Passover (Pesach) 2017 begins at dusk on Monday, April 10. It ends on Tuesday, April 18 at nightfall.
→The first two days of Passover 2017 are known as “the first days” and are observed as Jewish Festival Days. The first two days of Passover 2017 begin Monday, April 10 at dusk and ends Wednesday, April 12 at dusk. The Hebrew dates are Nissan 15 and 16. The first Seder takes place on Monday night.
→The final two days of Passover 2017 are known as “the last days” and are also observed as Jewish Festival Days. The last two days of Passover begin Sunday, April 16 at dusk and end Tuesday, April 18 at nightfall. The Hebrew dates are Nissan 21 and 22.
→The intermediate days of Passover 2017 (chol ha moed) are Thursday, April 13 through Sunday, April 16.
→Times for Passover 2017 vary by location. For exact times, click over to MyZmanim, which calculates Jewish holiday times based on location.
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