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Jewish CALENDAR 5782 - 2021/2022

A Gift To You From

CHABAD - LUBAVITCH OF WINNIPEG JEWISH LEARNING CENTRE 1845 Mathers Ave. Winnipeg, MB R3N 0N2 204-339-8737 | ChabadWinnipeg.org


Winnipeg Jewish Calendar Dear Friend, It is with great pleasure that we present you with this beautiful Jewish Art Calendar, featuring more than 50 local businesses, candle lighting times, a schedule of the Jewish holidays, and information on community programs and services. We hope you find it useful and enjoyable and that it serves as a catalyst for further pursuit of Jewish study and enriched experience of our heritage. A clean, new, unmarked calendar always fills us with excitement. It signals the fullness of time yet to come; potential in its most concentrated form. Indeed, time is our most precious and fleeting commodity; making good use of our time is an ongoing challenge and privilege. At Chabad, we try our best to fill each day of the year with quality moments of spirituality and connection.

THIS CALENDAR IS DEDICATED TO THE LUBAVITCHER REBBE O.B.M., RABBI MENACHEM M. SCHNEERSOHN Throughout the Rebbe's leadership, he established more than 4,500 Jewish Centres around the world. The Rebbe constantly emphasized how all the Jewish people are equal regardless of background, affiliation or level of observance. His personal devotion to each and every individual Jew and his love for the Holy Land, as well as his dedication to G-d and His Torah, continue to direct and inspire the Chabad Jewish Learning Centre here in Winnipeg., and throughout the world.

We hope to make each day count and more importantly, make it a day that will resonate positively far into the future. We extend our thanks to the advertisers and sponsors of this calendar and to all of our supporters. With your continued assistance, we hope to strengthen, broaden and deepen the scope of our work. We wish you and your loved ones a blessed New Year in every respect. May you be inscribed for a year of life and may we all be blessed with a year of peace in the Holy Land and the world over!

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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

Karla Berbrayer and Allen Kraut and Family

Vanesa and Emilio Allami

Abe and Toni Berenhaut and Family

Dr Michael and Jenifer Chernick, Shayna Chaya and Chana Atara

Allan and Penny Kiesler and Adam Kiesler

Joey Berman and Family

Claudia and Gerardo Chernitsky

Rabbi Avrohom and Brocha Altein and Family

Sheldon and Irene Blank, Daughter Callie and Son Brandon Blank Bonnie Blank, Sherri-Ricki and Martin Erlichman

Shanah Tova from the Chochinovs

Boroditsky Family

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

Rabbi Mendel and Dvora Altein and Family Rabbi Shmuly and Adina Altein and Family Abraham Amihude and Family The Lefkovitz Family Barbara and Abe Anhang and Family Don and Bev Aronovitch 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) Earl Ashkin Earl and Cheryl Barish and Family Al Benarroch and Brenlee Sucharov, Amber, Simone, Miley, and Macey Daniel Matzkin, Val Benevet and children, Parker, Oliver, Cooper and Spencer

Dr Carey and Harriet Boroditsky and Family

The Choresh Family Allan, Shawna, Lindsay and Joshua Cogan

Hannah Brass in Loving Memory of Freda and Issie Brass

Simone Cohen Scott and Family

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

Elly, Yoni, and Sheppy Coodin

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

Harvey and Nessie Cogan and Family Alan and Wendy Daien, Laurie and Jillian Royle Derbitsky, Shaaron Small and Harold Derbitsky in Memory of Doris Derbitsky

Dina Frankel, Gail, Ron and Marlee Cantor

David Deutscher and Heather Leonoff and Family

Kleber and Elaine Caxias

The Diamante Family

Avrom and Fayanne Charach, Carli and Taylor

Miriam and David Diamond

Harold and Elaine Charlat and Family

Marianne Dordick and Family

Rabbi Yitzchok Charytan and Mendy

Ariela and Merv Drabinsky


Best wishes for a healthy and happy new year from Laila Dubinsky

Capt (Rabbi Dr) Noteh and Chaya Nesya Glogauer and Family

Anton Kiselev, Leon Kiselev and Elena Tceitlina

Mendel and C Rochel Duchman - Los Angeles

Shimon Goldberg Henry and Anna Gail Goldfeld, Alexandra, Marlee and Ariella

Audrey and Daniel Kravetsky and Family

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

Jeff, Susan, Joshua, Rebecca and Benjamin Goldstein

Michael and Nella Eskin and Family

Bev and Brian Greenberg and Family

Sharon Bronstone, Jay and Linda Filbert and Braidin

Vivian Gutstadt, Julie and Romi

Solomon and Rachel Fink and Family

Dr Norman Hechtenthal

Hector, Viviana and Ariel Finkelstein

Rabbi Boruch and Chana Heidingsfeld and Family

Larry, Akiva, Aidan and Tal Fishman and Michele Feierstein wish all their friends and family Shana Tova Wil and Doreen Fleisher, Zach and Ben Florie Mendelson, Debbie, Michael and Sarah and Family Regine Frankel Shirley and Bob Freedman and Family Marsha, Shira and Hadara Friedman Sarah Friedman and Family Heather Pullan, Tom Frohlinger, Alexandra, Joey and Becky Ron, Daniel and Noah Gall May this be a year of Bracha, Simcha and Good Health for All from The Garland Family Mark Elkin and Gavriela Geller and Family Dr Lionel and Mandy Gerber and Family Benjamin and Rachel Gerstein and Jonathon (JJ) Yale and Laurie Gilbert and Family

Esther and Sid Halpern

Morris Henoch, Children and Grandchildren The Herscovitch Family Ivanytskyy Family Morley and Bev Jacobs, Stephanie, Darwin, Morrison, Jen, Jonah, Elle, Adli, Mazie Noah and Toviya Ben Yaacov Howard Jesierski and Sharon Maltz, Matthew, Ryan and Michael We wish everyone a very Happy New Year in the best of health - Malik and Ruth Juravsky and Family In honour and merit of our parents, sisters, and children - From Jonathan and Chaya Kahanovitch Chag Sameach everyone from Danny Kaufman and Family The Kaufman Family Shana Tova, Kesiva Vachasima Tova! Philippa, Rodney, Reuben and Ethan Kellen

Jeffrey and Joyce Kerr, Lindsay and Josh Martin, Rhonda, Patti, Mark, Shayna and Rebbeca Edith Kimelman and Family Glazer

Paul and DD Kowall and Family Barb’ra and Rocky Kravetsky Hillel and Sharon Kravetsky and Family Alejandro, Julie and Benjamin Krozkin Ralph and Miriam Kuropatwa our Family, our relatives, and all of Yisroel, a Shanah Tovah Umetukah Ahava Halpern and Frank Lavitt Sylvia Lavitt Matthew and Nola Lazar; Ezra and Sonia and Caleb; Yona; Galya; and Gilon Dr Neal and Robyn Lerner and Family Sid and Sharon Lerner, Shira, Aliza and Max Roman and Marina, Priel and Nataniel Lisak Elaine and Bernie Lofchick, Children, Grandchildren, and Great Grandaughters Myron, Symma, and Elena Love Pauline Luffman and Family Victor Wonnacott and Enid Lyons and Sara Wonnacott

