Family

Hannah Brass in Loving Memory of Freda and Issie Brass

Anonymous

Ellery and Libby Broder, Jonathan, Aron, Ethan and Seth

Marianne Dordick and Family

Morris Broder and Leona Buchszreiber and Avichai, Michelle, Karan, Gabriella and Ameya

Claudia and David Dubovsky

Avraham Amihude and Family Abe and Barbara Anhang and Family Bonnie Ash and Family. Rabbi Menachem and Alissa Oppen and Shlomo, Bracha and Yehudis; Moshe Shimon,Tirtza, David Open (Israel); Shlomo and Zahava Oppen (Israel)

Miriam and David Diamond Ariela and Merv Drabinsky

Dina Frankel, Gail, Ron and Marlee Cantor

Duchman Family - Los Angeles California

Earl Ashkin

Harold and Elaine Charlat and Family

Eleazar (Luciano) and Betina Malewicz, beracha and hatzlacha for Shimon, Aby, and Ilanit

Dr. Michael and Jenifer Chernick, Shoshana, Aharon, Shayna Chaya and Chana Atara

Joel and Sharron Dudeck and Family, in loving memory of Jim and Lil Simkin, Morris and Sarah Dudeck

Earl and Cheryl Barish and Family

Claudia and Gerardo Chernitsky

Daniel and Rena Elbaze and Family

Karla Berbrayer and Allen Kraut and Family

Shanah Tova from the Chochinovs

Michael and Nella Eskin and Family

Abe and Toni Berenhaut and Family

The Choresh Family

Joey Berman and Family

Harvey and Nessie Cogan and Family

Sharon Bronstone, Jay and Linda Filbert and Braidin

Sheldon and Irene Blank, Daughter Callie and

Allan, Shawna, Lindsay and Joshua Cogan

Solomon and Rachel Fink and Family


Isser Held and Family

Galya, and Gilon

Hector, Viviana and Ariel Finkelstein

Morris Henoch, Children and Grandchildren

The Lefkovitz Family

Larry, Akiva, Aidan and Tal Fishman and Michele Feierstein wish all their friends and Family Shana Tova

The Herscovitch Family

Sid and Sharon Lerner, Shira, Aliza and Max Roman and Marina, Priel and Nataniel Lisak

Wil and Doreen Fleisher, Zach and Ben

On Rosh Hashanah it is written‌ On Yom Kippur it is sealed. Have a Happy, Healthy New Year! The Hudobin Family.

Regine Frankel

Daniel and Jenny Ischakov and Family

Diego, Malissa and Ben Fridson

Myron, Symma, and Elena Love

Ivanytskyy Family

Marsha, Shira and Hadara Friedman

Pauline Luffman and Family

Noah and Toviya Ben Yaacov

Sarah Friedman and Family

Victor and Sara Wonnacott and Enid Lyons

Morley and Bev Jacobs, Stephanie, Darwin, Morrison, Jen, Jonah, Elle, Adli, Mazie

Wishing all a sweet New Year! Joanne Seiff and Jeff, Leo, and Sammy Marcus

Howard Jesierski and Sharon Maltz, Matthew, Ryan and Michael

Mazor Family

Heather Pullan, Tom Frohlinger, Alexandra, Joey and Becky Ron, Daniel and Noah Gall Smith Family Arnold and Paula Gassel Benjamin and Rachel Gerstein and Jonathon (JJ) Yale and Laurie Gilbert and Family

Elaine and Bernie Lofchick, Children, Grandchildren, and Great Grandaughters

Florie Mendelson, Debbie , Michael and Sarah In honour and merit of our parents, sisters, and and Family children - From Jonathan and Chaya Kahanovitch Shosh and Sheldon Minuk The Kaufman Family Gary and Cheryl Minuk and Family Shana Tova from the Kazakevitch Family! Rachael and Daniel Minuk and children

Martin, Rhonda, Patti, Mark, Shayna and Rebbeca Philippa, Rodney, Reuben and Ethan Kellen Glazer Jeffrey and Joyce Kerr, Lindsay and Josh

Reiley, Finn and Luxton

Capt. (Rabbi Dr.) Noteh and Chaya Glogauer and Allan and Penny Kiesler and Adam Kiesler Family Edith Kimelman and Family Shimon Goldberg Paul and DD Kowall and Family

Jerry and Gloria Moscovitch and Children, David, Susan, Gustavo, Dan, Melanie and Grandchildren Darrel , Taylor, Ezri, Leila, Oscar David and Michelle.

Yosel Minuk and Family

Kopel and Ariella Golberg and Family

Audrey and Daniel Kravetsky and Family

Henry and Anna Gail Goldfeld, Alexandra, Marlee and Ariella

Barb’ra and Rocky Kravetsky

Ruth, Heather and Susan Muscovitch and families

Hillel and Sharon Kravetsky and Family

Lawrence and Beverly Niederhoffer

Greenshtein Family

Steven and Erin Kremer, Sarah, Lauren and Abram, Rebecca and Zachary Harisson

Shana Tova from the Nisanov Family

Vivian Gutstadt, Julie and Romi

Alejandro, Julie and Benjamin Krozkin

Craig and Cindy Pasternak, Riley, Dawson and Benjamin

Dr. Norman Hechtenthal

Ahava Halpern and Frank Lavitt

David Peretz and Lindsay Peretz

Rabbi Boruch and Chana Heidingsfeld and Family

Sylvia Lavitt

Michael and Marilyn Perl and Family Aaron, Julie, Miryam and Aryeh Pfeffer

Bev and Brian Greenberg and Family

Matthew and Nola Lazar, Ezra and Sonia, Yona,


The Podheiser Family Dr. Debbie Pollock and Benny, Lynn Pollock in loving memory of Mischa Pollock and Rose and Phillip Bell Shayla Fink and Kinsey Posen and Family Louise and Lorne Raber, Lindsay Raber Adams and Brian Adams Chaim and Valerie Raber and Family Tamara Rabkin Ronald and Jane, Tiffany Reider and Lucas Baird Karen Richter and Family Louis and Judy Rodkin would like to wish their Family and friends a happy, healthy and sweet New Year! Ruthie Rubin, Lainey, Marni, Hilary, Iris, and Amelia

Naama and Joel Samphir and Family Anonymous Leonard Schwartz and Family Marvin and Emily Shane and Family Shindico and the Shindleman Family Alon Shkolnik-Atkin and Olga Gerner wishing Happy New Year to Am Yisrael!

