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Erev Shavuot in Israel

Is Erev Shavuot a Public Holiday?

Erev Shavuot is not a public holiday. It falls on Saturday, June 8, 2019 and most businesses follow regular Saturday opening hours in Israel.

Erev Shavuot Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015SatMay 23Erev ShavuotObservance, Hebrew
2016SatJun 11Erev ShavuotObservance, Hebrew
2017TueMay 30Erev ShavuotObservance, Hebrew
2018SatMay 19Erev ShavuotObservance, Hebrew
2019SatJun 8Erev ShavuotObservance, Hebrew
2020ThuMay 28Erev ShavuotObservance, Hebrew
2021SunMay 16Erev ShavuotObservance, Hebrew
2022SatJun 4Erev ShavuotObservance, Hebrew
2023ThuMay 25Erev ShavuotObservance, Hebrew
2024TueJun 11Erev ShavuotObservance, Hebrew
2025SunJun 1Erev ShavuotObservance, Hebrew

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