Eleazar (Luciano) and Betina Malewicz, beracha and hatzlacha for Shimon, Aby, and Ilanit Wishing all a sweet New Year! Joanne Seiff and Jeff, Leo, and Sammy Marcus Margolis and Ostrinsky Families Mazor Family Gary and Cheryl Minuk and Family Shosh and Sheldon Minuk Yosel Minuk and Family


Ruth, Heather and Susan Muscovitch and families

Adams and Brian Adams

Roman and Rahel Nadtochyev and Family

Ronald and Jane Reider, Tiffany Reider and Lucas Baird

Chuck and Ruth Narvey, children and grandchildren Lawrence and Beverly Niederhoffer Shana Tova from the Nisanov Family Sandra Novikoff and Family in loving memory of David and Hartley Novikoff, Max, Helen and Jerry Ratner, Zelda, Lorrie and Marina Novikoff Craig and Cindy Pasternak, Riley, Dawson and Benjamin

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David and Mona Rich and Family 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 Anonymous Anna Schwartz and Family

Harold Derbitsky in Memory of Charlie Derbitsky Smith Family Harold and Margot Sosnowicz and Family Avery and Nata Spigelman, Adam, Devorah, David,Jenny, Joshua, Connor and Logan L’shanah tovah from Bob and Julie Steinberg Stelzer Family Marshall Stitz and Mia Elfenbaum and Family The Szkop Family

David and Lindsay Peretz

Leonard Schwartz and Family

Michael and Marilyn Perl and Family

Marvin and Emily Shane and Family

Aaron, Julie, Miryam, and Aryeh Pfeffer

Shindico and the Shindleman Family

Lynne and Henry Trachtenberg and Family

Happy New Year to Friends and Family! - Shelley Pfeffer

Alon Shkolnik-Atkin and Olga Gerner wishing Happy New Year to Am Yisrael!

Anne and Kerry Trotman and Family

Ruth Carol and Leonard Podheiser and Family

Norman and Heather Silver and Family

Dr Debbie Pollock and Benny, Lynn Pollock in loving memory of Mischa Pollock and Rose and Phillip Bell

Earl and Mimi Singer

Leslie, David and Diane Wilder and Family

Shira Cohen and Stu Slayen, and Family

David and Lois Wolch and Family

Shayla Fink and Kinzey Posen and Family

Happy New Year from Faith and Marvin Slutchuk and Family

Jack Wolk, Geoffry and Melissa

Louise and Lorne Raber, Lindsay Raber

Royle Derbitsky, Shaaron Small and

Sam and Veronica Simcoff and Family

Shana Tova Taranov Family

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Greek - Olive Bread with Sun-Dried Tomatoes

TRY THIS RECIPE AS ROLLS OR A LOAF FOR YOUR “GREEK STYLE” SHABBAT TABLE 2.2 lb. whole wheat flour ½ teaspoon ground garlic 1 oz active dry yeast 1 Tablespoon oregano 5.5 oz finely chopped Kalamata olives 6 finely chopped sun-dried tomatoes 1 ½ cup lukewarm water 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 teaspoon sugar Salt Mix the flour with the garlic, oregano, sugar and salt. Dissolve the yeast in 3-4 tablespoons of lukewarm water. Leave the mixture to rest until it activates. Then put the flour in a large mixing bowl, add the yeast mixture, the water and the olive oil, and knead thoroughly by hand. When all the ingredients in the dough are mixed properly, add the olives and the sun-dried tomatoes. Knead thoroughly again and form two loaves from the dough. Place them on a baking tray covered with baking paper. Cover the dough and let it rise. When the dough has doubled its volume, score across the top with a sharp knife, brush the top with a little water, sprinkle a little sesame (your choice) and bake in a 350° F oven for approximately 15-20 minutes. If making loaves, baking times will vary.

Moroccan - Kefta in Fresh Tomato Sauce Kefta is Lamb meatballs GREAT FOR SUKKOT DINNER UNDER THE STARS ½ bunch coriander, chopped ½ bunch flat-leaf parsley, chopped, plus extra, to serve 1.5 Lbs minced lamb 2 tsp ground cumin 2 tsp sweet paprika 80 ml(⅓ cup) olive oil 1 onion, finely chopped 2 1/4 lb. tomatoes, peeled, seeded, chopped (see Note) 2 garlic cloves, chopped

Combine coriander, parsley, minced lamb and 1 tsp each cumin and paprika in a bowl. Season with salt and pepper. Roll into 24 x 4 cm meatballs and place on a tray lined with baking paper. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 1 hour. Preheat oven to 375°F. Heat olive oil in a large ovenproof frying pan over medium heat. Working in batches, cook meatballs, turning, for 8 minutes or until browned all over. Remove from pan and set aside. Reduce heat to medium-low and add onion to pan. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 8 minutes or until very soft and golden. Add tomatoes, remaining cumin, paprika and garlic. Season and cook, stirring occasionally, for 10 minutes until thickened. Return meatballs to the sauce. Transfer to the oven and bake for 15 minutes. Scatter with extra chopped parsley, to serve.

Israeli Shakshuka

THE PERFECT BREAKFAST OR MOTZAI SHABBOS DELICACY 1 onion 1 yellow bell pepper 1 tomato 1 red chili pepper 2 cloves garlic 4-5 sprigs fresh parsley 3 tbsp. oil 1 cup chopped (canned) tomatoes 1 tsp. sweet paprika ½ tsp. cumin ½ tsp. turmeric ½ tsp. salt 4 eggs Dice all the vegetables. Sauté the onion in the oil until translucent. Add the yellow pepper, chili pepper, garlic, tomato and chopped tomatoes. Add the paprika, cumin, turmeric, and salt, and simmer until vegetables are cooked through. Drop the eggs into the tomato mixture and cook until eggs are just set. Garnish with fresh parsley. Serve with pita or flatbread.

Italian - Carciofi Fritti

(Fried Artichokes) PUT A SPIN ON YOUR CHANUKAH FRIED FOOD MENU 12 medium artichokes 2 lemons, juice and rinds 3/4 cup matzo meal 1/2 teaspoon salt

A pinch of freshly ground black pepper 1/2 cup cold water 1 egg 2 egg yolks 2 tablespoons olive oil olive oil or safflower oil for frying 1 lemon, cut into wedges Clean artichokes (for instructions, visit tinyurl.com/ycar5c27). Cut in half lengthwise and remove the chokes. Cut each in half lengthwise again. Drop each into a bowl filled with cold water and squeezed lemons. Combine matzo meal, salt, and pepper with cold water. Add egg, yolks, and 2 tablespoons olive oil, and beat until smooth. Drain the artichoke pieces and leave to dry for a few minutes. Heat 1 cup oil in a small frying pan. Dip the artichokes in small batches into the batter. Fry a few pieces at a time in the hot oil (for a few minutes) until golden keeping the recently fried ones on a paper towel on a baking sheet or plate. Serve very hot, straight from the oil, with wedges of lemon.

