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Happy Hannukah!


Register and Join us for These Exciting Hannukah Events

December 17, 2022, 11:00 AM

Family Jam with Auntie A !

Celebrate Hannukah with Auntie A, and connect your children to Judaism through music, yoga, dance, and fun!
FREE and Open to All
Registration Required for the Event.

December 17, 2022, 4:30 PM

Hannukah Falafel Dinner & Movie Night

Get into the Hannukah Spirit!
4:30 PM Seuda Shlishit Falafel Dineer
5:30 PM Musical Havdalah & Hannukah Romantic Comedy 
Free and Open to All
Registration Required for the Event


December 23, 2022, 6:00 PM

Hannukah Shabbat Dinner

Join us for a Warm and fun Hannukah Shabbat experience.
Kabbalat Shabbat, a delicious Hanukkah-themed dinner, Hannukah trivia, and a Dreidel tournament!
Kabbalat Shabbat is free and open to all.
Shabbat dinner by pre-registration


December 24, 2022, 5:30 PM

Hannukah Party!

Nowhere to go on December 24?
Celebrate Hannukah while the rest of the city is closed
Hannukah-Israeli Dancing, Dreidel Casino & Games, Community Meorah Lighting, Kids Craft Corner, Latkes, Sufganiyot & Hot Cider Bar

Past Events

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Happy Chanukah! HTAA Theme Night 1

Chag Sameach! HTAA Theme Night 2

Shavuah Tov & Happy Chanukah! Theme Night 3

You Spin Me Right Round... HTAA Chanukah Theme Night 4

Happy Chanukah! HTAA Theme Night 5

I'm Grateful For YOU! HTAA Chanukah Theme Night Six

It's The Festival of Lights! HTAA Chanukah Theme Night 7

It's A Tree Of Life: Etz Chaim; HTAA Chanukah Theme Night 8

Learn The Blessings

Every night:
After you place the candles in the menorah, but before you light them, say these blessings: 
Blessing 1:
In English: Dear God, Creator of our world, thank You for giving us rules that make our lives special and for teaching us to light these Hanukkah candles.
In Hebrew: Baruch ata Adonai, Eloheinu melech ha’olam, asher kideshanu bemitzvotav vetzivanu lehadlik ner shel Chanukah.
Blessing 2:
In EnglishDear God, Creator of our world, thank you for performing miracles for our ancestors, long ago and now.
In Hebrew: Baruch ata Adonai, Eloheinu melech ha’olam, sheh'asa nisim lavoteinu bayamim haheim bazman hazeh.


Try A Recipe!

One Chanukah tradition is eating foods fried in oil to pay homage to the miracle of the oil. The recipes below are funSave to make with your family, easy to prep, and put new spins on holiday classics. Some are healthy and some are a little extra indulgent – try a new one each night!

Easy Chicken Stir Fry
Hidden Veggie Latkes
Oven Fried Zucchini Sticks
Nutella Pocket
Stained Glass Cookies
Sufganiyot Donut Holes
Un-fried Chicken Fingers
Veggie Fried Rice

How To Play Dreidel

A Chanukah Read Aloud with PJ Library

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Fri, December 1 2023 18 Kislev 5784