By Natalie and Gage
Purim's History and How to celebrate it
Two Jews named Mordechai and Esther made Purim to recognize past events. The Jews celebrate Purim on the 14th of Adar. But, people that live in cities with walls around them celebrate it on the 15th of Adar. Adar is about the time of our February and March. Purim is the most joyful holiday that the Jews celebrate.
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Facts on purim
2.The family dinner at home for Purim is called Seudah.
3. Purim is also known as the Jewish Mardi Gras or the Jewish Halloween.