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York Region communities celebrating Chanukah

Outdoor Chanukah Celebration 

Sunday, November 28 5 p.m.

Keswick Kids Dental

2 – 24398 Woodbine Ave, Keswick

Celebrate Chanukah at the annual Georgina Menorah lighting!

Featuring:

  • Lighting of a grand LED Menorah
  • LED Chanukah gifts for children
  • Individually packed doughnuts and Latkes
  • Georgina Hebrew School performance
  • Live festive music
  • Local dignitaries in attendance

Free of charge! Open to the entire community!

 

Chabad of Maple invites you to the GRAND CAR MENORAH PARADE AND DRIVE IN CHANUKAH CELEBRATION 2021 on Sunday, November 28 at 4:15 p.m.

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9960 DUFFERIN STREET – HIGHLAND FARMS PLAZA

Drive around the neighborhood in a procession of menorah-topped cars, sharing the light of Chanukah in an inspiring display of Jewish Pride!

Parade will be followed with a “Drive In” Menorah Lighting and fire show at 5:30 in the Kimmel Parking Lot at the Lebovic JCC in the presence of dignitaries and community leaders. 

 

City of Vaughan Virtual Menorah Lighting

Monday, November 29 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Free

Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua and Members of Council invite you to the City of Vaughan Virtual Menorah Lighting in celebration of Chanukah. Monday, Nov. 29, 4pm. Visit vaughan.ca/festive for details.

 

Everyone is invited to Aurora’s fifth annual Menorah Lighting Ceremony on Dec. 1.

The town and Chabad Aurora are hosting the event in the front courtyard of the town hall at 100 John West Way from 6 to 8 p.m.

The celebration, being held on the fourth day of Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, begins with the lighting of the menorah, immediately followed by a fire juggling show. The festivities continue with samples of traditional celebratory foods.

Hanukkah is an eight-day Jewish holiday celebrated each year to commemorate the rededication of the temple in Jerusalem in the second century BC.

The festival is observed by the lighting of the menorah, which is the most recognizable symbol of Hanukkah.

For more information visit aurora.ca/menorahlighting

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