Russia – Syrniki

SHAVUOS TREAT - FARMER CHEESE PANCAKES 2 eggs 3 tablespoons sugar 2½ teaspoons vanilla sugar (or 1 teaspoon vanilla extract) ½ teaspoon sea salt 2 cups farmers cheese 4 tablespoons flour ¼ teaspoon baking powder Oil, for frying Sour cream, honey, for serving Combine eggs, sugar, vanilla sugar and salt in a bowl, and beat using a mixer or whisk. Add farmers cheese, flour, baking powder and mix until well combined and it comes together as a dough. On a floured surface, divide the dough into 15 uniform balls and flatten each into a disk, about

½-inch thick. Heat oil in a large nonstick pan over medium-low heat. Once the oil is hot, Fry pancakes until golden (3 to 4 minutes on each side). Serve immediately with sour cream, honey or other sweet toppings.


SEPTEMBER 2021 ELUL 5781–TISHREI 5782 A MONTH OF HOLIDAYS Tishrei, the first month of the Jewish year, is full of momentous and meaningful days of celebration. These days, throughout the month of Tishrei, are opportunities to connect, to be inspired, and to become more fulfilled and in tune with our true inner selves. Tishrei is considered the “head” of the year, and the reservoir from which we draw our strength and inspiration throughout the year ahead. SUKKOT The Festival of Sukkot is observed through the joyous performance of two 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.

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SEPTEMBER 2021 SUNDAY

ELUL 5781 - TISHREI 5782

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

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Combined Jewish Appeal

The 2021-2022 Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign is now open!

THURSDAY 24 Elul

2

FRIDAY 25 Elul

3

SATURDAY 26 Elul

4

27 Elul

Avot 5 & 6 Nitzavim

DONATE TODAY! 204.477.7428 or jewishwinnipeg.org

Yahrzeit of Dr. Moses Kahanovitch OBM

5

28 Elul

Yahrzeit of David Abosh

12

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

19

6 Tishrei

13 Tishrei

Hebrew School begins Yahrzeit of the Rebbe Maharash

26

20 Tishrei

Sukkot 4th Intermediate Day

6

29 Elul

7

1 Tishrei

8

2 Tishrei

Rosh Hashanah Eve Rosh Hashanah Labour Day Rosh Hashana Community Dinner at Chabad Yahrzeit of Irving Bricker Birthday of the Tzemach Tzedek Tashlich Yahrzeit of Eliyahu Mizrahi

Yahrzeit of Fred Kravetsky

13

15

Candle Lighting: 7:43 PM

7 Tishrei

Candle Lighting: after 8:35 PM

14

8 Tishrei

Rosh Hashanah

9 Tishrei

Yom Kippur Eve

20

21

22

Candle Lighting: 7:12 PM

27

21 Tishrei

Sukkot Hoshana Rabbah

Sukkot

Candle Lighting: after 8:03 PM

28

22 Tishrei

Shemini Atzeret Yizkor

10

4 Tishrei

11

Candle Lighting: 7:34 PM

Holiday Ends: 8:37 PM

Fast & Candle Lighting: 7:23 PM

15 Tishrei

3 Tishrei

Fast of Gedalia

5 Tishrei

Shabbat Shuva Vayelech

Yahrzeit of Frank Kaufman

14 Tishrei

9

Shabbat Ends: 8:45 PM

5:15 AM - 8:30 PM

Yahrzeit of Phil Rubin

Sukkot Eve

Candle Lighting: 7:49 PM

16 Tishrei

Sukkot

16

10 Tishrei

Yom Kippur Yizkor

Fast & Holiday End: 8:18 PM

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17 Tishrei

Sukkot 1st Intermediate Day

Yahrzeit of Bernie Goldstein Yahrzeit of Sonia Schnitzer

Yahrzeit of Zainvil (Sigmundo) Gutstadt

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30

Holiday Ends: 8:05 PM

23 Tishrei

Simchat Torah

17

Shabbat Ends: 8:29 PM

11 Tishrei

18

12 Tishrei Ha'azinu

Candle Lighting: 7:19 PM

24

Shabbat Ends: 8:14 PM

18 Tishrei

Sukkot 2nd Intermediate Day

25

19 Tishrei

Sukkot 3rd Intermediate Day

Yahrzeit of Clara Steadman

Shabbat Ends: 7:58 PM

Candle Lighting: 7:03 PM

24 Tishrei

at Chabad -Lubavitch of Winnipeg

Join Chabad tonight for the happiest Hakafot in town!

Candle Lighting: 6:57 PM Candle Lighting: after 7:48 PM Holiday Chabad-Lubavitch of Winnipeg, 1845 Mathers Ave. Winnipeg, MB R3N 0N2

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OCTOBER TISHREI - CHESHVAN MEZUZAH The mezuzah, a handwritten scroll containing the Shema, is affixed to the right doorpost. It designates our home as Jewish. Symbolizing G-d’s watchful eye upon us, the mezuzah provides protection for its inhabitants, wherever they may be. The decorative case containing the mezuzah scroll is just that: a mere container. What’s important is the scroll, upon which the first two sections of the Shema are handwritten. Beginning with the eternal words “Hear o Israel, the L-rd is our G-d, the L-rd is One,” these selections contain G-d’s instruction to affix the mezuzah. “You shall write them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates.” These words are handwritten by an expert scribe who is trained in the many laws involved in writing a mezuzah. Every single letter in the mezuzah must be properly formed. A single crack in the parchment or any omission can invalidate the entire scroll. A printed mezuzah is invalid. Art by Raizel Schapiro, info@RaizelSchapiroArt.com instagram.com/raizel_schapiro_art


OCTOBER 2021 SUNDAY

TISHREI - CHESHVAN 5782

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1

SATURDAY 25 Tishrei

2

26 Tishrei

Blessing of the New Month

Bereishit

Candle Lighting: 6:48 PM

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27 Tishrei

4

28 Tishrei

5

29 Tishrei

6

30 Tishrei

Rosh Chodesh

7

1 Cheshvan

Rosh Chodesh

8

Shabbat Ends: 7:43 PM

2 Cheshvan

9

3 Cheshvan Noach

Yahrzeit of Narvey Hollenberg Candle Lighting: 6:33 PM

10

4 Cheshvan

11

5 Cheshvan

12

6 Cheshvan

13

7 Cheshvan

14

8 Cheshvan

15

Shabbat Ends: 7:28 PM

9 Cheshvan

16

10 Cheshvan Lech Lecha

Thanksgiving Day Yahrzeit of Edith (Claman) Raber

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11 Cheshvan

18

12 Cheshvan

Candle Lighting: 6:19 PM

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13 Cheshvan

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14 Cheshvan

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15 Cheshvan

22

Shabbat Ends: 7:15 PM

16 Cheshvan

23

17 Cheshvan

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

Vayeira

Candle Lighting: 6:05 PM

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18 Cheshvan

25

19 Cheshvan

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20 Cheshvan

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21 Cheshvan

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22 Cheshvan

29

Shabbat Ends: 7:01 PM

23 Cheshvan

24 Cheshvan

Blessing of the New Month

Chayei Sarah

Yahrzeit of Abe Rich

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30

25 Cheshvan Birthday of the Rebbe Rashab

Chabad-Lubavitch of Winnipeg, 1845 Mathers Ave. Winnipeg, MB R3N 0N2

Candle Lighting: 5:52 PM (204) 339-8737

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Yahrzeit of Harry Silverberg

