Many of us are not able to join family far from home for a Passover Seder. But all is not lost — if you are looking for seder to attend, the UJA Federation of New York has a list of seders open to the public in New York City, Long Island and Westchester.
The list includes synagogues, community centers and other locations, including churches.
The First Seder is next week, Monday, April 10th, and the Second Seder is the following evening.
SEE ALSO Our round-up of FREE talks and films this week with a historical or Jewish theme.
Prices — like locations — are all over the place, from free for children under age 6 to $125 for their parents and grandparents.
Click here for the UJA list of Seders in the NYC five boroughs and nearby, and make your reservation soonest, before spaces are gone.
If you are an interfaith family, the website Interfaith Family is an excellent resource for advice on how to handle interfaith holidays, including Passover, which overlaps with Good Friday and Easter again this year.