Potted Plants

Stop by a nursery and purchase a small plant to celebrate Tu biSh'vat.

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Tree Time

Tu b'Shevat, the Jewish New Year for Trees is only two days away! If you would like to plant a tree in Israel, contact the JNF. If you would like to plant a tree in your home town,…

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In Celebration

Sunday evening, host a Tu b'shevat Seder for your friends and family.

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Celebrate Tu b’Shevat

Although Tu b’Shevat is technically a demarcation point in order to identify the age of trees, many celebrate it by planting or supporting the planting of trees in Israel, and eating some…

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Modern Day Tu b’Av

If you are single and looking, check out some of the internet's modern day Jewish matchmaking services...you never know!

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Celebrate Tu b’Shevat

Pick up some figs, dates or pomegranates and celebrate Tu b'Shevat.

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The Saddest Day

Given the numerous tragedies that have befallen the Jewish people throughout the centuries on Tisha b'Av, contemplate what we each can do in our own lives to improve our actions and…

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In honor of International Chess Day and former Jewish chess master, Samuel Reshevsky, who won many U.S. Championships, find some time today to enjoy a game of chess.

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Setting an Example

Learn more about philanthropists like Moses Montefiore who not only support, but also perform good deeds on behalf of the Jewish community, and emulate their ways.

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Shabbat for the Taking

Whether a relaxing nap in a properly prepared hammock, an invigorating discussion, or setting aside time to read an intriguing book, learn how to transform Friday night and Saturday into…

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The Four New Years

THE FOUR NEW YEARS The Jewish New Year - We Jews are especially fortunate because the Jewish calendar has four different "New Years," each representing a different feature of the annual…

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One Week From Now

Shabbat Across America and Canada will take place on March 4, 2011. Check here to find a participating location near you.

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Tammy Reid’s Sweet Challah

TraditionalSweet Challah Recipe submitted by Tammy Reid Ingredients: 6 cups flour 3 eggs 3 Tbsp honey 1/3 cup sugar 2…

High Holiday 101 Web Series

High Holiday 101Web Series NJOP’s High Holidays 101 web series features Rabbi Ephraim Z. Buchwald, Founder and Director of…

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Rabbi Buchwald on Purim

Rabbi BuchwaldOn Purim Let Rabbi Ephraim Z. Buchwald, Founder and Director of NJOP, take you through some of the essential…


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Join Worldwide Jewry this Shabbat in Remembering the Victims in Pittsburgh

Join worldwide Jewry this Shabbat in remembering the victims in Pittsburgh. Participate this Shabbat in Jewish Federations of North America's “Solidarity Shabbat,” and online in…

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For the Fast

Fast days such as today are meant for inspiring acts of teshuva (repentance). Think about how your actions may have affected other people and apologize or forgive if…

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One More Day

One more day until SHABBAT ACROSS AMERICA AND CANADA, find out more here.

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Invite Your Friends

If you are already planning to attend a SHABBAT ACROSS AMERICA AND CANADA program, invite some friends to join you.

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This Shabbat

Make plans to celebrate Shabbat in honor of Shabbat Across America and Canada.

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There are not too many cultures where people laugh when they are told to “shut up, please!” Yet, there are many Jews who, in that situation, do exactly that- laugh! In fact, anyone who…

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Avinu – Our Father

One of the most common ways of addressing God in the Jewish liturgy is Avinu, our Father. By addressing God as Avinu, one can not only learn about humanity’s…

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The Might of the Pen

The fact that today is National Ballpoint Pen Day offers Jewish Treats the opportunity to introduce Lazlo Biro, the Hungarian-Jewish inventor of the now ubiquitous ballpoint writing…

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