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Passover 5771

Jewish Ledger | 4-15-11

Passover begins  with the first seder, at sundown, Monday, April 18. See below for our listing of local Passover events. For more events of interest, check out the Ledger’s Community Calendar!

SUNDAY, APRIL 17
Cheshire – Temple Beth David Passover program for preschoolers; holiday stories, songs with Rabbi Josh, crafts, snacks for children and adults; bring a smock; 11 a.m. – noon; at the Doolittle School, 735 Cornwall Ave., (860) 736-0211, www.tbdchshire.org.

MONDAY, APRIL 18
Greenwich – Community Passover Seder; Temple Sholom, 300 East Putnam Ave., (203) 542-7165.

Glastonbury/Simsbury/West Hartford – Chabad will host community seders in three different locations; call for locations and more information, (860) 232-1116, www.chabadhartford.com; $30 person/$15 student.

TUESDAY, APRIL 19
Bridgeport – Community Second Night Seder; bring your own wine; 6:45 p.m.; services 6 p.m.; Congregation Rodeph Sholom, 2385 Park Ave.

Hamden – Community Passover Seder, 6 p.m.; Congregation Mishkan Israel, 785 Ridge Rd., (203) 288-3877. $45 adults; $22.50 children ages 4 -12; children under 4 FREE

Glastonbury/Simsbury/West Hartford – Chabad will host community seders in three different locations; call for locations and more information, (860) 232-1116, www.chabadhartford.com; $30 person/$15 student.

Middletown – Community Seder; choice of chicken or vegetarian dinner; 5:30 p.m.; Congregation Adath Israel, Broad st., (860) 346-4709. $30 adult; $15 children  ages 5 – 13.

THURSDAY, APRIL 21
Hartford – “Let All Who Are Hungry Come and Eat: An Interfaith Seder to Raise Hunger Awareness,” interfaith seder led by Rabbi David Small and Rev. Tim Oslovich sponsored by JFACT, JCRC, End Hunger Connecticut and Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman; seder meal provided with donation of non-perishable food item; 4:30 p.m.; in the Old Judiciary Room at the CT State Capitol, (860) 727-5771, interfaithseder@mcmgmt.com.

SUNDAY, APRIL 24
Norwalk – Seventh night of Passover dinner; services 6:30 p.m., followed by prime rib dinner and activities for children; Congregation Beth El, 109 East Ave., (203) 838-2710, info@congbethel.org.

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