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Tu Bishvat in Israel

Tu B'Shevat, also known as Tu B'Shevet or Tu Bishvat, is the day that trees come of age according to Jewish law. Jewish people mark this day by eating a symbolic meal of fruit and nuts or planting trees.

Is Tu Bishvat a Public Holiday?

Tu Bishvat is not a public holiday. Businesses have normal opening hours.

Tu B'Shevat is the day that trees come of age according to Jewish law.
Tu B'Shevat is the day that trees come of age according to Jewish law.
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About Tu Bishvat

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Tu Bishvat Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2010SatJan 30Tu BishvatObservance, Hebrew
2011ThuJan 20Tu BishvatObservance, Hebrew
2012WedFeb 8Tu BishvatObservance, Hebrew
2013SatJan 26Tu BishvatObservance, Hebrew
2014ThuJan 16Tu BishvatObservance, Hebrew
2015WedFeb 4Tu BishvatObservance, Hebrew
2016MonJan 25Tu BishvatObservance, Hebrew
2017SatFeb 11Tu BishvatObservance, Hebrew
2018WedJan 31Tu BishvatObservance, Hebrew
2019MonJan 21Tu BishvatObservance, Hebrew
2020MonFeb 10Tu BishvatObservance, Hebrew

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