Annual Events and Holidays in NYC


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Tu B’Shevat

January 28, 2021 (90 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

NYC public schools midwinter recess begins (February 17th)
Special Election for Queens Borough President (canceled due to coronavirus concerns, with no date scheduled) (March 24th)
NYC public schools Spring recess (schools remain closed due to coronavirus) (April 9th)

Learn more about: Diwali, Purim (begins at sundown) or National Farmers Market Week


Evening Update for Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Bargain-Priced 2-Bed in a Gated Community

Woman Attempts to Kidnap Child at Chabad-Lubavitch Headquarters

March Knife Slashings Come In Like a Lion, Police Added to Subways

Suspect in Deadly Bronx School Stabbing to Appear Before Grand Jury

Evening Update: City Shelter Crisis and Game of Thrones in Union Square