Shabbat Ends: 6:49 PM www.ChabadWinnipeg.org


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. 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. Blessings on the Chanukah Menorah: 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 ָוּנו 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 ֵתינ ּו ַ ּב ָ ּי ִמים ָה ֵהם ִ ּבזְ ַּמן ַהזֶ ּה‬ ׂ ָ ‫ׁ ֶש ָע‬ 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 Art by Raizel Schapiro Art by Raizel Schapiro, instagram.com/raizel_schapiro_art, info@RaizelSchapiroArt.com

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CHESHVAN - KISLEV 5782

MONDAY

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TUESDAY 26 Cheshvan

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27 Cheshvan

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

3

4

5

28 Cheshvan

29 Cheshvan

SATURDAY 1 Kislev

Rosh Chodesh

6

2 Kislev Toldot

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3 Kislev

Candle Lighting: 5:40 PM

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4 Kislev

9

5 Kislev

10

6 Kislev

11

7 Kislev

12

Shabbat Ends: 6:39 PM

8 Kislev

13

9 Kislev Vayeitzei

14

10 Kislev

15

11 Kislev

16

12 Kislev

Yahrzeit of Harry Lavitt

Remembrance Day

17

18

13 Kislev

Birthday and Yahrzeit of the Mitteler Rebbe

Candle Lighting: 4:30 PM

14 Kislev

19

Shabbat Ends: 5:30 PM

15 Kislev

20

16 Kislev Vayishlach

Yahrzeit of Jerry Nepon Liberation of the Mitteler Rebbe

21

17 Kislev

Yahrzeit of Risa bas Hirsch Kahanovitch OBM

Yahrzeit of Gordon (Grosz) Sandor

22

18 Kislev

23

19 Kislev

Yud Tes Kislev

24

20 Kislev

25

21 Kislev

Candle Lighting: 4:22 PM

26

Shabbat Ends: 5:23 PM

22 Kislev

27

23 Kislev

Blessing of the New Month

Molad: Friday, 11/5 at 12:55 (13 chalakim) AM

Vayeishev

Yahrzeit of Reta Dordick Liberation of the Alter Rebbe

28

24 Kislev

Light Chanukah candles at 5:13 p.m. Chabad Menorah Lighting & Community-Wide st 1 Light Tonight Celebration

29

25 Kislev

Chanukah

Light Chanukah candles at 5:12 p.m. 2nd Light Tonight

30

Yahrzeit of Joseph Mendel Lyons

Yahrzeit of Sara Kravetsky Yahrzeit of Archie Blank

Candle Lighting: 4:15 PM

Shabbat Ends: 5:17 PM

26 Kislev

Chanukah

Light Chanukah candles at 5:11 p.m. 3rd Light Tonight

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DECEMBER KISLEV - TEVET CHANUKAH During the time of the Second Temple, the Jews fought the Greeks who were threatening the spiritual existence of Judaism. After a completely miraculous victory, the Jews were once again reunited with their precious Temple. With no usable olive oil for the holy Menorah, but for one small jug, G-d performed yet another miracle and that jug of oil lasted 8 nights instead of one. Latkes fried in oil are customary Chanukah treats to remind us of this great miracle.

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DECEMBER 2021 SUNDAY

KISLEV - TEVET 5782

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

1

2

27 Kislev

Chanukah

Light Chanukah candles at 5:11 p.m. 4th Light Tonight

5

1 Tevet

Chanukah Rosh Chodesh

6

2 Tevet

Chanukah

7

3 Tevet

8

4 Tevet

8 Tevet

28 Kislev

Chanukah

Light Chanukah candles at 5:10 p.m. Yahrzeit of Yacov 5th Light Tonight Bentzion

9

5 Tevet

3

SATURDAY 29 Kislev

Chanukah

4

6th Light Tonight

7th Light Tonight

Candle Lighting: 4:11 PM

Shabbat Ends: 5:15 PM

10

6 Tevet

11

Didan Notzach

13

9 Tevet

Tevet 14 Fast of Asara10BeTevet 15

11 Tevet

6:30 AM - 5:09 PM

16

12 Tevet

17

13 Tevet

18

Molad: Saturday, 12/4 at 1:39 (14 chalakim) PM

20

16 Tevet

21

17 Tevet

22 Tevet

27

23 Tevet

28

24 Tevet

14 Tevet Vayechi

22

18 Tevet

23

19 Tevet

Shabbat Ends: 5:15 PM

24

20 Tevet

25 Tevet

30

26 Tevet

31

21 Tevet

Shabbat Ends: 5:19 PM

Candle Lighting: 4:13 PM

29

25

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

Yarhzeit of the Rambam (Maimonides)

Yahrzeit of Maier Henoch

26

7 Tevet

Shabbat Ends: 5:13 PM

Candle Lighting: 4:09 PM

Candle Lighting: 4:10 PM

15 Tevet

Chanukah Rosh Chodesh Mikeitz

Light Chanukah candles after Light Chanukah candles before Shabbat candles before 4:11 p.m. Shabbat ends at 5:15 p.m.

Yahrzeit of Eva Abosh Yahrzeit of Elizabeth Blank

19

30 Kislev

Vayigash

Light Chanukah candles at 5:10 p.m. 8th Light Tonight

12

FRIDAY

27 Tevet

Yahrzeit of Pearlie (Etta Perel) Gilbert Yahrzeit of the Alter Rebbe Chabad-Lubavitch of Winnipeg, 1845 Mathers Ave. Winnipeg, MB R3N 0N2

Candle Lighting: 4:19 PM (204) 339-8737

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JANUARY TEVET - SHEVAT 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.

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JANUARY 2022 SUNDAY

TEVET - SHEVAT 5782

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

1

28 Tevet Blessing of the New Month

Va'eira

Shabbat Ends: 5:24 PM

2

29 Tevet

3

1 Shevat

Rosh Chodesh

4

2 Shevat

5

3 Shevat

6

4 Shevat

7

5 Shevat

8

6 Shevat Bo

Yahrzeit of Miriam Peretz

9

7 Shevat

10

8 Shevat

11

9 Shevat

Yahrzeit of Mischa Pollock

Yahrzeit of Goldie Kaufman

12

13

10 Shevat

Yud Shevat

11 Shevat

Yahrzeit of Sam Gunn

Shabbat Ends: 5:31 PM

Candle Lighting: 4:27 PM

14

12 Shevat

15

13 Shevat

Molad: Tuesday, 2/1, 3:07 (16 chalakim) PM

Molad: Monday, 1/3, 2:23 (15 chalakim) AM

Beshalach

Yahrzeit of Fanny Bitton

Yahrzeit of Rhona Lazar Happy Birthday Romi

16

17

14 Shevat

15 Shevat

Tu B'Shevat

18

16 Shevat

Yahrzeit of Harry Minuk Yahrzeit of the Previous Rebbe

Yahrzeit of Larry Geller

19

20

17 Shevat

18 Shevat

Yahrzeit of Berta Halpern

Shabbat Ends: 5:41 PM

Candle Lighting: 4:37 PM

21

19 Shevat

22

20 Shevat Yitro

Yahrzeit of Fischel Minuk

23

21 Shevat

Happy Birthday Julie

24

22 Shevat

25

23 Shevat

26

24 Shevat

27

Shabbat Ends: 5:51 PM

Candle Lighting: 4:47 PM

25 Shevat

28

26 Shevat

Yahrzeit of Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka

30 Yahrzeit of Joe Lavitt

28 Shevat

31

29

27 Shevat

Blessing of the New Month

Mishpatim

29 Shevat Yahrzeit of Anne Gunn

Chabad-Lubavitch of Winnipeg, 1845 Mathers Ave. Winnipeg, MB R3N 0N2

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FEBRUARY SHEVAT – ADAR I TZEDAKA Tzedaka is commonly translated as charity, but really means “justice” or “righteousness”. In Judaism, giving to people in need is not merely a kind thing to do, but rather the just, right behavior. Everything in our lives is a gift from G-d, including the money we earn. G-d has granted us this money, and in doing so, has asked us to partner with Him in distributing to those in need. Every coin we give to the less fortunate allows us to become partners with G-d in providing for the needs of another. In a metaphorical sense, the act of Tzedaka raises us up and empowers us to act as the hand of G-d by distributing the money to those whom G-d has intended.

