Sunday October 21, 2018

Shavuot 2013

Torah scriptures and golden brown wheat.Torah scriptures and golden brown wheat.

Shavuot for the year 2013 starts on Wednesday, May 15th ending the two day holiday at sundown on Thursday, May 16th. Because the Jewish calendar is a lunar calendar, the holiday begins on the sunset of the previous day on the evening of Tuesday, May 14th.

Shavuot is observed on the 6th or 7th of Sivan on the Hebrew calendar. The day marks the wheat harvest in Israel and commemorates the day God gave the Torah to Israel on Mount Sinai.

More information on Shavuot. (Dates, Customs and History for Shavuot)

Name(s):Shavuot, Feast of Weeks, Shovuos, Shavu'oth
Type:Observance, Jewish
When:6th or 7th of Sivan in Hebrew Calendar

How many days to Shavuot 2013?

Wednesday, May 15th is the 134 day of the 2013 calendar year with -5 years, -5 months, -6 days until the celebration/ observance of Shavuot 2013.

May 2013 Holidays

Date Holiday Details Days to Go
May 1May Day 2013Observance-1999
May 2Passover - Final Day 2013Jewish-1998
May 2National Day of Prayer 2013Observance-1998
May 3Orthodox Good Friday 2013Orthodox-1997
May 5Orthodox Easter 2013Orthodox-1995
May 5Cinco de Mayo 2013Observance-1995
May 6National Nurses Day 2013Observance-1994
May 9Ascension Day 2013Christian-1991
May 12Mothers' Day 2013Observance-1988
May 15Peace Officers Memorial Day 2013Observance-1985
May 15Shavuot 2013Jewish-1985
May 19Pentecost 2013Christian-1981
May 20Whit Monday 2013Christian-1980
May 22National Maritime Day 2013Observance-1978
May 27Memorial Day 2013Federal Holiday-1973
May 30Corpus Christi 2013Christian-1970

Shavuot by Year

Related Holidays in 2013

Federal Holidays 2013