2014 JEWISH HOLIDAYS NO WORK PERMITTED
On which Jewish holidays is work forbidden? - holidays
Passover: work is prohibited on the first two days (first day in Israel) and last two days (last day in Israel); during the middle four days of Chol Hamoed (five in Israel), work is somewhat limited. Shavuot: work is prohibited. All work is permitted on minor festivals such as Tu b'Shvat and Lag b'Omer.
Jewish Holidays - Chabad
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Jewish Holidays in 2019 - chabad
wwwad›Jewish PracticeJewish Holidays and Festivals. Explanations, observances, study, guide and multimedia to all major and minor Jewish holidays and fast days. No work permitted on October 14 - 15. Work is permitted on October 16 - 18 and October 20 with certain restrictions. Hoshanah Rabbah - October 20, 2019.
Jewish holidays - Wikipedia
Jewish holidays occur on the same dates every year in the Hebrew calendar, but the dates vary in the Gregorian. This is because the Hebrew calendar is a lunisolar calendar ( i.e. , based on the cycles of both the sun and moon), whereas the Gregorian is a solar calendar .