Passover Begins

Jewish families across Arlington are sitting down for the ritual feast of the First Seder, in observance of the Passover holiday. Arlington’s Congregation Etz Hayim, which is holding morning Passover services through next Tuesdsay, has a Passover guide for the observant or the curious.

Although Passover is primarily a Jewish holiday, non-Jews occasionally join in on the Seder. Across the Potomac tonight, President Obama and the first family will celebrate Passover with top aides and invited guests.

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