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The Jewish New Year is two days and is enjoyed with much celebration and feasting.
Rosh Hashanah began September 9, 2018 at sundown. In Hebrew, it means "head of the year." And is called a time of judgment. It's always celebrated on the first and second days of Tishrei, And according to the Gregorian calendar, it is generally in September or October. It's the High Holy days (or 10 days) of Penitence. It's a call to repentance and ends with Yom Kippur. There is blowing of the Shofar (ram's horn). It's a call to repentance. People attend services and refrain from working. Many eat apples dipped in honey (for a sweet year coming).And challah bread is baked. Pomegranates are eaten for symbolic reasons. They also walk to a
river and recite prayers.
So to all our Jewish friends and relatives, HAPPY NEW YEAR! Good things will come.