Avery and Nata Spigelman, Adam, David and Jenny, Devorah, and Joshua, Connor and Logan Marshall Stitz and Mia Elfenbaum, Dena, Liat and Gilad Lorne and Orna Stoller, Avichai and Adam Lynne and Henry Trachtenberg and Family Anne and Kerry Trotman and Family

Norman and Heather Silver and Family

Wajnsztejn Family

Nadine Silverman, Daniel Schwartzberg, Aviva and Ari Davis, Sequoia Bendah

Leslie, David and Diane Wilder and Family

Sam and Veronica Simcoff and Family

Jack Wolk, Geoffry and Melissa

Shira Cohen and Stu Slayen, and Family

Mae Zipursky and Family, in loving memory of Sid Zipursky

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Traditional Challah 1 tsp. sugar 1/2 cup warm water 1 pkg. yeast 1/2 cup oil 1/2 cup warm water 1/4 cup sugar

2 tsp. salt 2 eggs 3 1/2 to 4 cups flour poppy or sesame seeds 1 egg beaten with 1 tsp. water

Dissolve sugar in 1/2 cup warm water in a large mixing bowl which has first been rinsed with hot water. Sprinkle yeast on top and let stand for 10 minutes. Stir to dissolve. Combine with oil, warm water, sugar, salt, eggs and half of the flour. Beat well. Stir in remaining flour. Dough should be sticky. Cover dough and let rest for 10 minutes. Turn out onto a floured board and knead for 10 minutes, adding flour as needed. Round up in a greased bowl. Cover and let rise in a warm place until double in bulk, about 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Punch down, cover and let rise again until double, about 45 minutes. Divide dough into 3 equal parts. (If you want to make 2 smaller challahs, first divide dough in half, then divide each half into 3 equal parts.) Shape into strands. Place on a lightly greased baking sheet and braid loosely. Fasten ends securely. Cover with a damp cloth and let rise until double. Brush with beaten egg yolk and sprinkle with seeds. Bake at 400°F for 30 minutes, until golden brown. (If making 2 smaller challahs, baking time will be about 25 minutes.)

2 Tomato Sauce Gefilte Fish 1 loaf (frozen) Gefilte Fish 1 Onion 1 Can tomato sauce Salt Garlic powder Black pepper

Saute onion and put over roll of unwrapped gefilte fish. Cover with tomato sauce, salt, pepper, garlic to taste and bake according to package instructions.

3 Homemade Chummus 1 (15 oz) can small white beans or cannellini beans, drained and rinsed 1 (15 oz can of chickpeas, drained and rinsed 3 cloves fresh garlic 1/2 cup tahini (sesame paste) Juice of 2 lemons 1.5 T soy sauce

1.5 t salt 1.5 t ground cumin 1/2 t cayenne pepper (if you like it spicy) 1/8 t ground white pepper 1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil 1/4 cup cold water or more as needed.

Put all ingredients except oil and water in food processor fitted with S blade and proces for 1 minute. Drizzle the oil and water and process again. Add more water as needed to thin chummus to desired consistency.


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5 Pineapple Lokshin Kugel

Black Olive Dip 2 cans black olives 4 t olive oil 2 t red wine vinegar 2 t dried oregano 2 t crushed garlic 1 t red pepper flakes Salt

Combine all ingredients together in food processor.

1 to 2 parsnips 1 onion 1 Tbsp. Salt Âź tsp. Pepper 1 zucchini

Clean chicken and remove excess fat. Fill an 8-quart pot with the 12 cups of water. Bring to a boil. Place chicken and vegetables in pot. Add salt and pepper. Simmer covered for about 2 hours. (the more simmering the thicker and tastier it'll get, but save some for Shabbat dinner). Matza Balls: 2 eggs slightly beaten 2 tablespoons oil or chicken fat

1 cup raisins (optional) 3/4 cup sugar 1/4 t cinnamon 1/2 t salt

Preheat oven to 400, cook and drain noodles. Combine all other ingredients in a large mixing bowl, mix together well. Pour mixture into a greased 9x13 pan, sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. Bake for 45 minutes uncovered until crisp on top.

6 Chicken soup / Matza balls: Chicken Soup: 1 - 3 to 5 pound chicken, quartered 12 cups of water 3 carrots 1 stalk celery

1 Pkg 12 oz wide egg noodles 6 eggs 1/2 oil 1 can crushed pineapple

2 tablespoons soup stock or water 1/2 cup matzah meal 1 teaspoon salt

Beat eggs slightly with fork. Add other ingredients, except matzah meal, and mix. Add matzah meal gradually until thick. Stir. Refrigerate for 20 minutes in covered bowl. Wet hands and form into balls. Drop into bubbling chicken soup or into a large wide pot into which 1 quart water seasoned with 1 tablespoon salt has been added and has come to a boil. Cook for 30 minutes.

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Apple Kugel 4 Eggs 1 cup flour 2 t cinnamon 1/2 cup oil 1 cup sugar 1 t baking powder

6 apples, sliced Combine first 6 ingredients. Fold in apples. Bake in pan uncovered at 350 for 45-50 minutes.


SEPTEMBER ELUL 5780–TISHREI 5781 THE SHOFAR The Torah calls Rosh Hashanah the “day of the shofar blast.” The central mitzvah of Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year) is to hear the shofar being blown— ideally as part of the prayer service in the synagogue. There are many explanations as to why we blow the shofar on Rosh Hashanah. Perhaps the most important of them is that we use it as a trumpet to crown G-d as the King over the entire universe. COMMUNITY-WIDE CJA CAMPAIGN LAUNCH A F E D E R AT I O N C E L E B R AT I O N

