This year, OK Kosher Certification topped all previous events with Chanukah parties for its staff and their children that were a smashing success!
In Buenos Aires, the grand Menorah lighting at La Plaza Republica Oriental del Uruguay has become a tradition, and the way all parts of the Jewish community celebrate Chanukah.
ER Medical P.C.
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We wish to advise our patients that for your convenience the Pediatric Office on Eastern Parkway will be open on Monday, September 24th (1st day of Yom Tov) from 12:00pm to 6:00pm and Tuesday, September 25th (2nd day of Yom Tov) from 12:00pm to 6:00pm, for walk-in urgent care.
NO APPOINTMENTS NECESSARY
This is for pediatric patients under the age of 21, ONLY.
Wishing you and your family a Gut Yom Tov!
Dr. E Rosen & Associates
Chanukah across the County of Essex was unbelievable this year. Under the auspices of Chabad Northeast London & Essex, led by Rabbi Aryeh and Devorah Sufrin MBE, together with their colleagues Rabbi Odom and Henny Brandman of Buckhurst Hill and their teams, six public Menorah lighting ceremonies were held in six different locations across Essex, UK.
Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, under the leadership of Shliach Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, held a Grand Chanukah Menorah Lighting on a large cruise for the Ft. Myers and surrounding region’s Jewish community.
Over 200 members of the French-speaking Jewish community of New York celebrated the 8th night of Chanukah at the French Consulate in Manhattan with Rabbi Mikhael and Esther Cohen.
The Lubavitch Yeshiva of London arranged for the message of Chanukah to reach nearly two million people, through two magnificent advertising boards at Henley’s corner, one of london’s busiest intersections.
All corners of Kharkov, Ukraine, were lit up with public menorah lightings and Chanukah lights in homes of young and old. This year, a new menorah was lit throughout Chanukah in the Barabashova Market — the largest in Europe.
The cold weather didn’t stop Kiev’s young Jewish professionals from celebrating Chanukah with warmth and enthusiasm, nor from sharing that warmth and joy with the elderly and the less fortunate.
The city of London was greeted by a grand Car-Menorah Parade, which spread the light, joy and message of Chanukah to all of the residents of the UK’s capital.
It was a cold winter night on the second night of Chanukah. Families with children with special needs got a warm welcome as they walked into a beautifully decorated Rosa Hall. Over 400 people attended this exclusive Friendship Circle Family Chanukah Party.
Dozens attended a historic Menorah lighting in front of the National Congress of Argentina in the capital city of Buenos Aires.
Chabad of the Valley’s “Chanukah at CityWalk” has earned a reputation worldwide as the preeminent Chanukah event on the Jewish music calendar; and this year was no different as families came out in large numbers and flocked to the plaza at Universal Studios CityWalk.
500 children and parents participated in the 45th annual Chanukah Carnival organized by Beis Rivkah of Montreal.
The Chabad Jewish Center of South Dakota held an event to light a Menorah at Mount Rushmore last night, celebrating both the last night of Chanukah and America’s history of religious freedom.
The Chabad center in Munich, Germany, seems like thousands of others in 100 countries and territories around the globe. Located in the center of town, it is the site of busy Jewish activity—prayers, holiday celebrations, Torah classes—from morning until evening. What sets it apart is that it sits directly across the street from the nine-room luxury apartment at Prinzregentenplatz 16, which became home to Adolf Hitler in 1929.
The much anticipated annual “Chanukah in the Park” attracts young and old from around queens to celebrate Chanukah with their families.
A crowd 500 strong stood in the ‘Red Square’ in the Northern Ukrainian city of Chernigov and watched in anticipation as the cherry picker slowly rose up 20 feet to light the giant Menorah. The excitement grew and the pride on that square was palpable.
Chabad of South Broward once again hosted and produced the Worlds’ Largest Annual Chanukah Festival in Hallandale Beach, Florida, with many thousands of people overflowing the three mammoth, glamorous and Disnyesque levels at Gulfstream.
The 3rd night Chanukah, Thursday, was a special time in Sydney, Australia. After weeks of preparations, fundraising, advertising, campaigning, building, cooking and drawing, the highly anticipated and longest-standing Chanukah event in Australia (going on 31 Years) finally arrived.
Chabad of Tel Aviv teamed up with the Municipal Government of Israel’s largest city to erect a large, beautiful and artistic Menorah in the center of one of the city’s most famous landmarks – Rabin Square.
On the first light of Chanukah, a memorable celebration took place at the city hall of the second largest city in the United States: Los Angeles. In attendance was the head Shliach of the West Coast, Rabbi Boruch S. Cunin, the first Jewish mayor of the city, Eric Garcetti, and many other prominent officials.
This Chanukah, Chabad Houses across the world launched STEM-based learning for the children of their communities in a science-meets-Torah project designed to literally “shed new light” on the holiday season.