1)    Passover will begin Monday night, March 25, 2013 and will end on Tuesday, April 2.    
   Passover supplies are available at: 
          Pullman Safeway, where they will have matzah, matzah meal, gluten-free Matzah, four different varieties of chocolate covered Matzah, gefilte fish, multiple flavors of macaroons, etc.
          Moscow Safeway – look for display near the deli or ask the clerks.
          Moscow Food Co-op has matzo (spelt, egg, whole wheat, Israeli, organic); fruit slices; sparkling grape juice; macaroons; wide noodles; gefilte fish; matzo meal; cake meal; coconut marshmallows; Tam crackers and more.
           For children’s games and toys, check with Hodgins Drugstore in Moscow.
2)      Chabad of Spokane will have Seder dinners for both the first and second nights of Passover at the 1912 center in Moscow – 412 E. 3rd St. – across from Moscow High School.  First Seder:  Monday evening, March 25 at 6:30 pm.   Second Seder:  Tuesday evening, March 26th at 7:30 pm.  All are welcome regardless of affiliation.
     RSVP by contacting Rabbi Hahn at  or calling 509-443-0770.   Suggested donations:  adults $30; children $18; and students are free.  Sponsorship: $180.  No one will be turned down due to a lack of funds.
3)      Congregation Emanu-el, Spokane, is inviting members of the Jewish Community of the Palouse to join their annual Seder on March 30, 2013, 4:30-7:30 pm at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 4340 W. Ft. George Wright Dr., Spokane.   It is a family oriented Seder.   There is a charge for attending, but no charge for active military and for children under 7.   Reservations must be received no later than March 27 to ensure seating.   Childcare for pre-school-aged children will be available (donations appreciated).    For more information about the Seder and to make reservations, contact 509-835-5050 or email    For more information about Congregation Emanu-el, visit  

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