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SEPTEMBER 2020 SUNDAY

ELUL 5780 - TISHREI 5781

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TUESDAY

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WEDNESDAY 12 Elul

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THURSDAY 13 Elul

FRIDAY

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14 Elul

SATURDAY

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15 Elul

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16 Elul

Avot 3 & 4 Ki Tavo

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17 Elul

Yahrzeit of Edward Greenberg

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18 Elul

Chai Elul

Labour Day

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24 Elul

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19 Elul

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20 Elul

2 Tishrei

Rosh Hashanah

21 Elul

Yahrzeit of Adam Anhang

25 Elul

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26 Elul

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27 Elul

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28 Elul

Yahrzeit of David Abosh

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3 Tishrei

Fast of Gedalia

22

4 Tishrei

11

22 Elul

Candle Lighting: 7:31 PM

Yahrzeit of Dr. Moses Kahanovitch

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10

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5 Tishrei

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29 Elul

Rosh Hashanah Eve

Shabbat Ends: 8:42 PM

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23 Elul

Selichot Tonight Avot 5 & 6 Nitzavim - Vayelech

Yahrzeit of Ian Dordick

Shabbat Ends: 8:26 PM

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1 Tishrei

Rosh Hashanah

Yahrzeit of Irving Bricker

Tashlich Yahrzeit of Yaakov Shilkowsky

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Candle Lighting: 7:16 PM

6 Tishrei

Yahrzeit of Edith Minuk

7 Tishrei

Candle Lighting: after 8:11 PM

8 Tishrei

Shabbat Shuva

Molad: Thursday, 9/17 at 2:38 (17 chalakim) PM

Ha'azinu

Yahrzeit of Fred Kravetsky

Yom Tov Ends: 8:09 PM

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9 Tishrei

Yom Kippur Eve

Yahrzeit of Carol Kuropatwa

Fast: 5:36 AM - 8:02 PM

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10 Tishrei

Yom Kippur Yizkor

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11 Tishrei

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12 Tishrei

Yahrzeit of Phil Rubin

Candle Lighting: 7:01 PM

Yahrzeit of Frank Kaufman

Shabbat Ends: 7:56 PM

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OCTOBER TISHREI - CHESHVAN SUKKOT The Festival of Sukkot is observed through the performance of three mitzvot: Sukkah: For the duration of the holiday it is a mitzvah to eat in a Sukkah, a temporary hut covered by loose tree branches. Lulav & Etrog: Each day of the festival (except Shabbat) we take the “four species� and shake them together. Joy: The overarching mitzvah of Sukkot is joy. When our Holy Temple stood in Jerusalem, men and women, young and old would join in music, dancing and juggling for all seven days of the festival!

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OCTOBER 2020 SUNDAY

TISHREI - CHESHVAN 5781

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY Join us for the celebration of the year!

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16 Tishrei Sukkot

Yahrzeit of Bernie Goldstein Yahrzeit of Sonia Schnitzer

Yom Tov Ends: 7:38 PM

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23 Tishrei

Simchat Torah

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FRIDAY 13 Tishrei

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SATURDAY 14 Tishrei

Sukkot Eve

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15 Tishrei Sukkot

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17 Tishrei

Sukkot 1st Intermediate Day

6

18 Tishrei

Sukkot 2nd Intermediate Day

Yahrzeit of Zainvil (Sigmundo) Gutstadt

12

24 Tishrei

7

Candle Lighting: 6:46 PM

19 Tishrei

Sukkot 3rd Intermediate Day

8

20 Tishrei

Sukkot 4th Intermediate Day

Yahrzeit of Clara Steadman

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25 Tishrei

14

26 Tishrei

9

21 Tishrei

Sukkot Hoshana Rabbah

Candle Lighting: 6:31 PM

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27 Tishrei

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28 Tishrei

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22 Tishrei

Shemini Atzeret Yizkor

Join Chabad tonight for the happiest Hakafot in town!

Candle Lighting: after 7:26 PM

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29 Tishrei

Blessing of the New Month

Bereishit

Yom Tov Ends: 7:23 PM

18

30 Tishrei

Rosh Chodesh

Thanksgiving Day

Yahrzeit of Corinne Greenberg

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1 Cheshvan

Rosh Chodesh

2 Cheshvan

Candle Lighting: 6:16 PM

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3 Cheshvan

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4 Cheshvan

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5 Cheshvan

Shabbat Ends: 7:12 PM

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6 Cheshvan Noach

Yahrzeit of Edith (Claman) Raber

Molad: Shabbat, 10/17 at 3:23 AM

Yahrzeit of Narvey Hollenberg

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7 Cheshvan

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8 Cheshvan

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9 Cheshvan

Candle Lighting: 6:03 PM

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Shabbat Ends: 6:59 PM

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13 Cheshvan Lech Lecha

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NOVEMBER CHESHVAN - KISLEV SHABBAT Shabbat Candles: As a beacon to an airplane in the endless darkness of the night sky or a lighthouse to a ship caught in the turbulent waves of a stormy sea, Jewish women and young girls illuminate the confusion and turmoil of our ever-more-chaotic lives weekly. Our Shabbat candles transform our homes into islands of peace and serenity. Light up your corner of the world with the Shabbat candles. Challah: The aroma, the texture, the golden brown beauty of a freshly baked challah is a reminder of the manna that fell in the desert. Its indescribable taste has graced Shabbat tables for millennia.

Art by Michal Gaynor


NOVEMBER 2020 SUNDAY

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CHESHVAN - KISLEV 5781

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17 Cheshvan

18 Cheshvan

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20 Cheshvan Vayeira

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1 Kislev

Rosh Chodesh

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Blessing of the New Month

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Chayei Sarah

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DECEMBER KISLEV - TEVET The kindling of the Menorah is the focal point of the Chanukah holiday, symbolizCHANUKAH ing religious freedom and the strength of the Jewish spirit. The menorah is kindled on each of thetime eightof nights of Chanukah. During the the Second The Menorah is placed at the left side of Temple, the Jews fought the a central doorway of the home, or at the Greeks whoThe were threatening the front window. candles should be lit imspiritual following existencesunset, of Judaism. After mediately and should be prepared so thatmiraculous they will remain lit for at a completely victory, least a half hour dusk. In keeping with the Jews wereafter once again reunited Shabbat observance, the Menorah is lit bewith their precious Temple. With no fore the Shabbat candles on Friday evening usable oil for the holy Menorah, and afterolive the Havdalah ceremony at the end Shabbat. Gather family members butoffor one small jug,allG-d performed and the Shamash, candle. yet light another miracle the andservice that jug of Recite the blessings, then light the candles oil lasted 8 nights instead of one. beginning from the left. When done, place Donuts fried are customary the Shamash at in its oil designated place, sepaChanukah treats remind usfollowing of this rated from the otherto candles. The blessings are said before the menorah is lit: great miracle. First blessing: ‫ֹלהינ ּו ֶמלֶ ְך ָהעוֹ לָ ם‬ ֵ ‫ָ ּברו ְּך ַא ָּתה ֲאדֹנָ י ֱא‬ ‫ֲא ׁ ֶשר ִק ְ ּד ׁ ָשנ ּו ְ ּב ִמ ְצוֹ ָתיו וְ ִצ ָוּנ ּו לְ ַה ְדלִ יק נֵ ר ֲחנֻ ָּכה‬ Second blessing: ‫ֹלהינ ּו ֶמלֶ ְך ָהעוֹ לָ ם‬ ֵ ‫ָ ּברו ְּך ַא ָּתה ֲאדֹנָ י ֱא‬ ּ ּ ּ ּ ‫שה נִ ִּסים לַ ֲאבוֹ ֵתינו ַב ָי ִמים ָה ֵהם ִבזְ ַּמן ַהזֶ ּה‬ ׂ ָ ‫ׁ ֶש ָע‬

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Third blessing (recited only the first time lighting): ‫ֹלהינ ּו ֶמלֶ ְך ָהעוֹ לָ ם ׁ ֶש ֶה ֱחיָ נ ּו‬ ֵ ‫ָ ּברו ְּך ַא ָּתה ֲאדֹנָ י ֱא‬ ‫וְ ִק ְ ּי ָמנ ּו וְ ִה ִ ּג ָיענ ּו לִ זְ ַּמן ַהזֶ ּה‬


DECEMBER 2020 SUNDAY

KISLEV - TEVET 5781

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Celebrate Chanukah with Chabad

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SATURDAY 18 Kislev

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Candle Lighting: 4:10 PM

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Chanukah

Yahrzeit of Reta Dordick

Shabbat Ends: 5:14 PM

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Yahrzeit of Eliyohu Moshe Goldberg

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27 Kislev

Chanukah

Chabad Menorah Lighting & Community Celebration Light Chanukah candles 4th Light Tonight at 5:09 p.m.

