14 Passover Events in Massachusetts

Looking for crafts, stories, or other ideas to get the kids excited about Passover? Check out these resources from Boston JCC and Jewish Boston. From awesome recommendations for children’s bookshelves to fun games and free downloadable activity pages, they’ve got you covered. And of course, here’s our annual roundup of 14 Fabulous Passover Events in Massachusetts to help you plan your holiday.


March 7: Join Rabbi Eliana Jacobowitz of Temple B'nai Brith for an evening all about the art of Choosing the Right Haggadah for Your Passover Seder (Cambridge)


March 16: Watch Big Joe The Storyteller share the story of Passover with puppets and props, explore the ten plagues with award-winning face painters, and create a Passover craft, then enjoy a dairy style Shabbat dinner buffet and ice cream bar (Sharon)


March 18: At Tot Chef: Passover Edition, little ones can create and package a delicious Passover granola (no nuts) to take home and decorate their own chef's apron and hat (Natick)


March 18: Preschoolers and their grown ups learn to make the popular Israeli breakfast dish, Shakshuka, (a perfect dish for Passover) and learn some new Hebrew words along the way (Newton)


March 18: Grind the flour, knead the dough, and bake the matzah in a stone oven at this Model Matzah Bakery event for kids (Arlington)


March 21: Bring a friend and a favorite Passover dessert to this Passover Wine & Dessert Tasting Moms Night Out (Arlington)


March 22: Rock out with Josh and the Jamtones at a family Passover concert to benefit Project Bread (Somerville)


March 25: Enjoy Haggadah, arts, crossing the sea, a charoset competition, and more at this Passover Family Program (Chestnut Hill)


March 25: At Curious Minds: Family Storytime with Mark Binder, kids and their families can get ready for Passover with creative storytelling and interactive art activities (Dedham)


March 25: Hear local author Jane Sutton read her new book, Paulie's Passover Predicament (Framingham)


March 25: Join the Model Matzah Bakery to experience the ancient art of Shmura Matzah baking -- bake matzah, create Passover arts and crafts, meet Moses and Pharaoh, and participate in a model Seder (Sudbury)


March 27: Have an adventurous holiday with Passover Hide and Seek and explore the plagues, escapes, and timeless ancestral tales through scavenger hunts, obstacle courses, and more (Newton)


March 30: Join this annual Public Community Passover Seder (Arlington)


March 30-31: Hand-baked matzah, fine wines, singing, and a festive holiday dinner make these Passover Community Seders memorable (Natick)

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