The Chabad of Pasadena invites the community to attend a Grand Menorah Lighting, 4:00 pm Sunday, Dec. 18, at the steps of Pasadena City Hall.
By News Desk
There will be a 10-foot Menorah filled with chocolates and dreidels. Jelly donuts, hot latkes (potato pancakes), Chanukah Glitter Tattoos, Decorate Chanukah Socks, and Chanukah Arts and Crafts. Live music with the JUDA Hebrew School Choir.
The Jewish holiday, Hanukkah, begins at sundown Sunday, Dec. 18 and ends on the evening of Monday, Dec. 26. On each of the eight nights of the holiday, a candle is lit on a menorah. It’s also known as “The Festival of Lights” and “The Festival of Rededication.”
Celebrations will take place on each of these nights, including:
- “Glow in the Dark” lighting celebration at the Paseo in Pasadena on Tuesday, Dec. 20, from 5:00 to 6:30 pm,
- Gelt Drop at the Transit Plaza In Arcadia, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. on Dec. 19, and Raffle at The Shops at Santa Anita (5:00 to 6:30 pm on Dec. 21),
- A drive-through Parade (in Pasadena) on Dec. 22, the fifth night of Chanukah, at 5:30 pm.
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