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Many local shuls and institutions offer community Passover seders. These are the ones we’ve heard about so far. Also check the Jewish Standard’s calendar section for some outstanding Passover programs.

CLOSTER: Temple Emanu-El has two family seders on Saturday, April 20; “Greatest Hits,” a shorter seder at 6 p.m.; and “Classic,” a traditional one at 7, both conducted by the shul’s clergy with food and an engaging atmosphere. 180 Piermont Road. Call (201) 750-9997 or go to TempleEmanu-el.com/secondnightseder.

TEANECK: Temple Emeth holds its annual community seder on Saturday, April 20, at 6 p.m. Reservations are due April 10. The shul is at 1666 Windsor Road. Call (201) 833-1322.

PARAMUS: The JCC of Paramus/Congregation Beth Tikvah has a community seder on the second night of Passover — Saturday April 20 — at 8:30 p.m. It’s hosted by Rabbi Arthur and Shira Weiner. All are welcome. Reservations are required by April 11. The shul is at East 304 Midland Ave. Email accounting@jccparamus.org. or call (201) 262-7691.

NEW CITY: The Nanuet Hebrew Center is hosting its 10th annual second night of Passover seder on Saturday, April 20. Leaders ask that participants come at 8:10 p.m., and the seder will start at 8:30. The cost includes a kosher-for-Passover roasted chicken dinner with a vegetarian option. There is no charge for anyone under 21. Sponsorships are welcome. The shul is at 411 South Little Tor Road — just off exit 10 of the Palisades Parkway in New City, New York. Call (845) 708-9181 or email office@nanuethc.org.

WAYNE: Rabbi Michel and Chani Gurkov and their family host family-friendly seders on Friday, April 19, at 7:15 p.m. and on Saturday, April 20, at 8:15 p.m. at the Chabad Center of Passaic County. There will be readings in both English and Hebrew. Seders include award-winning wines, hand-baked surah matzah (spelt and gluten-free upon request), and a four-course dinner with fishes, salads, chicken soup, main course, freshly squeezed assorted juices, and homemade desserts. Seders are in an elegantly set dining hall with linens, waiter service, and an individual haggadah at each place. There also will be a children’s play area with snacks. The center is at 194 Ratzer Road in Wayne. For information, go to www.jewishwayne.com, email Rabbi@jewishwayne.com, or call (973) 694-6274.

WYCKOFF: Temple Beth Rison holds a community Passover seder on Saturday, April 20, at 6 p.m. Reservations are due by April 15. The shul is at 585 Russell Ave. For information, call (201) 891-4466.

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