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FEBRUARY 2022 SUNDAY

SHEVAT - ADAR I 5782

MONDAY

TUESDAY

Light a candLe. Say a prayer. Share the Light.

1

5 Adar I

7

6 Adar I

30 Shevat

Rosh Chodesh

2

THURSDAY 1 Adar I

Rosh Chodesh

3

FRIDAY 2 Adar I

4

Yahrzeit of Harry Dordick

8

May 2019 7 Adar I

9

8 Adar I

14

13 Adar I

5

Candle Lighting: 5:11 PM

10

9 Adar I

11

4 Adar I

Shabbat Ends: 6:12 PM

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12

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Yahrzeit of Norman Wolk

12 Adar I

3 Adar I

Tetzaveh

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13

SATURDAY

Terumah

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6

WEDNESDAY

Shabbat Ends: 6:23 PM

Candle Lighting: 5:23 PM

15

14 Adar I

Purim Katan

15 Adar I 16 Shushan Purim Katan 17

16 Adar I

18

17 Adar I

19

18 Adar I Ki Tisa

Yahrzeit of Rose Nepon Yahrzeit of Ronald Lazar

20

19 Adar I

Shabbat Ends: 6:34 PM

Candle Lighting: 5:35 PM

21

20 Adar I

22

21 Adar I

23

22 Adar I

24

23 Adar I

25

24 Adar I

25 Adar I Ann's Flowers 26 Blessing of the New Month & Gifts

Molad: Thursday, 3/3 at 3:51 (17 chalakim) AM

Vayakhel Inspiration in Bloom Shekalim

Yahrzeit of Irvin Joseph Cohen

Louis Riel Day

27

28

26 Adar I

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Candle Lighting: 5:46 PM

27 Adar I

Yahrzeit of Sam Minuk Chabad-Lubavitch of Winnipeg, 1845 Mathers Ave. Winnipeg, MB R3N 0N2

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MARCH ADAR I - ADAR II 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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MARCH 2022 SUNDAY

ADAR I - ADAR II 5782

MONDAY

TUESDAY

PuRim PaRty

1

28 Adar I

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

2

3

29 Adar I

FRIDAY 30 Adar I

Rosh Chodesh

4

SATURDAY 1 Adar II

Rosh Chodesh

5

2 Adar II Pekudei

Thursday, March 17

Candle Lighting: 5:58 PM

6

3 Adar II

7

4 Adar II

8

5 Adar II

9

6 Adar II

10

7 Adar II

11

Shabbat Ends: 6:57 PM

8 Adar II

12

9 Adar II Vayikra Zachor

Moses’ Birth & Passing

13

10 Adar II

14

11 Adar II

15

12 Adar II

16

13 Adar II

Fast of Esther

17

Yahrzeit of Peshe bat Arie (Goldstein)

Candle Lighting: 6:09 PM

14 Adar II

Purim

18

Shabbat Ends: 7:08 PM

15 Adar II

Shushan Purim

19

16 Adar II

6:03 AM - 8:10 PM

20

17 Adar II

21

18 Adar II

22

19 Adar II

Tzav

Megillah Reading Tonight

Chabad Purim Feast

23

24

20 Adar II

Candle Lighting: 7:21 PM

21 Adar II

25

Shabbat Ends: 8:19 PM

22 Adar II

26

23 Adar II

Blessing of the New Month

Molad: Friday, 4/1 at 4:36 PM

Shemini Parah

Yahrzeit of Kalman Stanilov

Happy Birthday Rabbi Altein

27

28

24 Adar II

25 Adar II

Shabbat Ends: 8:30 PM

Candle Lighting: 7:32 PM

29

26 Adar II

30

27 Adar II

31

28 Adar II

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APRIL ADAR II - NISSAN PASSOVER Passover celebrates the miraculous exodus from Egypt and the birth of the Jewish people. After 210 years of slavery and oppression, G-d freed the Jewish people. The Jews departed in great haste, without even enough time for their dough to rise, resulting in the flat unleavened bread we call Matzah. Each year on Pesach, to commemorate this great miracle of redemption, we eat Matzah and refrain from eating any leavened products, known as Chametz. Jewish homes throughout the world spend the days and weeks before Pesach carefully cleaning their homes, culminating in a search for every last crumb. On the morning before Passover begins, one burns the remaining bits of Chametz found during the search the previous night.

