This year, Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown on September 25th and ends at sundown on September 27th.
Rosh Hashanah literally means, ‘head of the year’ and is the Jewish New Year.
Jewish families all over the world celebrate this time of inner renewal and atonement with traditional foods and customs.
We’ve gathered some of those traditions and customs below. However, for a more robust list and more information on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, head on over to My Jewish Learning. And don’t forget to wish your Jewish friends and/or family a Happy New Year, Shana Tova, or a Happy Rosh Hashanah!
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