Enrich your celebration of Shavu'ot with these holiday resources from The Jewish Theological Seminary. Hag sameah.
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Image credit (left to right): "Ethics of the Fathers" from The Rothschild Mahzor (Italy, 1490); Ruth and Naomi, photogravure by Jules Gabriel Levasseur after a painting by Ary Scheffer (New York, late 19th century)
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Celebrate Shavu'ot with JTS
Join JTS and Congregation Shaare Zedek on Tuesday, May 14, for learning and dinner, an all-night Tikkun Leil Shavu'ot, and an early morning Shaharit service at Congregation Shaare Zedek (212 West 93rd Street, New York City).
Explore Shavu'ot on learn.jtsa.edu
"Why We Eat Dairy on Shavu'ot" by JTS Chancellor Emeritus Ismar Schorsch
Resources for Parents and Families
Reading Tips and Resources for Shavu'ot from PJ Library
"Shavuot Values for Preschoolers" on Kveller
"Why Shavuot Has Few Rituals" on My Jewish Learning by JTS Chancellor Emeritus Ismar Schorsch
"Shavuot Activities for Kids" on My Jewish Learning by JTS alumna Sarah Chandler