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APRIL 2022 SUNDAY

ADAR II - NISSAN 5782

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1

SATURDAY 29 Adar II

2

1 Nissan

Rosh Chodesh Tazria Hachodesh

Candle Lighting: 7:43 PM

3

2 Nissan

4

3 Nissan

5

4 Nissan

6

5 Nissan

7

6 Nissan

8

Shabbat Ends: 8:42 PM

7 Nissan

9

8 Nissan

Shabbat HaGadol Metzora

Yahrzeit of the Rebbe Rashab

10

9 Nissan

Yahrzeit of Menachem Mendel Perl

11

10 Nissan

12

11 Nissan

Yahrzeit of Vittel Silverberg

Shabbat Ends: 8:53 PM

Candle Lighting: 7:54 PM

13

12 Nissan

14

13 Nissan

15

14 Nissan

Taanit Bechorot

Passover Eve 1st Night Seder

Molad: Sunday, 5/1 at 5:20 (1 chalakim) AM

Chabad Community Seder First Seder begins at 8:59 p.m. Yahrzeit of Mary Barish

Yahrzeit of Sylvia Silverberg

Birthday of the Lubavitcher Rebbe Yahrzeit of Sol Silverberg

Search for chametz at 8:58 p.m. Yahrzeit of the Tzemach Tzedek

17

18

19

21

16 Nissan

Passover Tonight Omer 2

17 Nissan

Passover 1st Intermediate Day Tonight Omer 3

18 Nissan

Passover 2nd Intermediate Day Tonight Omer 4

23 Nissan

Tonight Omer 9

19 Nissan

Passover 3rd Intermediate Day Tonight Omer 5

Yahrzeit of Max Minuk Happy Birthday Aryeh Pfeffer

Holiday Ends: 9:08 PM

24

20

25

24 Nissan

Tonight Omer 10

26

25 Nissan

Tonight Omer 11

27

26 Nissan

Tonight Omer 12

20 Nissan

Passover 4th Intermediate Day Tonight Omer 6

Eat Chametz until: 11:11 AM Burn Chametz by: 12:20 PM Candle Lighting: 8:04 PM

22

16

15 Nissan

Passover 2nd Night Seder Tonight Omer 1

Second Seder begins at 9:05 p.m. Candle Lighting: after 9:05 PM

21 Nissan

Passover Tonight Omer 7

23

22 Nissan

Passover - Yizkor Tonight Omer 8

Moshiach Seuda Yahrzeit of Shaino Stitz Candle Lighting: 8:14 PM

28

27 Nissan

Tonight Omer 13

Holiday & Shabbat End: 9:18 PM

Candle Lighting: 8:15 PM

29

28 Nissan

Tonight Omer 14

30

29 Nissan

Tonight Omer 15

Blessing of the New Month

Acharei

Yahrzeit of Yosef Yitzchak Altein

Yahrzeit of David Stitz

Chabad-Lubavitch of Winnipeg, 1845 Mathers Ave. Winnipeg, MB R3N 0N2

Avot 1

Happy Birthday Esther Halpern Candle Lighting: 8:26 PM (204) 339-8737

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MAY IYAR - SIVAN LAG BAOMER Lag Baomer is a joyous day on the Jewish calendar, with bonfires customarily being lit as part of the celebrations. Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai, the great scholar and Kabbalist of the 2nd century, passed away on this day and instructed his students to mark the day as “the day of my joy”. Rabbi Shimon was a great mystic, and through his writing of Kabbalah, his bright light shines until today. Bonfires are a symbol of the fiery spirit of the deep and mystical teachings that Rabbi Shimon shared with the world, reminding us of our mission to bring light into the world as well.

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MAY 2022 SUNDAY

1

IYAR - SIVAN 5782

MONDAY 30 Nissan

Rosh Chodesh Tonight Omer 16

2

TUESDAY 1 Iyar

Rosh Chodesh Tonight Omer 17

Yahrzeit of Phil Kravetsky Yahrzeit of Mildred Gutkin

8

7 Iyar

Tonight Omer 23

9

8 Iyar

Tonight Omer 24

2 Iyar

Tonight Omer 18

4

THURSDAY 3 Iyar

Tonight Omer 19

Birthday of the Rebbe Maharash

Yahrzeit of Shimon ben Moshe Yonah haLevy (Goldstein)

10

11

9 Iyar

Tonight Omer 25

10 Iyar

Tonight Omer 26

5

FRIDAY 4 Iyar

Tonight Omer 20

14 Iyar

Pesach Sheini Tonight Omer 30

16

15 Iyar

Tonight Omer 31

17

16 Iyar

Tonight Omer 32

21 Iyar

Tonight Omer 37

23

22 Iyar

Tonight Omer 38

24

23 Iyar

Tonight Omer 39

5 Iyar

Tonight Omer 21

12

11 Iyar

Tonight Omer 27

13

17 Iyar

Tonight Omer 33

19

18 Iyar

Lag BaOmer Tonight Omer 34

25

24 Iyar

Tonight Omer 40

26

25 Iyar

Tonight Omer 41

20

12 Iyar

Tonight Omer 28

14

13 Iyar

Tonight Omer 29 Avot 3 Emor

Yahrzeit of Max Niederhoffer

Shabbat Ends: 9:53 PM

19 Iyar

Tonight Omer 35

21

20 Iyar

Tonight Omer 36 Avot 4 Behar

Shabbat Ends: 10:05 PM

Candle Lighting: 8:57 PM

27

6 Iyar

Tonight Omer 22 Avot 2 Kedoshim

Shabbat Ends: 9:41 PM

Candle Lighting: 8:47 PM

18

7

Candle Lighting: 8:37 PM

Chabad Family BBQ at the Park

22

6

SATURDAY

Israel Independence Day Yahrzeit of Lucy Bricker

Yahrzeit of Ze’ev ben Menachem Zvi (Apt)

Mother’s Day

15

3

WEDNESDAY

26 Iyar

Tonight Omer 42

28

27 Iyar

Tonight Omer 43

Blessing of the New Month

Molad: Monday, 5/30 at 6:04 (2 chalakim) PM

Bechukotai

Victoria Day

29

28 Iyar

Tonight Omer 44

Yom Yerushalayim Yahrzeit of Nora Rachel bat David Chaim and Celia

30

Shabbat Ends: 10:14 PM

Candle Lighting: 9:05 PM

29 Iyar

Tonight Omer 45

31

1 Sivan

Rosh Chodesh Tonight Omer 46

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Yahrzeit of Ziva Shkolnik

Chabad-Lubavitch of Winnipeg, 1845 Mathers Ave. Winnipeg, MB R3N 0N2

Avot 5

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JUNE SIVAN - TAMMUZ 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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SIVAN - TAMMUZ 5782

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

1

THURSDAY 2 Sivan

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FRIDAY 3 Sivan

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SATURDAY 4 Sivan

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Shavuot Yizkor

Yahrzeit of Dorothy Niederhoffer

7

8 Sivan

12

13 Sivan

Holiday Ends: 10:25 PM Yahrzeit of Harry Gutkin

13

14 Sivan

9 Sivan

9

10 Sivan

10

Candle Lighting: after 10:23 PM

11 Sivan

11

12 Sivan Avot 1 Naso

Reading of 10 Commandments Yahrzeit of Moshe Reuter Yahrtzeir of the Baal Shem Tov Candle Lighting: after 10:20 PM

8

Candle Lighting: 9:13 PM

14

15 Sivan

Happy Birthday Miryam Pfeffer Anniversary of Esther and Sidney Halpern

15

16 Sivan

Shabbat Ends: 10:30 PM

Candle Lighting: 9:18 PM

16

17 Sivan

17

18 Sivan

18

19 Sivan Avot 2 Behaalotecha

Yahrzeit of Ahuva Kravetsky

19

20 Sivan

Yahrzeit of Esther Perl

20

21 Sivan

21

Shabbat Ends: 10:33 PM

Candle Lighting: 9:22 PM

22 Sivan

22

23 Sivan

23

24 Sivan

24

25 Sivan

25

26 Sivan

Blessing of the New Month

Molad,: Wednesday, 6/29 at 6:48 (3 chalakim) AM

Shelach

Father’s Day

26

Shabbat Ends: 10:34 PM

Candle Lighting: 9:23 PM

27 Sivan

27

28 Sivan

Yahrzeit of Yechezkel ben Sofia Allami

28

29 Sivan

29

30 Sivan

Rosh Chodesh

Yahrzeit of Frank (Friedel Sholom) Lavitt

Chabad-Lubavitch of Winnipeg, 1845 Mathers Ave. Winnipeg, MB R3N 0N2

30

Avot 3

1 Tammuz

Rosh Chodesh

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JULY TAMMUZ - MENACHEM AV HILLS OF 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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JULY 2022 SUNDAY

TAMMUZ - MENACHEM AV 5782

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1

SATURDAY 2 Tammuz

Canada Day

4 Tammuz

4

5 Tammuz

5

6 Tammuz

6

7 Tammuz

7

8 Tammuz

8

3 Tammuz

Gimmel Tammuz Avot 4 Korach

Yahrzeit of the Lubavitcher Rebbe

Candle Lighting: 9:22 PM

3

2

Shabbat Ends: 10:32 PM

9 Tammuz

9

10 Tammuz

Avot 5

Chukat

10

11 Tammuz

Camp Gan Israel begins

Yahrzeit of Irwin (Yitzchak) Green

11

12

12 Tammuz

13 Tammuz

Yahrzeit of Cheryl Lazar

13

14 Tammuz

14

15 Tammuz

Shabbat Ends: 10:28 PM

Candle Lighting: 9:19 PM

15

16 Tammuz

16

17 Tammuz

Avot 6

Balak

Yahrzeit of Chief Rabbi Israel Isaac Birthday and Liberation of the Kahanovitch ZT’L Previous Rebbe

