Celebrate Passover At Home
Passover is this week, begins Wednesday April 8th and ends Thursday April 16th. While we are all practicing social distancing, celebrating this holiday will look different for many. With the inability to attend services or host a large seder, you may have to get a little creative!
This year involving the immediate family in cooking the seder meal may be a fun activity, and a way to make this year special even without the ability to go to temple or gather with your extended family. If you are not up for cooking, or do not want to go out to get ingredients, check out these places to have a catered meal:
Butterfield Market and Catering also has passover meals ready to cater for you! Check out their website for their Upper East Side locations and numbers to place your order.
If you usually go to your Aunt or Grandparent’s house for seder and they have the Haggadahs, check out this website that has many free Haggadahs available! Click here.
Connect With Family
If you typically celebrate Passover with your extended family, this year won’t feel quite the same. While you should not risk affecting your grandparents or anyone outside your immediate family by being with them in person, you still can see them and share a seder together via Zoom or other video conferencing tools! I am sure that your parents or grandparents would love to see their grandchildren! (You just may have to teach them how to use Zoom before your seder begins.)
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