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Sunday, December 2 at 12:00pm at Beth El Festiv-OIL Join the Beth El community to get in the Hanukkah spirit with hands-on activities for all ages. Make your own olive oil with an olive press, make your own oil lamp based Chanukkiyah out of clay, make cookies and chocolates to be delivered to the South Orange and Maplewood Fire Department who teach us fire safety as we light our Menorahs each year, and try our olive oil and cheese tasting station. Pizza will be available for purchase.
MARION HUBER THEATER The year is 1985. King Hedley II has returned from prison looking to rebuild his life, save some money, plant a backyard garden, and start a family. Don’t miss this powerful and evocative look at how hope springs from even the hardest of soil. This production is the halfway mark of Two River presenting the 10 plays of August Wilson’s American Century Cycle. Obie Award-winner Brandon J. Dirden (A Raisin in the Sun, August Wilson’s Jitney) directs. Did you see August Wilson’s Seven Guitars? King Hedley II picks up the stories of Ruby and Canewell (known here as Stool Pigeon) from that play, produced at Two River in 2015, which is set nearly four decades earlier. More info
The Gladstone Tavern hosts an annual family day Sunday, December 2 from 4 to 7 p.m. Visit with Santa, enjoy holiday music, wear your ugly sweater! For more information, visit the website.
Yes, you heard that right! The Chabad Center of Cherry Hill, NJ is hosting a Car Menorah Parade on Sunday, December 2. 3:45pm – Place Menorah on top of car, 4:00pm – Parade leaves from The Chabad Center, 1925 Kresson Rd. 4:45pm– Parade destination – Barclay Shopping Center 5:00pm– Barclay 18′ Menorah Click here to reserve your Car Menorah More information at: https://www.thechabadcenter.org/
The entire community is invited to celebrate the Festival of Lights at the annual Grand Public Menorah Lighting Sunday, Dec. 2 at 4:30 p.m. Program includes music, latkes, donuts, and special entertainment for the whole family. Rain date: Monday, Dec. 3 at 5:30 p.m. Location: Veterans Memorial Park, Springfield
From Chabad of Montclair: Montclair Grand Menorah Lighting Sunday, December 2nd With special guest Congresswoman-elect Mikie Sherrill Join us for a Chanukah Wonderland – Open to the entire community! Magic Show & Balloon Twisting Hot Latkes and Chanukah Gelt Lively Music Holiday Crafts Donut Decorating Stuff your own Driedel 4:30 pm At the Hinck Building Atrium 486 Bloomfield Ave. (outside the Bow Tie Claridge Theater) Followed by the outdoor Menorah Lighting, 5:30 PM Corner of South Park and Bloomfield Avenue. Free of charge! Open to all! A project of Chabad of Montclair With thanks to our sponsor, Grabowsky Development Lubavitch Center of Essex County, under the auspices of The Rabbinical College of America
The annual South Orange menorah lighting will take place the first night of Hanukkah — December 2, 2018 — at 5 p.m. in Spiotta Park. The event is sponsored by Congregation Beth El, Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel, and Oheb Shalom, with support from the South Orange Village and Village Alliance. All are invited.
Join the community for a show of Jewish pride as we light the Menorah outside Hoboken City Hall. This event is free and open to the entire community. For the kids: LED Menorah rings or build a dreidel lego kit, for everyone: Delicious, hot Latkes, jelly and other filling Sufganiyat (Donuts), Chocolate ‘Gelt’, Menorah kits, Music and dancing and a great start to Chanukah! Hosted by Chabad of Hoboken & Jersey City. More information here.
Cherry Hill’s Largest Menorah World Famous Fire Performer Doug Stafford Donuts, Latkes, Chinese Food, Gelt and Dreidels Fun for the whole family. All are welcome! More information
Roseland hosts a Menorah Lighting Celebration Sunday, Dec. 2. Schedule of Festivities: 6:15 p.m. Blessings, Remarks and Holiday Songs with Rabbi Kasowitz 6:30 p.m. Menorah Lighting with Mayor John Duthie and Roseland Council at the Borough Hall (rain or shine) 6:45 p.m. Reception with refreshments
Join Mayor Robert D. Parisi, Township of West Orange, NJ and the community for the annual lighting of the West Orange Menorah. Monday, Dec. 3 at 4 p.m. at the Front Lawn of Town Hall (66 Main Street)
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