Holiday Calendar 2011-2020

 Major Jewish Holidays

 

Holiday

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

Passover

April 19-26

April
7-14

Mar.26-
April 2

April
15-22

April
4-11

April 23-30

April 11-18

Mar.31-
April 7

April 20-27

April
9-16

Shavuot

June
8-9

May 27-28

May 15-16

June
4-5

May
24-25

June 12-13

May31-
June 1

May 20-21

June
9-10

May 29-30

Rosh Hashanah

Sept. 29-30

Sept. 17-18

Sept.
5-6

Sept. 25-26

Sept. 14-15

Oct.
3-4

Sept. 21-22

Sept.
10-11

Sept.30-
Oct. 1

Sept. 19-20

Yom
Kippur

Oct. 8

Sept. 26

Sept. 14

Oct. 4

Sept. 23

Oct. 12

Sept. 30

Sept. 19

Oct. 9

Sept. 28

Succot

Oct.
13-20

Oct.
1-8

Sept.
19-26

Oct.
9-16

Sept.28-
Oct. 5

Oct. 17-24

Oct.
5-12

Sept.24-
Oct. 1

Oct. 14-21

Oct.
3-10

Simchat Torah

Oct. 21

Oct. 9

Sept. 27

Oct. 17

Oct. 6

Oct. 25

Oct. 13

Oct. 2

Oct. 22

Oct. 11

 

 

Minor Holidays and Fast Days

 

Year

Tu B'Shevat

Purim

Yom Hashoah

2011 January 20 March 20 May 1
2012 February 8 March 8 April 19
2013 January 26 February 24 April 7
2014 January 16 March 16 April 27
2015 February 4 March 5 April 16
2016 January 25 March 24 May 5
2017 February 11 March 12 April 23
2018 January 31 March 1 April 12
2019 January 21 March 21 May 2
2020 February 10 March 10 April 21

 

Year

  Yom Hazikaron

Yom Ha'atzmaut

Lag B'Omer

2011  May 9 May 10 May 22
2012  April 25 April 26 May 10
2013  April 15 April 16 April 28
2014  May 5 May 6 May 18
2015  April 22 April 23 May 7
2016  May 11 May 12 May 26
2017  May 1 May 2 May 14
2018  April 18 April 19 May 3
2019  May 8 May 9 May 23
2020  April 28 April 29 May 12

 

Year

Yom Yerushalayim

Tisha B'Av

Chanukah

2011 June 1 August 9 December 21-28
2012 May 20 July 29 December 9-16
2013 May 8 July 16 Nov. 28-Dec. 5
2014 May 28 August 5 December 17-24
2015 May 17 July 26 December 7-14
2016 June 5 August 14 Dec. 25-Jan. 1
2017 May 24 August 1 December 13-20
2018 May 13 July 22 December 3-10
2019 June 2 August 11 December 23-30
2020 May 22 July 30 December 11-18

 

N.B.  While some adjustments to the normal work routine may be required to fulfill religious obligations for the above holidays, there is no restriction on working. Those who observe the fast day of Tisha B'Av or other fast days not listed herein may have difficulty performing usual work-day duties.

All Jewish holidays, including the Sabbath, commence at sunset on the preceding evening and end at sundown of the holiday.