Annual Events and Holidays in NYC


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Tu B’Shevat

January 17, 2022 (92 days away)

A minor Jewish holiday that marks the planting date of trees, an important measure of time when following the Biblical traditions surrounding the seven-year agricultural cycle. Current-day observations may involve eating olives, dates, grapes, figs, and pomegranates.

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Upcoming Events

Presidential Primary Election Day (June 23rd)
New York International Auto Show (canceled for 2021) (August 20th)
Full Moon (Blue Moon) (October 31st)

Learn more about: Vietnam War Veterans' Day, Hanukkah or Palm Sunday


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