How to Help Make Family Easter Special Even From Your Own Separate Homes

Easter and Passover are holidays that rely heavily on the gathering of family. But while social distancing measures are in place, that may not be as possible as it was last year. That said, it doesn’t mean that a family-forward spring holiday is impossible! You’re doing birthday parties, book clubs and happy hours virtually -- why not Easter brunch? Plenty of families celebrating Passover turned to video chats for their Sedar dinners over the last couple of days, and while, of course, it’s a lot more rewarding to eat, drink and be merry around the same table, families were still able to have a celebratory holiday. Here’s how you, too, can make your Easter Sunday as festive as any.

Brigitte Carreiro
by Brigitte Carreiro
Apr 10, 2020