Still there are attempts by synagogues over a generation to keep this holiday afloat. Many have used this occasion for their Hebrew school graduations. As Hebrew school enrollment has depleted and many parents object to keeping their tykes home from school during prime study season, the communal observance has absorbed a night of study, traditionally conducted after dark into the wee hours. People seem to be willing to do that. And there are dairy meals, blintzes and cheesecake and some savory variants as well.
My own observance this year will be a largely culinary one with a respite from recreational computer.