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5 Tevet

14

28 Kislev

Chanukah

15

29 Kislev

Chanukah

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Blessing of the New Month

Vayeishev

Yahrzeit of Archie Blank Yahrzeit of Sara Kravetsky

Light Chanukah 1st Light Tonight candles at 5:09 p.m.

Light Chanukah candles before 2nd Light Tonight Shabbat candles Candle Lighting: 4:09 PM

Light Chanukah rd 3 Light Tonight candles after Shabbat ends Shabbat Ends: 5:13 PM

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1 Tevet

Chanukah Rosh Chodesh

2 Tevet

Chanukah

3 Tevet

Chanukah

4 Tevet

Mikeitz

Yahrzeit of Yarhzeit of Yacov Bentzion Light Chanukah candles at 5:09 p.m.

26 Kislev

Chanukah

Light Chanukah 5th Light Tonight candles 6th Light Tonight at 5:10 p.m.

6 Tevet

22

7 Tevet

Light Chanukah candles 7th Light Tonight at 5:10 p.m.

Light Chanukah candles 8th Light Tonight at 5:11 p.m.

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24

8 Tevet

9 Tevet

Shabbat Ends: 5:16 PM

Candle Lighting: 4:10 PM

25 Tenth Tevet,10FastTevet Day 26

11 Tevet

Molad: Tuesday, 12/15 at 4:51 (2 chalakim) AM

Vayigash

27

12 Tevet

28

13 Tevet

Yahrzeit of Elizabeth Blank Yahrzeit of Eva Abosh

29

14 Tevet

Yahrzeit of Sarah Saper

Yahrzeit of Masha Boroditsky

30

31

15 Tevet

16 Tevet

Fast: 6:37 AM - 5:14 PM Candle Lighting: 4:14 PM

Shabbat Ends: 5:19 PM

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TREE’S NEW YEAR The 15th of Shevat on the Jewish calendar is the day that marks the beginning of a “new year” for trees. Commonly known as Tu Bishvat, this day marks the season in which the earliest-blooming trees in the Land of Israel emerge from their winter sleep and begin a new fruit-bearing cycle. To commemorate this special day, Jews throughout the world eat foods that are distinctive to and characteristic of the Holy Land, including the seven types of fruits and grain mentioned in the Torah: wheat, barley, grapes, figs, pomegranates, olives, and dates. On this day, a new seasonal fruit is customarily eaten for the first time. The blessings Shehecheyanu and Ha’eitz are said over the fruit. Art by Michal Gaynor

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JANUARY 2021 SUNDAY

TEVET - SHEVAT 5781

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1

SATURDAY 17 Tevet

2

18 Tevet Vayechi

Candle Lighting: 4:20 PM

3

19 Tevet

4

20 Tevet

5

21 Tevet

6

22 Tevet

7

23 Tevet

8

24 Tevet

Yahrzeit of Chana bas Kopel Goldberg

Shabbat Ends: 5:26 PM

9

25 Tevet

Blessing of the New Month

Shemot

10

26 Tevet

Yarhzeit of the Rambam (Maimonides)

Yahrzeit of Goldie Kravetsky With love we wish Lior ‘Yom Huledeth Sameach’ on his birthday - Hector, Viviana and Ariel Finkelstein

11

12

27 Tevet

28 Tevet

Candle Lighting: 4:29 PM

13

29 Tevet

14

1 Shevat

Rosh Chodesh

15

2 Shevat

Yahrzeit of Pearlie (Etta Perel) Gilbert

Shabbat Ends: 5:33 PM

16

3 Shevat Va'eira

Candle Lighting: 4:38 PM

17

4 Shevat

18

5 Shevat

19

6 Shevat

20

7 Shevat

21

8 Shevat

22

9 Shevat

Yahrzeit of Mischa Pollock

Shabbat Ends: 5:42 PM

23

10 Shevat

Yud Shevat

Molad: Wednesday, 1/13 at 5:35 (3 chalakim) PM

Bo

Yahrzeit of Goldie Kaufman

Yahrzeit of Sam Gunn

24

25

11 Shevat

12 Shevat

26

13 Shevat

Yahrzeit of Fanny Bitton

Happy Birthday Romi! Yahrzeit of Rhona Lazar

27

28

14 Shevat

15 Shevat

Tu B'Shevat

Candle Lighting: 4:49 PM

29

16 Shevat

Yahrzeit of Harry Minuk

Shabbat Ends: 5:52 PM

30

17 Shevat Beshalach

31

18 Shevat

Happy Birthday Julie!

Yahrzeit of Berta Halpern Candle Lighting: 5:01 PM Shabbat Ends: 6:03 PM Chabad Lubavitch of Winnipeg 1845 MATHERS AVE. WINNIPEG, MB R3N 0N2 (204) 339-8737 - WWW.CHABADWINNIPEG.ORG


FEBRUARY SHEVAT – ADAR PURIM The most joyous holiday of the year, Purim, commemorates the salvation of the Jewish people from the complete annihilation decreed by the wicked Haman. Queen Esther, a young Jewish heroine, sought out King Achashverosh and begged him to intervene. Every year, we read the story to remind us of this great miracle. We celebrate in many ways, including a great feast, food gift baskets to our friends, and charity to the poor.

