Passover comes early this year, beginning the evening of Saturday, March 27. It coincides with the ramping up of the COVID vaccination program—what is hopefully, a light at the end of a dark, scary tunnel.
However, Passover will still look different for most of us this year. Here's a roundup of activities and resources to help you have a meaningful festival of liberation.
Activities For Kids and Families
Teach the story of Passover to your kids, and pass down the traditions and lessons we have shared for generations.
Holiday stories, activities and games from a leading Jewish children's organization
Sensory-friendly Passover activities for children and families of all abilities
Make the seder fun with this interactive version designed for children ages 3-8
More appropriate for older kids, this is a goofy (and "Jewbarrassment-free") take on a traditional seder
Get Help Putting On A Seder
There are so many ways to create a DIY seder. Check out these resources to learn more.
Seder In A Box
Make 2021 the year you introduce your own family haggadah! Check out this online resource with thousands of options for blessing, artwork, translations, songs, activities and more.
Virtual seder with an LGBTQ focus. Those in greater Philadelphia can sign up for a free seder kit to pick up or have delivered!
Celebrating the holiday as a young adult has never been easier
Jewish Grad Network will reimburse up to $50 for Passover food per household. Alcohol can not be reimbursed. Upload your receipts and submit your information into the form here.
Jewish Grad Network’s Shabbox includes items to help you celebrate both Shabbat and Passover, including a seder plate and matzah. Sign up to receive one here.
OneTable connects people with Shabbat dinners and Passover seders in their community. Virtual and socially-distanced for the time being!
Schmooze and craft with other Jewish 20- and 30-somethings during Moishe House's Pesach craft classes! Sign up here.
Join Tribe12 for a joint Passover and April Fool's virtual game night here.