Wednesday -First Night of Passover
Chocolate Decadence, World Class Vanilla, Chocolate Mint, Butter Pecan, Very Berry, and Butter Brickle.
Cone Day $2.08 ( $2.27 after tax)
Why Do We Celebrate Passover?
Passover, or Pesach, is the first of the major Jewish festivals mentioned in the Bible. Passover celebrates God freeing the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt, led by the prophet Moses. The story of Moses and of Passover can be found in the Bible's Book of Exodus.
Each year during this holiday, families gather to retell the story of Passover and renew its message of hope, redemption and faith.
When Is Passover?
First Night of Passover Begins at Sundown
In 2009, it begins sundown on Wednesday, April 08 and ends Thursday, April 16. The 2009 Seders fall on Wednesday and Thursday nights.
The first two and last two days of Passover are considered the most important. These are observed as “Full Festival” days, with no work, special prayers and holiday meals. The intervening days are festival weekdays, or business as usual. Throughout the holiday, no leavened bread or foods are to be eaten.
What's For Passover at Sugarless deLite?
For those of you only giving up leavened foods, check out our cheesecake which is made with pecan meal crust, frozen yogurt, and our parfaits are all made without leavening.
April 8, 2009
1935 Works Progress Administration approved by Congress
1968 Baseball's Opening Day is postponed because of M L King assassination
1975 Frank Robinson debuts as 1st black baseball mgr (Cleve, beats NY 5-3)
1925 Shecky Greene, Chicago Ill, comedian/actor (Love Machine, Combat)
1929 Jacques Brel, Belgium, singer/actor