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FEBRUARY 2021 SUNDAY

SHEVAT - ADAR 5781

MONDAY

1

TUESDAY 19 Shevat

2

20 Shevat

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

3

4

21 Shevat

FRIDAY 22 Shevat

5

SATURDAY 23 Shevat

6

24 Shevat Yitro

Yahrzeit of Anne Gunn

ChabadWinnipeg.org

7

25 Shevat

Candle Lighting: 5:13 PM

8

26 Shevat

9

27 Shevat

10

28 Shevat

11

29 Shevat

12

30 Shevat

Rosh Chodesh

Blessing of the New Month

Shabbat Ends: 6:13 PM

13

1 Adar

Rosh Chodesh Mishpatim Shekalim

14

2 Adar

15

3 Adar

Yahrzeit of William (Bill) Lyons

Yahrzeit of Joe Lavitt

16

17

4 Adar

Candle Lighting: 5:25 PM

5 Adar

18

6 Adar

19

7 Adar

Yahrzeit of Harry Dordick

Shabbat Ends: 6:26 PM

20

8 Adar Terumah Zachor

Moses’ Birth & Passing

Louis Riel Day

21

9 Adar

22

Shabbat Ends: 6:36 PM

Candle Lighting: 5:37 PM

10 Adar

23

11 Adar

24

12 Adar

25

13 Adar

Fast of Esther

26

14 Adar Purim

27

15 Adar

Shushan Purim

Molad: Friday, 2/12 at 6:19 (4 chalakim) AM

Tetzaveh

Yahrzeit of Peshe bat Arie (Goldstein)

28

16 Adar

Yahrzeit of Ronald Lazar Yahrzeit of Rose Nepon

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Yahrzeit of Max Saper

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Shabbat Ends: 6:47 PM

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MARCH ADAR - NISSAN PASSOVER Passover is a fundamental holiday for the Jewish nation. After two hundred and ten years in Egypt, G-d saved the Jewish people from slavery. The Jews departed Egypt in great haste, without enough time to allow their dough to rise (matzah). They arrived at the Sea of Reeds. Miraculously, the sea split, revealing a dry path for everyone to walk on towards freedom and the giving of the Torah.

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MARCH 2021 SUNDAY

ADAR - NISSAN 5781

MONDAY

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1

TUESDAY 17 Adar

WEDNESDAY

2

18 Adar

3

THURSDAY 19 Adar

4

FRIDAY 20 Adar

5

SATURDAY 21 Adar

6

22 Adar Ki Tisa Parah

office@ChabadWinnipeg.org

7

23 Adar

Yahrzeit of Kalman Stanilov

Happy Birthday Rabbi Avrohom Altein!

8

9

24 Adar

Candle Lighting: 6:00 PM

25 Adar

10

26 Adar

11

27 Adar

12

28 Adar

Shabbat Ends: 6:59 PM

13

29 Adar

Blessing of the New Month

Vayakhel-Pekudei Hachodesh

Yahrzeit of Sam Minuk

14

1 Nissan

Rosh Chodesh

DST Begins

15

2 Nissan

16

3 Nissan

17

Candle Lighting: 6:11 PM

4 Nissan

18

5 Nissan

19

6 Nissan

Shabbat Ends: 7:10 PM

20

7 Nissan Vayikra

Yahrzeit of Menachem Mendel Perl

Molad: Shabbat, 3/13 at 7:03 (5 chalakim) PM

21

8 Nissan

22

9 Nissan

Yahrzeit of Vittel Silverberg

28

15 Nissan

Passover 2nd Night Seder Tonight Omer 1

23

10 Nissan

24

11 Nissan

16 Nissan

Passover Tonight Omer 2

30

17 Nissan

Passover 1st Intermediate Day Tonight Omer 3

25

12 Nissan

Taanit Bechorot

Yahrzeit of Sol Silverberg

Yahrzeit of Sylvia Silverberg

29

Candle Lighting: 7:23 PM

Search for chametz at 8:25 p.m.

31

18 Nissan

Passover 2nd Intermediate Day Tonight Omer 4

26

13 Nissan

Burn Chametz by: 12:32 PM Candle Lighting: 7:34 PM

Shabbat Ends: 8:21 PM

27

14 Nissan

Shabbat HaGadol Passover Eve 1st Night Seder Tzav Yahrzeit of Eve Lofchick First Seder begins at 8:32 p.m. Eat Chametz Until: 11:27 AM Nulify Chametz by: 12:30 PM Candle Lighting: after 8:32 PM

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Yahrzeit of Max Minuk Yom Tov Ends: 8:35 PM

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APRIL NISSAN - IYAR TORAH The Torah is a scroll containing the entire text of the Five Books of Moses, hand-written by a pious scribe in the original Hebrew. It is rolled up around two ornate wooden shafts. Kept in the Ark of each synagogue, the Torah scroll is routinely read aloud in all synagogues, and in its presence we offer prayers and blessings for all those in need. Yet the Torah scroll is much more than that. It is the core representation of Judaism itself. It is the tangible embodiment of our connection to G-d and of His wisdom and guidance.

Art by Michal Gaynor


APRIL 2021 SUNDAY

NISSAN - IYAR 5781

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

1

FRIDAY 19 Nissan

Passover 3rd Intermediate Day Tonight Omer 5

2

Happy Birthday Aryeh Pfeffer!

4

22 Nissan

Passover - Yizkor Tonight Omer 8

5

23 Nissan

Tonight Omer 9

6

24 Nissan

Tonight Omer 10

7

25 Nissan

Tonight Omer 11

8

26 Nissan

Tonight Omer 12

SATURDAY 20 Nissan

Passover 4th Intermediate Day Tonight Omer 6

Candle Lighting: 7:45 PM

9

27 Nissan

Tonight Omer 13

3

21 Nissan

Passover Tonight Omer 7

Candle Lighting: after 8:44 PM

10

28 Nissan

Tonight Omer 14

Blessing of the New Month

Shemini Moshiach Seuda Yahrzeit of Shaino Stitz Yom Tov Ends: 8:46 PM

11

29 Nissan

Tonight Omer 15

Yahrzeit of Yosef Yitzchak Altein

12

30 Nissan

Tonight Omer 16 Rosh Chodesh

Yahrzeit of David Stitz

13

1 Iyar

Tonight Omer 17 Rosh Chodesh

14

2 Iyar

6 Iyar

Tonight Omer 22

19

15

3 Iyar

Tonight Omer 19

Yahrzeit of Shimon ben Moshe Yonah haLevy (Goldstein)

Yahrzeit of Phil Kravetsky

18

7 Iyar

Tonight Omer 23

20

8 Iyar

Tonight Omer 24

21

Shabbat Ends: 8:56 PM

Candle Lighting: 7:56 PM

Tonight Omer 18

9 Iyar

Tonight Omer 25

22

10 Iyar

Tonight Omer 26

16

4 Iyar

Tonight Omer 20

Candle Lighting: 8:06 PM

23

11 Iyar

Tonight Omer 27

Avot 1

17

5 Iyar

Tonight Omer 21 Avot 2 Tazria - Metzora

Israel Independence Day Yahrzeit of Lucy Bricker

Shabbat Ends: 9:08 PM

24

12 Iyar

Tonight Omer 28 Avot 3

Molad: Monday, 4/12 at 7:47 (6 chalakim) AM

Acharei - Kedoshim

Yahrzeit of Ze’ev ben Menachem Zvi (Apt)

