“We’re doing some heavy cleaning at home tomorrow for Passover, and my wife needs me to help with moving the refrigerator and scrubbing the hard-to-reach parts of the kitchen.”
“We’re short-handed, Abe,” the boss replies. “I just can’t give you the day off.”Abq Jew thanks Chabad of Santa Fe for that story and this picture.
“Thanks, boss,” says Abe, “I knew I could count on you!”
So here we are, each of us and all of us, making final arrangements for our Passover Seders. Where to go? To invite or (wait) ... to be invited? Thus, Abq Jew thoughtfully provides a Seder Roundup for all of us last-minute reservation-makers.
First of all, you must know that the Chabad hangouts in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Las Cruces are offering Seders for both the first and second nights of Passover. Chabad of Taos appears to be offering a First Night Seder only.
In fact, you can eat Pesachdik by Chabad of Santa Fe (and, more than likely, any Chabad location) anytime during the holiday.
In Albuquerque, Chabad of New Mexico and Congregation Nahalat Shalom are offering Seders for both nights.
And - to the best of Abq Jew's knowledge - Chabad of New Mexico is the only place in all of the Land of Enchantment where you may (or may not, if they're sold old) find
Kosher for Passover Horseradish!
Congregation B'nai Israel and Congregation Albert and are second night only.
In Santa Fe, Temple Beth Shalom, Congregation Beit Tikva, and HaMakom are offering Second Night Passover Seders.
But in Taos, Chabad is first night only.
Yes, we're getting down to crunch time!
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