Menorah Lighting at The Greene to join 10,000 ceremonies worldwide

An 8-foot menorah at The Greene will be lit Monday evening during a community-wide celebration.

Some 10,000 large, public menorahs will be lit on Monday as a part of a worldwide Hanakkuh observance and celebration, including Dayton’s own ceremony.

Following the lighting, there will be a LED Glow Show from the Cincinnati Circus, singing, dancing and special doughnuts and hot Latkes— traditional potato pancakes.

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Dayton’s menorah lighting, sponsored by Chabad throughout the world, “hopes to help children and adults of all walks of life discover and enjoy the holiday message.”

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Throughout the Greater Dayton area, Chabad will be presenting many Hanukkah events and celebrations, including public menorah lightings, a giant menorah made from s'mores, a car Menorah parade, Latke parties, Hannukah parties for seniors and young professionals and more. For more information about Hannukah and a local schedule of events, visit www.ChabadDayton/Chanukah.


WHAT: Grand Menorah Lighting

WHEN: 6 p.m.- 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 3

WHERE: Plum Street Park, The Greene, 94 Plum St., Dayton

INFO: Facebook

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