25

13 Iyar

Tonight Omer 29

26

14 Iyar

Pesach Sheini Tonight Omer 30

27

15 Iyar

Tonight Omer 31

28

Candle Lighting: 8:17 PM

16 Iyar

Tonight Omer 32

29

17 Iyar

Tonight Omer 33

30

Shabbat Ends: 9:20 PM

18 Iyar

Lag BaOmer Tonight Omer 34

LAG BAOMER COMMUNITY BBQ Yahrzeit of Max Niederhoffer

Thursday, April 29

Candle Lighting: 8:28 PM Chabad Lubavitch of Winnipeg 1845 MATHERS AVE. WINNIPEG, MB R3N 0N2 (204) 339-8737 - WWW.CHABADWINNIPEG.ORG


MAY IYAR - SIVAN SHAVUOT Shavuot marks the day upon which G-d gave the Torah to the entire Jewish nation over 3,300 years ago. In Hebrew, the word Shavuot means “weeks” and stands for the seven weeks during which the Jewish people prepared themselves for the giving of the Torah. During this time they rid themselves of the scars of bondage and became a holy nation ready to stand before G-d.

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MAY 2021 SUNDAY

IYAR - SIVAN 5781

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

Celebrate

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

1

Reading of the Ten Commandments

Shavuot

Special Children's Program and Ice Cream Party

with Chabad

19 Iyar

Tonight Omer 35 Avot 4 Emor

Fun for the Whole Family!

May 17th & 18th at 10am Shabbat Ends: 9:32 PM

2

20 Iyar

Tonight Omer 36

3

21 Iyar

Tonight Omer 37

4

22 Iyar

Tonight Omer 38

5

23 Iyar

Tonight Omer 39

6

24 Iyar

Tonight Omer 40

7

25 Iyar

Tonight Omer 41

8

26 Iyar

Tonight Omer 42

Blessing of the New Month

Avot 5 Behar - Bechukotai

Shabbat Ends: 9:44 PM

Candle Lighting: 8:39 PM

9

27 Iyar

Tonight Omer 43

10

28 Iyar

Tonight Omer 44

11

29 Iyar

Tonight Omer 45

12

1 Sivan

Rosh Chodesh Tonight Omer 46

13

2 Sivan

Tonight Omer 47

14

3 Sivan

Tonight Omer 48

15

4 Sivan

Tonight Omer 49 Avot 6 Bamidbar

Mother’s Day

Molad: Tuesday, 5/11 at 8:31 (7 chalakim) PM

16

Yom Yerushalayim

5 Sivan

Shavuot Eve

17

Yahrzeit of Ziva Shkolnik

6 Sivan

Shavuot

18

Reading of 10 Commandments Yahrzeit of Moshe Reuter Candle Lighting: 8:52 PM

23

12 Sivan

13 Sivan

19

25

14 Sivan

19 Sivan

31

20

9 Sivan

Shabbat Ends: 9:55 PM

Candle Lighting: 8:49 PM

21

10 Sivan

22

11 Sivan Avot 1

Naso

26

Victoria Day Yahrzeit of Ahuva Kravetsky

30

8 Sivan

Yom Tov Ends: 10:00 PM Yahrzeit of Harry Gutkin

Candle Lighting: after 9:55 PM

24

7 Sivan

Shavuot Yizkor

Yahrzeit of Dorothy Niederhoffer

15 Sivan

Happy Birthday Miryam Pfeffer!

27

16 Sivan

Shabbat Ends: 10:07 PM

Candle Lighting: 8:58 PM

28

17 Sivan

29

18 Sivan Avot 2

Behaalotecha

20 Sivan Yahrzeit of Esther Perl

Shabbat Ends: 10:17 PM Candle Lighting: 9:07 PM Chabad Lubavitch of Winnipeg 1845 MATHERS AVE. WINNIPEG, MB R3N 0N2 (204) 339-8737 - WWW.CHABADWINNIPEG.ORG


JUNE SIVAN - TAMMUZ JERUSALEM In the months of Tammuz and Av we observe “The Three Weeks,” the mourning period which commemorates the capture of Jerusalem and subsequent destruction of its Holy Temple. The midrash teaches that when Moshiach comes and rebuilds the third Temple, which will stand forever, these days will be transformed from ones of mourning to joy.

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JUNE 2021 SUNDAY

SIVAN - TAMMUZ 5781

MONDAY

TUESDAY

1

21 Sivan

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

2

3

22 Sivan

FRIDAY 23 Sivan

4

SATURDAY 24 Sivan

5

25 Sivan

Blessing of the New Month

Shelach

Candle Lighting: 9:14 PM

6

26 Sivan

7

27 Sivan

8

28 Sivan

9

29 Sivan

10

30 Sivan

Rosh Chodesh

11

1 Tammuz

Rosh Chodesh

Avot 3

Shabbat Ends: 10:25 PM

12

2 Tammuz Avot 4 Korach

Yahrzeit of Yechezkel ben Sofia Allami

13

3 Tammuz

Gimmel Tammuz

14

4 Tammuz

15

5 Tammuz

Yahrzeit of Frank (Friedel Sholom) Lavitt

16

6 Tammuz

17

7 Tammuz

Shabbat Ends: 10:31 PM

Candle Lighting: 9:19 PM

18

8 Tammuz

19

9 Tammuz Avot 5 Chukat

Yahrzeit of Cheryl Lazar

Yahrzeit of Irwin (Yitzchak) Green

20

10 Tammuz

21

11 Tammuz

22

12 Tammuz

23

13 Tammuz

Shabbat Ends: 10:34 PM

Candle Lighting: 9:22 PM

24

14 Tammuz

25

15 Tammuz

26

16 Tammuz

Avot 6

Molad,: Thursday, 6/10 at 9:15 (8 chalakim) AM

Balak

Father’s Day

27

Yahrzeit of Butch Nepon Yahrzeit of Rowena (Rivka Deena) Green

Yahrzeit of Chief Rabbi Israel Isaac Kahanovitch ZT’L

17 Tammuz

Fast of Shiva Asar B'Tammuz

28

18 Tammuz

29

19 Tammuz

30

20 Tammuz

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Candle Lighting: 9:23 PM

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JULY TAMMUZ - MENACHEM AV HOLY TEMPLE What makes a house into a home? Home is the place where our inner selves can be revealed, the place we feel the most comfortable and safe. On a Jerusalem mountain, G-d’s divine presence dwells. Only remnants remain of the Temple.

