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» Holiday Schedule and Information
Dear students, faculty, and friends,
Passover is just around the corner, and we have a lot going on. Here is a summary of our schedule, and links to register for our Seders, meals, and programs, located at or near Washington U. in St. Louis. We look forward to breaking Matzah with you.
Chana & Rabbi Hershey
Chabad at Washington University
The Chabad Student Association
» Campuswide Seder in College Hall
Last year, over 250 undergraduate students joined this Seder! We offer a joyous and fast-paced Seder that covers all the bases, with singing and insights in beautiful College Hall. Led by students, Chana and Rabbi Hershey, and catered by Bon Appetit. Register soon in order to select a seat with your friends.
Monday, April 10, 7:30 pm. Approx. 2 hours long. (Partially funded by Student Union.)
» JGrads Family-Style Seder
Experience the Seder with other Jewish graduate students and 20-somethings. Share an opportunity to discuss the classic Hagada text in English and explore the meaning of the Seder with fine wines, a full homemade dinner, and crispy hand-made Matzot. The Seder should last about 2.75 hours with optional post-Seder singing and discussion late into the night.
Monday, April 10, 7:30 pm. Chabad House, 7018 Forsyth Blvd.
» Second Night Classic Seder at Chabad
Join us for a fast paced Family-Style Seder... With fine wines, singing, full homemade brisket dinner, and crispy hand-made Matzot. Graduate students are welcome as well.
Tuesday, April 11, 7:45 pm. Chabad House, 7018 Forsyth Blvd.
» Lead Your Own Seder
Planning to lead your own Seder? We have many resources for you--from talented staff to discounted catering to Seder guides.
» Complete Holiday Meal Schedule and RSVP Form
Students, faculty, and friends are invited to join us for holiday meals. Your RSVP helps us ensure that we are able to be prepared for everyone. 
» Passover Food on Campus
AGAIN in 2017: 
The L’Chaim station in Bear’s Den on the South 40 will be OPEN for Passover for breakfast and lunch on Monday, April 10, Thursday, April 13, and Friday, April 14, plus brunch on Sunday, April 16. Hot dinner will be served on Thursday, April 13.
There will also be Kosher for Passover pre-packed meals at the Law School, Etta’s Café, Stanley’s Café, Holmes Lounge, Whispers Café,  Bergson Café (in DUC), Paws & Go Market (S40 House), Millbrook Market (village), and Grounds for Change.
Finally, you can order Kosher for Passover pre-packs for lunch and dinner through GET Food. Details on link below
Brought to you by WashU Dining Services and certified as Kosher for Passover by the Vaad Hoeir of St. Louis.
» 'Pop Up Matzah Stop' on Campus
Locations and details coming soon
» Sell Your Chametz Online
Use this online form to sell your Chametz for Passover.

» Detailed Memo and Pre-Passover Reminders
Rabbi Hershey's annual memo to students, with reminders to clean for Passover, best practices, and a detailed schedule of events.

  »  PDF Here

» Studying Abroad?
Seeking a Seder while studying abroad? We can probably help -- anywhere in the world.

  »  Details Here

» Visit our Passover Megasite
Our Passover Megasite has just about everything you need to celebrate Passover. Includes a downloadable Haggadah.

  »  Right Here

» Be a Passover Sponsor
Have a part in our Seder with your gift, so we may let all who are hungry came and eat.

  »  Donate Here