In 2019, the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, begins on Sunday evening, Sept. 29, and Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, begins on Tuesday evening, Oct. 8. Never miss the best stories and events! Get JewishBoston This Week.
Before children, I was a first grade teacher, and by mid-August I would usually be setting up my classroom. My emotions would switch between excitement for the coming year and butterflies because, for teachers, every year is like the first year of school. Fast forward a few years and I had to help my children get through their own first-day jitters-especially the year we transitioned to a totally new school for my kindergartner and third grader.
I was never a doughnut person, until I ventured out and discovered doughnuts of all shapes, sizes, and varieties around New England. For National Donut Day, I thought I should probably share some of my doughnut insights. Here is where you can find delicious doughnuts in New England. Soft served filled donut at The Big E in Springfield. For those hot summery days, you can cool off with a soft serve filled donut. Blackbird Doughnuts offers their donuts filled with soft serve.