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JULY 2021 SUNDAY

TAMMUZ - MENACHEM AV 5781

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

Camp Gan Israel of Winnipeg

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1

2

21 Tammuz

SATURDAY 22 Tammuz

3

23 Tammuz

Blessing of the New Month

Avot 1 Pinchas

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Canada Day

4

24 Tammuz

5

25 Tammuz

6

26 Tammuz

7

27 Tammuz

8

Candle Lighting: 9:22 PM

28 Tammuz

2 Av

12

3 Av

29 Tammuz

10

1 Av

Rosh Chodesh Avot 2 Matot - Massei

Yahrzeit of Moshe Yisroel Martin

Yahrzeit of Israel (Sonny) Raber

11

9

Shabbat Ends: 10:32 PM

Shabbat Ends: 10:27 PM

Candle Lighting: 9:18 PM

13

4 Av

14

5 Av

15

6 Av

16

7 Av

17

8 Av

Shabbat Chazon Devarim

Yahrzeit of Mayer Rabkin

Molad: Friday, 7/9 at 9:59 (9 chalakim) PM

18

9 Av

Fast of Tishah Be'Av

Fast Ends: 10:13 PM

25

16 Av

19

10 Av

20

11 Av

21

12 Av

22

Candle Lighting: 9:13 PM

13 Av

Yahrzeit of Gary Kravetsky

26

17 Av

23

14 Av

18 Av

28

19 Av

29

20 Av

24

Day of Joy

30

31

21 Av

15 Av

Shabbat Nachamu Tu Be'Av Avot 3 Va'etchanan

Yahrzeit of Barry Green (Baruch Asher)

Candle Lighting: 9:05 PM

27

Fast Begins: 9:30 PM Shabbat Ends: 10:20 PM

Yahrzeit of Esther Dreman

Yahrzeit of Aaron Saper

Shabbat Ends: 10:09 PM

22 Av Avot 4 Eikev

Yahrzeit-Hillula of Reb Levik (1944) Yahrzeit of Uri Schnitzer

Yahrzeit of Chaim Halpern Yahrzeit of David S. Kaufman

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AUGUST MENACHEM AV - ELUL MONTH OF ELUL Elul is the 12th and final month in the Jewish calendar. It is a month that connects the past year with the coming year—a time when we reflect on where we stand and where we should be going. It is taught that in this month, the “King is in the Field,” and G-d is readily accessible, willing to hear our requests and listen to our fervent prayers for the coming new year.

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AUGUST 2021 SUNDAY

1

MENACHEM AV - ELUL 5781

MONDAY 23 Av

2

TUESDAY 24 Av

3

WEDNESDAY 25 Av

4

THURSDAY 26 Av

5

FRIDAY 27 Av

SATURDAY

6

28 Av

7

29 Av Blessing of the New Month

Avot 5

Re'eh

Yahrzeit of Tzivia (Sherry) Roseman

Civic (Terry Fox Day)

