On December 26th, the 3rd Night of Chanukah, the Chabad community of Coral Springs lit up the night with a grand Menorah parade.
The Israeli Consulate in L.A. joined Chabad Israel Center on the 4th night of Chanukah to honor bereaved IDF families living in Los Angeles.
A student of Yeshiva Beis Menachem in Wilkes-Barre, PA, who is a DJ by the stage name Levyticus, created this video with BMAD (the Bais Menachem Art Department): what happens when you ask a DJ to make the latkes.
At the end of a recent episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, which featured a mythical creature called a ‘Chanucorn,’ several ‘dancing rabbis’ joined the comedian on stage dancing to Chanukah tunes, while the audience clapped and cheered along.
The Grand Chanukah Cruise organized this year by Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida was a huge success.
In the pouring rain and freezing cold, with snow all around, the 7th grade class of the Cheder Chabad of Toronto joined their teacher Rabbi Chayempour on a Mivtzoim trip. They travelled around the city in a Mitzvah tank and distributed Chanukah guides and Menorahs – and even got some people to put on Tefilin.
On Sunday, the first day of Chanukah, at around 9:00am, a public Menorah erected by local Chabad Shliach Rabbi Mendel Goldberg on the main boardwalk of Playa del Carmen, Mexico, was found vandalized and broken into pieces.
On Monday, the 26th of December, CBDChabad of Sydney hosted their fifth annual Public Menorah Lighting at the Sydney Opera House, on the Northern Broadwalk overlooking the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
The New York City Borough of Queens was greeted by a Grand Car Menorah Parade, which lit up the streets, spreading the light and message of Chanukah to all of its residents.
The fourth night of Chanukah was celebrated Tuesday at the Colonial Lanes Bowling Alley in Chester, NY. “Sushi Menorah & Chopsticks Chanukah” was hosted by Chabad of Orange County, led by Rabbi Pesach and Chana Burston.
The Lubavitcher Yeshiva of London, with the help of Reb Avrohom Weisz and Mr. Stephen Lever, erected two massive billboards alongside one of the busiest roads in northwest London wishing passers-by a Happy Chanukah, and reminding them that “a little bit of light dispels a lot of darkness.”
This year, for the first time ever, Chanukah Parties were arranged in Moscow hospitals for children with various diagnoses. There is no doubt that the Chanukah joy brought to them by the community cheered them up, helping them in this difficult period in their young lives.
Beth Rivkah of Montreal hosted its 44th annual Grand Chanukah Carnival. Hundreds of children from Montreal and surrounding areas enjoyed the beautiful carnival, which included an original Chanukah puppet show, many exciting and fun booths, and giant inflatable bouncing games.
300 children from single parent families from all around New York City gathered together at the Jewish Children’s Museum for the 4th annual My Extended Family Chanukah Extravaganza.
For the second year in a row, U.S military service members stationed around the world will join together virtually to celebrate Chanukah via live video broadcast tonight, Wednesday evening.
“I would like to extend my holiday greetings to you and to all of Russian Jewry. I wish you a happy Chanuka and all of the very best, along with your family and all of the Jews in Russia. I must say that there are very positive developments in Russia. New Synagogues and Jewish Centers are opening up, and I am thankful to you for that. I hope that our joint efforts will continue to thrive and progress.” These were the wishes of Russian President Vladimir Putin to Chief Rabbi of Russia Berel Lazar at a private audience that was granted in honor of Chanuka at the Kremlin office in Moscow.
An overflow crowd of thousands of men, women and children packed into the three levels of Gulfstream Park and Casino in Hallendale Beach, FL, to celebrate the 37th Annual South Florida Chassidic Chanukah Festival on Tuesday night, the fourth night of Chanukah.
The Tzeirei HaShluchim West Coast Boys’ Winter Camp, in partnership with Merkos 302’s MyShliach, has concluded an amazing eight, fun-packed days of chayus, chassidishkeit and excitement!
The Barclays Center hosted two consecutive menorah lightings this Chanukah, first at Monday night’s Nets basketball game and then at last night’s Islanders hockey Game.
Mrs. Leah Kosofsky and Lilia Luzhanskiy of Lubavitch Yeshiva Academy in Massachusetts demonstrate some great activities for Chanukah on the Mass Appeal TV show.
Senator Steve Daines (R-MT) joined Shliach to Montana Rabbi Chaim Bruk to light a public menorah in Bozeman, and delivered a message of unity and equal rights.
Or Elyakim, the son of Dalia Elyakim – the Israeli woman killed last week in a truck-ramming terror attack in Berlin – lit the fourth candle on a giant menorah erected by the local Chabad Shluchim at the German capital’s iconic Brandenburg Gate.