Quick Links for Passover History and Gifts26th March 2013

Parting Red SeaEveryone at Jewish Gift Place wishes all our readers and customers a very safe and happy holiday!  Feel free to share your Passover stories, recipes, and pictures in the comments section.  We’d love to hear about your traditions and what makes your Seder meal so special.  If your family can be a bit much to bear, try these ways to liven up your Passover holiday.  After all, it is a celebration and we should be having fun! For many families, though, being together is not an option.  New technological advances have changed the way we bond over a meal together.

Teaching the story of Passover is one of the most important traditions of the holiday.  Here are some quick links to help you inform your non-Jewish friends or youngsters in the family what makes this holiday so special:

Feel free to visit the website, Jewishgiftplace.com for all your Passover gifts.  It’s never too early to plan for next year’s holidays!

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