Calendar 5778



The Holiday Calendar displays the 16 major Jewish holidays with beautiful custom icons and this year’s dates.

Perfect for display in your home, it also makes a unique and special gift for hostesses, schools, and synagogues. Particularly for Rosh Hashanah, the calendar serves as an ideal L’shanah Tovah gift.

This calendar is where beauty and Jewish traditions connect.

Product Details



  • Size is 8 x 10”
  • Letterpress print on thick, white linen paper
  • Limited edition print
  • Printed in Montreal, Canada
  • Packaged in a cello sleeve with cardboard backing


  • Size is 8 x 10”
  • Instant download of high-resolution PDF files of this illustration.

Includes dates for 16 major Jewish holidays: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Shemini Atzeret & Simchat Torah, Chanukah, 10th of Tevet, Tu B’Shvat, Tan’anit Esther, Purim, Pesach, Lag B’Omer, Shavuot. 17th of Tammuz, Tish’a B’Av, Tu B’Av and Shabbat


Choose Your Own Display

Here are a few ideas for where and how to display this calendar:

  • In the home—displayed on the refrigerator held by magnets or in a frame hung on your wall
  • In schools—on a bulletin board as part of an educational display or framed on a shelf where children can see it
  • In synagogues—framed in the entrance area, in the Hebrew school classroom, or in the Rabbi’s office


“This calendar makes the Jewish holidays look pretty and sophisticated! I love having a visual reminder of when each holiday falls during the year.” — Ellen

“Thanks to this calendar, I’m much more aware of the smaller holidays that I might have missed in the past. My family loves it and we display it prominently in our kitchen.” — Genavieve

“Since living on my own, I’ve felt as if I’ve somewhat lost touch with the Jewish culture I was raised with. This calendar inspires me to celebrate the holidays and reminds me of what’s coming up!” — Michelle


Frequently Asked Questions

dividerI’d like to purchase this as a gift. Is that possible?
Yes! When you purchase directly through this link and click “I want this” you’ll be sent to the payment screen. Next to the email address field, you’ll see a little gift icon gumroad. Click that gift icon to enter the recipient’s email address and a personalized message. That’s it!

Note that if you’re purchasing the calendar for a second time as a gift, you’ll need to follow the instructions here.

Can I pay with PayPal?
Yes! Just click the “pay with PayPal” option in the upper right-hand corner of the checkout screen.

I’d like to purchase more than one calendar. Can I get a discount?
If you would like to purchase 10 or more calendars for your personal use (to give as gifts, party favors, etc), email for details.

How long will it take to get my calendar?
Orders will ship beginning the first week of August 2017, so you’ll receive your calendar in plenty of time for Rosh Hashanah.

Do you ship to my country?
We’ll ship the calendar worldwide; note that shipping prices vary by country and there isn’t tracking available once it leaves the U.S.

Do you offer refunds?
This is a limited edition print, and unfortunately, we’re not able to offer refunds.

Can I help sell the Jewish holiday calendar?
Yes, I partner with trusted affiliates to help sell the Jewish holiday calendar.   From bloggers who want to share the calendar with their readership, synagogues that want to share the calendar with their members, to enthusiasts that simply want to write an email to their 10 best friends.   Interested in becoming an affiliate?  please email

Do you have another question that wasn’t answered here?
Send me an email here. I’d love to hear from you!

Remember: there’s a better way to track the Jewish holidays.

Beauty and tradition come together in one limited edition art print. It’s possible for you and your family to feel prepared, inspired, and connected for the holidays.