Without bogging this down with too many details, I’m the (volunteer) editor of a monthly newsletter. One of the editor’s duties is to include a short list of holidays and events in the month ahead. Because the newsletter serves a diverse group, I’m trying to make the list of holidays reflect that diversity - but brevity is of the essence, I’m afraid; I’ve only got half a page in A5 format to cover a full month. Anyway, two of the holidays listed in the September edition, which I’m working on now, presently read as follows:
Wed 15th - Rosh Hashana begins
Wed 29th - Jewish holidat of Sukkot begins
Now, erm, this former Catholic schoolgirl turned atheist knew a bit about Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, and less about Sukkot, but did some research on the web to find out more, including which dates they will fall on according to the secular calendar this year. Have I made any significant errors? Given that brevity is important here, anything you would do differently?