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The Jewish Calendar Headquarters: Why Do Jewish Holidays Come on Different Secular Dates Each Year?

Updated on November 13, 2014

Welcome to the Jewish Calendar Headquarters

The Jewish Calendar

This is a group for lenses about the Jewish Calendar and Jewish holidays and observances.

If you have written any hubs about Jewish holidays or observances or if you wrote any lenses about the Jewish year (months, for example), let me know by leaving a comment and I'll check out your lens and see if it's appropriate for this lens.

The Jewish Calendar

The Jewish year is very different from the secular year


Lunar vs. Solar, Leap Month vs. Leap Day, 5774 vs. 2014, Holidays and Observances that are religious vs. Holidays and Observances that are secular -- these are just some of the differences between the secular calendar and the Jewish calendar. To truly understand the Jewish holidays, you must endeavor to understand the Jewish Calendar.


Compugraph Designs Arts Now Site

"Arts Now" is a "Print on Demand" site. They have a nice collection of products, including the puzzle pictured here (with the Jewish Star Menora design on it). Click on the picture to order.

Hanukkia Water Bottle
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Compugraph Designs Printfection Store

In addition to our Cafe Press and Zazzle sites (see modules above), we also have a store on "Printfection" which includes cutting boards (good wedding or housewarming gifts), mugs and cups, tees, etc.

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Compugraph Designs Jewelry Site

Compugraph Designs also has a jewelry design page. Please check out our designs like the one pictured here. Click on the picture to see the entire site.

Compugraph Designs Spoonflower Site

Spoonflower is a place where a designer can design his/her own fabric. I have some designs on fabric there -- click on the picture to see all the fabric designs.

Spoonflower also has a weekly contest where you can vote for your favorite design.

Want to join this group? Post your hub below.

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