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From Beth Israel Worship Center: Discover the hidden revelation of the last days that Chanukah holds for the end-time believer. Two special and different celebrations! Friday, December 13 at 8pm and Sunday, December 15 at 11am. Admission is free. All are welcome at the Jerusalem Center/Beth Israel. More information.
From Congregation Beth HaTikvah: A FREE series for children age five and under. Through fun activities that engage each of the senses, plus music and “me” time with our warm and easygoing rabbi, children learn about Jewish holidays and heritage. Register here. More information.
From Jesus Family Church: Join the Jesus Family Chuch in fun games, Christmas crafts, coloring, drawing, snacks, and lunch. Plus, take photos with special visitor Santa. There will be raffle prizes and gifts for all kids. More information.
From Cattus Island County Park: Join us in celebrating the Winter Solstice on December 14. This annual FREE event features: Games, Winter/Holiday Crafts, Live Animal Talks, Horse Carriage Rides, Campfire Stories, Food Truck, a Visit from Santa, Candy Cane Nature Walks and more. More information.
From the Hudson County Community College Department of Continuing Education: This year we will be at Gabert Library, directly across from the Journal Square Path Station. The atrium will be transformed into a Winter Wonderland, featuring a Festive Magic Show for Family & Kids, Holiday Craft Stations, Face Painting, Selfies with Santa & More! All FREE for the community! Register here. We also have an online Small Business Pop Up Shop that will stay open until January 31st! More information.
From Allied Performing Arts: Join our dance party with special guests Olaf, Snow Queen, Elsa, and Santa. There will be a gift for every child and plenty of games. Don’t forget to wear white! More information.
From SOPAC: Dec 14: The Hot Sardines These mischief-makers of hot Jazz have been described as “potent and assured” (The New York Times) and “simply phenomenal” (The Times, London). 8PM Tickets: $39-$49. (973) 313-2787. More information
From Cedar Bean’s Coffee Joint: The Spectacular Santa Claus will be visiting Ol’ Cedar Bean on Sunday, December 15th at 11am. He’ll hang with the kiddies, read “Twas the Night Before Christmas” and get us all into the Holiday Spirit for Christmas Day. Get here early! This is a free event, but we ask that you share the joy and bring a nonperishable food item for the Human Needs Food Pantry. More information.
From the Wayne YMCA: Join us to celebrate the magic of Chanukah at this free event! Activities include: Magic Show, Inflatables, Arts & Crafts, Carnival Games, Latkes and Jelly Donuts. Sponsored by Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey More information.
From New Jersey Jazz Society: On Sunday, December 15, at the New Jersey Jazz Society Social at Shanghai Jazz in Madison, Armstrong scholar Ricky Riccardi will be spinning Louis’ The Night Before Christmas recording, discussing it, and playing some live music with trumpeter Danny Tobias and drummer Rich Noorigian. (Riccardi will be on piano). The New Jersey Jazz Society produces 10 Sunday Jazz Socials a year, which are free to members. Admission is $10 for non-members, and there is a $10 food/beverage minimum. For the December Social, doors will open at 2 p.m., and the program will start at 2:30 p.m. Shanghai Jazz is located at 24 Main St. in Madison. For more information, email email@example.com.
From the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ: It’s time to get ready for Hanukkah! Join us for an afternoon of fun, including making a string-art dreidel using a hammer and nails* with Maplewoodshop and more! For children ages 4 – 8. Siblings welcome. Register here by December 11. More information.
From Historic Smithville: Over 120 Christmas Trees made from over 50,000 Christmas lights, magically float on Lake Meone in the center of Historic Smithville. The moment darkness falls, an orchestrated show of lights and music is played out across the lake. The lights seem to dance and chase each other to the music all the while reflecting of the water’s surface. This show can be seen from either side of the village as well as the bridge. More information.
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