8

30 Av

Rosh Chodesh

9

1 Elul

Rosh Chodesh

10

2 Elul

11

Candle Lighting: 8:44 PM

3 Elul

12

4 Elul

13

5 Elul

Shabbat Ends: 9:45 PM

14

6 Elul

Avot 6 Shoftim

Yahrzeit of Deena Kravetsky

15

7 Elul

Shabbat Ends: 9:31 PM

Candle Lighting: 8:32 PM

16

8 Elul

17

9 Elul

18

10 Elul

19

11 Elul

20

12 Elul

21

13 Elul Avot 1 & 2 Ki Teitzei

Yahrzeit of Edward Greenberg

Yahrzeit of Alan Bronstone

22

14 Elul

23

15 Elul

Shabbat Ends: 9:16 PM

Candle Lighting: 8:18 PM

24

16 Elul

25

17 Elul

26

18 Elul

Chai Elul

27

19 Elul

28

20 Elul

Selichot Tonight Avot 3 & 4

Molad: Sunday, 8/8 at 10:43 (10 chalakim) AM

Ki Tavo

Yahrzeit of Adam Anhang

Yahrzeit of Edith Minuk

29

21 Elul

30

22 Elul

31

Candle Lighting: 8:04 PM

Shabbat Ends: 9:01 PM

23 Elul

Yahrzeit of Ian Dordick

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28 Elul

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29 Elul

Rosh Hashanah Eve

7

1 Tishrei

Rosh Hashanah

8

2 Tishrei

Rosh Hashanah

Shabbat Ends: 8:45 PM

Candle Lighting: 7:49 PM

9

3 Tishrei

Fast of Gedaliah

10

4 Tishrei

11

5 Tishrei

Shabbat Shuva Vayeilech

Yahrzeit of David Abosh

12

Molad: Monday, 9/6 at 11:27 (11 chalakim) PM

19

6 Tishrei

13 Tishrei

Labour Day Yahrzeit of Irving Bricker

Yahrzeit of Yaakov Shilkowsky

Yahrzeit of Fred Kravetsky

13

14

15

Candle Lighting: 7:43 PM

7 Tishrei

20 Tishrei

Sukkot 4th Intermediate Day

8 Tishrei

Yahrzeit of Phil Rubin

Yahrzeit of Frank Kaufman

20

21

14 Tishrei

Sukkot Eve

Candle Lighting: 7:12 PM

26

Candle Lighting: after 8:35 PM

27

21 Tishrei

Sukkot Hoshana Rabbah

Candle Lighting: 6:57 PM

15 Tishrei

Sukkot

Candle Lighting: after 8:03 PM

28

22 Tishrei

Shemini Atzeret Yizkor

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9 Tishrei

Yom Kippur Eve

Yahrzeit of Chanah Shilkowsky Fast & Candle Lighting: 7:23 PM

22

16 Tishrei

Sukkot

Yahrzeit of Bernie Goldstein Yahrzeit of Sonia Schnitzer

Yom Tov Ends: 8:05 PM

29

Holiday

23 Tishrei

Simchat Torah

Ends: 7:50 PM

Fast: 5:15 AM - 8:30 PM

16

10 Tishrei

Yom Kippur Yizkor

Fast & Holiday End: 8:18 PM

23

17 Tishrei

Sukkot 1st Intermediate Day

Yahrzeit of Zainvil (Sigmundo) Gutstadt

30

Candle Lighting: 7:34 PM

17

11 Tishrei

Yahrzeit of Carol Kuropatwa

Shabbat Ends: 8:29 PM

18

12 Tishrei Ha'azinu

Candle Lighting: 7:19 PM

24

18 Tishrei

Sukkot 2nd Intermediate Day

Candle Lighting: 7:03 PM

Shabbat Ends: 8:14 PM

25

19 Tishrei

Sukkot 3rd Intermediate Day

Yahrzeit of Clara Steadman

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OCTOBER 2021 SUNDAY

TISHREI - CHESHVAN 5782

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1

Candle Lighting: 6:48 PM

-

3

27 Tishrei

4

28 Tishrei

5

29 Tishrei

6

30 Tishrei

Rosh Chodesh

7

1 Cheshvan

Rosh Chodesh

8

1

TUESDAY

2

9

27 Cheshvan

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

3

4

5

28 Cheshvan

29 Cheshvan

10

4 Cheshvan

11

5 Cheshvan

12

6 Cheshvan

13

7 Cheshvan

14

8 Cheshvan

15

9 Cheshvan

16

Rosh Chodesh

17

11 Cheshvan

19

13 Cheshvan

20

14 Cheshvan

21

15 Cheshvan

22

Shabbat Ends: 7:15 PM

16 Cheshvan

23

Molad: Wednesday, 10/6 at 12:11 (12 chalakim) PM

Shabbat Ends: 7:01 PM

Candle Lighting: 6:05 PM

24

18 Cheshvan

31

25 Cheshvan

25

19 Cheshvan

26

20 Cheshvan

27

21 Cheshvan

28

22 Cheshvan

29

23 Cheshvan

30

Candle Lighting: 5:52 PM

DECEMBER 2021 MONDAY

TUESDAY

2 Kislev

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

1

2

27 Kislev

Chanukah

Shabbat Ends: 6:49 PM

FRIDAY 28 Kislev

Chanukah

SATURDAY

3

29 Kislev

Chanukah

4

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4 Kislev

5 Kislev

10

6 Kislev

11

7 Kislev

12

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Shabbat Ends:

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30 Kislev

Chanukah Rosh Chodesh Mikeitz

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18

12 Cheshvan

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10 Cheshvan Lech Lecha

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3 Cheshvan

Shabbat Ends: 7:28 PM

Candle Lighting: 6:33 PM

CHESHVAN - KISLEV 5782

26 Cheshvan

Shabbat Ends: 7:43 PM

2 Cheshvan

Candle Lighting: 6:19 PM

NOVEMBER 2021

26 Tishrei

Blessing of the New Month

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ROSH HASHANA ..........................................Monday Eve - Wednesday SEPTEMBER 6 - 8 YOM KIPPUR .......................................... Wednesday Eve - Thursday SEPTEMBER 15 - 16 SUKKOT .................................................. Monday Eve - Wednesday SEPTEMBER 20 - 22 SHEMINI ATZERET - SIMCHAT TORAH . Monday Eve - Wednesday SEPTEMBER 27 - 29 CHANUKAH ..................................Sunday Eve - Monday NOVEMBER 28 - DECEMBER 6 PURIM .............................................................. Wednesday Eve - Thursday MARCH 16 - 17 PASSOVER ................................................................... Friday Eve - Saturday APRIL 15 - 23 SHAVUOT ...................................................................... Saturday Eve - Monday JUNE 4 - 6

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Chanukah Rosh Chodesh

6

2 Tevet

Chanukah

7

3 Tevet

8

4 Tevet

9

5 Tevet

10

Shabbat Ends:

6 Tevet

11

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10 Kislev

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Candle Lighting:

Shabbat Ends:

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18 Tevet

23

19 Tevet

24

Shabbat Ends:

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28

29

Chanukah

30

26 Kislev

Chanukah

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29

25 Tevet

30

26 Tevet

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Shabbat Ends:

27 Tevet


Candle Lighting Guide

HOW TO LIGHT SHABBAT CANDLES 1.

HOW TO: It starts with one light. Add a candle for your spouse, and if you’re a mother, one for each child. A girl over the age of three may (with help from Mom) light her own candle. Before kindling the candles (exact time is mentioned in the bottom of each calendar box), we think of those less fortunate and put a coin in a charity box.

2. LIGHT A CANDLE. After the candles are lit, the woman stretches her hands out towards the candles, and moves them inwards in a circular motion – ushering in a special guest, the Shabbat Queen – three times. After the third time, the woman covers her eyes with her hands and recites the following blessing: Generously printed in Canada by

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JEWISH HOLIDAY SCHEDULE Candles are lit to honor the Jewish Festivals, on which different blessing are recited. For the appropriate blessing use the third column of the chart

CANDLE LIGHTING

DATE

HOLIDAY

Sep. 18 Sep. 19 Sep. 20

Rosh Hashana Begins (Sunset) Rosh Hashana Day 1 Rosh Hashana Day 2

BLESSING

Sep. 27 Sep. 28

Yom Kippur Begins (Sunset) Yom Kippur

Oct. 2 Oct. 3 Oct. 4 Oct. 9 Oct. 10 Oct. 11

Sukkot Day Begins (Sunset) Sukkot Day 1 Sukkot Day 2 Shemini Atzeret Begins (Sunset) Shemini Atzeret Simchat Torah

Dec. 10 Dec. 18

Chanukah Begins (Sunset) Chanukah Ends (Nightfall)

Feb. 25 Feb. 26

Purim Begins (Sunset) Purim Day

March 27 March 28 March 29 April 2 April 3 April 4

Pesach Day Begins (Sunset) Pesach Day 1 Pesach Day 2 Pesach Day Begins (Sunset) Pesach Day 7 Pesach Day 8

* *3 & 4 * *3 & 4

May 16 May 17 May 18

Shavuot Day Begins (Sunset) Shavuot Day 1 Shavuot Day 2

* * *3 & 4 * *3 & 4

*1 & 4 * *1 & 4 *2 & 4 *3 & 4 * *3 & 4 *3 & 4 * *3 & 4

*3 * *3

* Do not light after sunset ** Light after the time indicated from a pre-lit flame *** If lighting after sunset, light from a pre-lit flmae **** Light before the time indicated from a pre-lit flame

1 2 3 4

Bo-ruch A-toh A-do-noi E-lo-hei-nu Me-lech Ho-olom A-sher Ki-deshanu Be-mitz-vo-tav Vi-tzvi-vo-nu Le-had-lik Ner Shel [Fridays add: Sha-bat vi-shel] Yom Ha-zi-karon Bo-ruch A-toh A-do-noi E-lo-hei-nu Me-lech Ho-olom A-sher Ki-deshanu Be-mitz-vo-tav Vi-tzvi-vo-nu Le-had-lik Ner Shel [Fridays add: Sha-bat vi-shel] Yom Ha-Ki-pu-rim Bo-ruch A-toh A-do-noi E-lo-hei-nu Me-lech Ho-olom A-sher Ki-deshanu Be-mitz-vo-tav Vi-tzvi-vo-nu Le-had-lik Ner Shel [Fridays add: Sha-bat vi-shel] Yom Yom Tov Ba-ruch A-tah A-do-noi E-loi-hei-nu Me-lech ha-o-lam shehe-chee-ya-nu v’ki-yi-ma-nu vi-hi-gi-ya-nu liz-man ha-zeh.


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