Passover 2022 starts on April 15 and is a time for families to celebrate the Jewish people’s freedom from the pharaoh of Egypt. Whether you are looking to start new holiday traditions or are looking for a way to get kids more involved in the festivities, there are tons of events and activities that the whole family will love.
Community Passover Seder
You are invited to a Royal Community Passover Seder! This Passover Seder is easy to follow and interactive. The seder is integrated with meaningful insights, stimulating discussions, delightful food, song and Jewish humor. The atmosphere is warm and friendly. Relive the exodus, discuss Passover’s relevance today, and celebrate the freedom of Passover in the same way our ancestors have over the last 3,326 years. Melville & Huntington Chabad Center, 498 Sweet Hollow Rd., Melville. $55, Advanced Registration Required. 8 p.m. April 15 and 16.
Chabad & Young Israel of Patchogue 2022 Passover Seders
Don’t pass over Passover! Enjoy a traditional and meaningful Seder with the community. Young Israel of Patchogue, 28 Mowbray St., Patchogue. $36; $15 children younger than 12 per night, Advanced Registration Required. April 15 and April 16, Friday, 7 p.m.; Saturday, 7:15 p.m.
Do you have plans for the Seder? If you are looking for a meaningful, delicious meal catered by Chap-a-Nosh, a traditional Seder that feels like family, join Chabad for a Community Seder on the first night of Pesach. Chabad of the Five Towns, 74 Maple Ave, Cedarhurst. $54; $36 child, Advanced Registration Required. 8 p.m. April 15.
Enjoy a meaningful and interactive Seder with a warm atmosphere, gourmet Passover cuisine, an international wine selection, and hand-made matzah. Town of Oyster Bay Chabad, 678 Woodbury Rd, Woodbury. $60; $18 child each night, Advanced Registration Required. 7 p.m. April 15 and 16.
Second Night of Passover Family Seder
Enjoy the holiday of freedom at an upbeat inspirational Seder, complete with a gourmet Passover dinner, the original hand-made Shmurah Matzah, and four cups of exquisite Kosher wine. Journey through the Haggadah, with traditional songs, stories, and spiritual insights. Chabad of Hewlett, 24 Everit Ave, Hewlett. $65; $40 child, Advanced Registration Required. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. April 16, call for time.
-Compiled by New York Family
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