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

17

19

18 Tammuz

Fast of Shiva Asar B'Tammuz

18

19 Tammuz

20 Tammuz

Candle Lighting: 9:14 PM

20

21 Tammuz

21

22 Tammuz

22

Shabbat Ends: 10:21 PM

23 Tammuz

23

Pinchas

Molad: Thursday, 7/28 at 7:32 (4 chalakim) PM

3:08 AM - 10:16 PM

24

25 Tammuz

25

26 Tammuz

26

27 Tammuz

Yahrzeit of Ruth Gerstein

Yahrzeit of Pearl (Sholom) Gunn

27

28

28 Tammuz

29 Tammuz

Candle Lighting: 9:06 PM

29

Avot 1

Shabbat Ends: 10:11 PM

1 Av

Rosh Chodesh

30

2 Av Avot 2 Matot - Massei

Yahrzeit of Israel (Sonny) Raber

31

24 Tammuz

Blessing of the New Month

3 Av Yahrzeit of R’ Moshe Yisroel Martin

Chabad-Lubavitch of Winnipeg, 1845 Mathers Ave. Winnipeg, MB R3N 0N2

Candle Lighting: 8:57 PM (204) 339-8737

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AUGUST MENACHEM AV - ELUL 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 sanctuary where our physical selves could truly be at one with G-dliness, the place where our souls could truly feel comfortable and safe.

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AUGUST 2022 SUNDAY

MENACHEM AV - ELUL 5782

MONDAY

1

TUESDAY 4 Av

2

WEDNESDAY 5 Av

3

THURSDAY 6 Av

4

FRIDAY 7 Av

5

SATURDAY 8 Av

6

9 Av

Shabbat Chazon Devarim

Civic Holiday

7

10 Av

Fast of Tishah B'Av

8

Yahrzeit of Esther Dreman

11 Av

9

12 Av

10

13 Av

Fast Ends: 9:42 PM

17 Av

14 Av

Yahrzeit of Barry Green (Baruch Asher)

Yahrzeit of Gary Kravetsky

14

11

15

18 Av

16

19 Av

17

20 Av

18

Fast Begins: 9:02 PM Shabbat Ends: 9:47 PM

Candle Lighting: 8:46 PM

12

15 Av Tu B'v

13

Day of Joy

Shabbat Ends: 9:34 PM

Candle Lighting: 8:34 PM

21 Av

19

16 Av

Shabbat Nachamu Avot 3 Va'etchanan

22 Av

20

23 Av

Blessing of the New Month

Avot 4 Eikev

Molad: Shabbat, 8/27 at 8:16 (5 chalakim) AM

21

24 Av

22

25 Av

Yahrzeit of Evelyn Goldstein

Yahrzeit of Uri Schnitzer Yahrzeit of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson

Yahrzeit of David S. Kaufman Yahrzeit of Chaim Halpern

23

24

25

26 Av

Yahrzeit of Tzivia (Sherry) Roseman

28

1 Elul

Rosh Chodesh

29

2 Elul

30

27 Av

Yahrzeit of Albertina (Berdie) Cohen

3 Elul

31

Chabad-Lubavitch of Winnipeg, 1845 Mathers Ave. Winnipeg, MB R3N 0N2

28 Av

Yahrzeit of Judge Sam Minuk

Shabbat Ends: 9:19 PM

Candle Lighting: 8:21 PM

26

29 Av

27

30 Av

Rosh Chodesh Avot 5 Re'eh

Yahrzeit of Deena Kravetsky

Shabbat Ends: 9:04 PM

Candle Lighting: 8:07 PM

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SEPTEMBER 2022 SUNDAY

ELUL 5782 - TISHREI 5783

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1

5 Elul

2

SATURDAY 6 Elul

3

7 Elul

Avot 6 Shoftim

Shabbat Ends: 8:48 PM

Candle Lighting: 7:52 PM

4

8 Elul

5

9 Elul

6

10 Elul

7

11 Elul

8

12 Elul

9

13 Elul

10

14 Elul

Avot 1 & 2 Ki Teitzei

Yahrzeit of Alan Bronstone

Labour Day

11

12

18

15 Elul

22 Elul

Yahrzeit of Jack Barish

16 Elul

13

17 Elul

Yahrzeit of Sadie Lyons (Ludwick) Yahrzeit of Edith Minuk

Yahrzeit of Sherri Gall

19

20

23 Elul

14

18 Elul

Chai Elul

15

19 Elul

Birthday of the Baal Shem Tov and Alter Rebbe Yahrzeit of Adam Anhang

24 Elul

21

Shabbat Ends: 8:33 PM

Candle Lighting: 7:37 PM

25 Elul

22

26 Elul

16

20 Elul

17

Candle Lighting: 7:22 PM

23

21 Elul

Selichot Tonight Avot 3 & 4 Ki Tavo

Shabbat Ends: 8:16 PM

27 Elul

24

28 Elul

Avot 5 & 6

Molad: Sunday, 9/25 at 9:00 (6 chalakim) PM

Nitzavim

Yahrzeit of Dr. Moses Kahanovitch OBM

Yahrzeit of Ian Dordick

25

29 Elul

Rosh Hashanah Eve

Yahrzeit of Irving Bricker Birthday of the Tzemach Tzedek

26

1 Tishrei

Rosh Hashanah

27

Yahrzeit of David Abosh

Candle Lighting: 7:06 PM

2 Tishrei

Rosh Hashanah

28

3 Tishrei

Fast of Gedaliah 5:47 AM - 7:48 PM

29

4 Tishrei

30

Shabbat Ends: 8:01 PM

5 Tishrei

at Chabad - Lubavitch of Winnipeg

Tashlich Yahrzeit of Eliyahu Mizrahi

Yahrzeit of Fred Kravetsky

Candle Lighting: 7:02 PM Candle Lighting: after 7:53 PM Holiday Ends: 7:54 PM Chabad-Lubavitch of Winnipeg, 1845 Mathers Ave. Winnipeg, MB R3N 0N2

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5783 ‫תשפ”ג‬

OCTOBER 2022 SUNDAY

2

1

7 Tishrei

7 Cheshvan

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

2

3

4

8 Cheshvan

9 Cheshvan

14 Tishrei

Sukkot Eve

Molad: Tuesday, 10/25 at 9:44 (7 chalakim) AM

16

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

4

9 Tishrei

Yom Kippur Eve

5

5

21 Tishrei

Sukkot Hoshana Rabbah

Candle Lighting: 6:17 PM

10

15 Tishrei Sukkot

11

Candle Lighting: after 7:23 PM

17

22 Tishrei

Shemini Atzeret Yizkor

28 Tishrei

24

29 Tishrei

30

5 Cheshvan

31

6 Cheshvan

Sukkot

Yom Kippur Yizkor

6

11 Tishrei

7

17 Tishrei

13

24 Tishrei

20

Sukkot 1st Intermediate Day

18

23 Tishrei

Simchat Torah

8

18 Tishrei

Sukkot 2nd Intermediate Day

14

19 Tishrei

Sukkot 3rd Intermediate Day

15

Candle Lighting: 6:21 PM

19

Candle Lighting: 5:42 PM

6

7

13 Cheshvan

8

14 Cheshvan

9

15 Cheshvan

10

16 Cheshvan

11

17 Cheshvan

25 Tishrei

21

Shabbat Ends: 7:16 PM

26 Tishrei

22

Candle Lighting: 4:32 PM

13

14

20 Cheshvan

15

21 Cheshvan

16

22 Cheshvan

17

23 Cheshvan

18

24 Cheshvan

30 Tishrei

Rosh Chodesh

26

1 Cheshvan

Rosh Chodesh

27

2 Cheshvan

28

3 Cheshvan

29

Candle Lighting: 5:54 PM

SUNDAY

Shabbat Ends: 6:52 PM

KISLEV - TEVET 5783

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

1

11 Cheshvan

FRIDAY 7 Kislev

2

SATURDAY 8 Kislev

3

Candle Lighting: 4:23 PM

20

21

27 Cheshvan

22

28 Cheshvan

23

29 Cheshvan

24

30 Cheshvan

Rosh Chodesh

25

1 Kislev

Rosh Chodesh

Candle Lighting: 4:12 PM

4

18 Cheshvan

10 Kislev

5

11 Kislev

6

12 Kislev

7

13 Kislev

8

14 Kislev

9

15 Kislev

Shabbat Ends: 5:14 PM

10

Candle Lighting: 4:09 PM

11

Blessing of the New Month

17 Kislev

12

18 Kislev

13

19 Kislev

Yud Tes Kislev

14

20 Kislev

15

21 Kislev

16

22 Kislev

Shabbat Ends: 5:13 PM

17

Candle Lighting: 4:10 PM

Shabbat Ends: 5:24 PM

18

2 Kislev

24 Kislev

19

25 Kislev

Chanukah

20

26 Kislev

Chanukah

21

27 Kislev

Chanukah

22

28 Kislev

Chanukah

23

29 Kislev

Chanukah

Shabbat Ends: 5:15 PM

24

3 Kislev

28

4 Kislev

29

5 Kislev

30

6 Kislev

Molad: Friday, 12/23 at 11:12 (9 chalakim) AM

Molad: Wednesday, 11/23 at 10:28 (8 chalakim) PM

27

30 Kislev

Chanukah Rosh Chodesh Mikeitz

6th Light Tonight Shabbat Ends: 5:18 PM

23 Kislev

Blessing of the New Month

Vayeishev

Toldot

Candle Lighting: 4:16 PM

16 Kislev Vayishlach

25 Cheshvan

26

9 Kislev Vayeitzei

Chayei Sarah

26 Cheshvan

4 Cheshvan Noach

Shabbat Ends: 5:32 PM

19

27 Tishrei

Blessing of the New Month

Shabbat Ends: 7:03 PM

Candle Lighting: 6:07 PM

Holiday Ends: 7:11 PM

25

Vayeira

19 Cheshvan

20 Tishrei

Sukkot 4th Intermediate Day

Bereishit

Shabbat Ends: 6:41 PM

12

13 Tishrei

Shabbat Ends: 7:31 PM

Candle Lighting: 6:36 PM

Fast & Holiday End: 7:37 PM

12

12 Tishrei

Lech Lecha

12 Cheshvan

6 Tishrei

Shabbat Shuva

Ha'azinu

Holiday Ends: 7:24 PM

Candle Lighting: after 7:09 PM

23

16 Tishrei

10 Tishrei

DECEMBER 2022

SATURDAY 10 Cheshvan

3

8 Tishrei

Fast & Candle Lighting: 6:42 PM

9

Candle Lighting: 6:32 PM

TUESDAY

THURSDAY

Shabbat Ends: 7:46 PM

CHESHVAN - KISLEV 5783

MONDAY

WEDNESDAY

Vayeilech

ROSH HASHANA ............................................ Sunday Eve - Tuesday SEPTEMBER 25 - 27 YOM KIPPUR ...................................................Tuesday Eve - Wednesday OCTOBER 4 - 5 SUKKOT ..................................................................Sunday Eve - Sunday OCTOBER 9 - 16 SHEMINI ATZERET - SIMCHAT TORAH .............Sunday Eve - Tuesday OCTOBER 16 - 18 CHANUKAH ...................................................... Sunday Eve - Monday DECEMBER 18 - 26 PURIM .......................................................................... Monday Eve - Tuesday MARCH 6 - 7 PASSOVER ............................................................ Wednesday Eve - Thursday APRIL 5 - 13 SHAVUOT .................................................................. Thursday Eve - Saturday MAY 25 - 27

SUNDAY

TUESDAY

1

JEWISH HOLIDAYS 5783

NOVEMBER 2022

TISHREI - CHESHVAN 5783

MONDAY

1st Light Tonight

2nd Light Tonight

4th Light Tonight

3rd Light Tonight

7th Light Tonight

5th Light Tonight Candle Lighting: 4:13 PM

25

1 Tevet

Chanukah Rosh Chodesh

26

2 Tevet

Chanukah

27

3 Tevet

28

4 Tevet

29

5 Tevet

30

6 Tevet

Shabbat Ends: 5:18 PM

31

7 Tevet Vayigash

8th Light Tonight Candle Lighting: 4:18 PM

Shabbat Ends: 5:23 PM


JEWISH HOLIDAY SCHEDULE

Candle Lighting Guide

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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:

3. THE BLESSING: Baruch a-ta A-do-nay Elohei-nu me-lech ha-o-lam a-sher ki-dee-sha-nu bi-mitz-vo-tav vi-tzi-va-noo li-had-leek ner shel Sha-bat Ko-desh. TRANSLATION: Blessed are you, L-rd our G-d, King of the universe, who has sanctified us with His commandments, and commanded us to kindle the light of the Holy Shabbat. 4. SAY A PRAYER. The moments immediately after reciting the blessing, while the woman’s eyes are still covered, are an extremely auspicious time for her to offer a private prayer for anything her heart desires. It is customary to use this special time to appeal to G-d for children who will glow with the radiance of the Torah, and that He light up the world with the light of the Redemption.

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

BLESSING

Sep. 6 Sep. 7 Sep. 8

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

Sep. 15 Sep. 16

Yom Kippur Begins (Sunset) Yom Kippur

Sep. 20 Sep. 21 Sep. 22 Sep. 27 Sep. 28 Sep. 29

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

Nov. 28 Dec. 6

Chanukah Begins (Sunset) Chanukah Ends (Nightfall)

March 16 March 17

Purim Begins (Sunset) Purim Day

April 15 April 16 April 17 April 21 April 22 April 23

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

*3 & 4 * *3 & 4

June 4 June 5 June 6

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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Jewish Calendar 5782  

Winnipeg's Jewish Calendar is published each year by Chabad-Lubavitch of Winnipeg in time for the Jewish new year and thousands are distribu...

Jewish Calendar 5782  

Winnipeg's Jewish Calendar is published each year by Chabad-Lubavitch of Winnipeg in time for the Jewish new year and thousands are distribu...

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