Celebrate Chanukah In The City Of Angels!

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Tonight is the first night of the Hanukah festival - a festival that will last 8 days and take us through until Monday, December 10.

While the majority of celebrations occur on either the first or last days of the festival, those who missed tonight's opening ceremonies will be pleased to find out that there's still plenty of chances to get out of the house and join the fun in the City of Angels!

Check out some of the local extravaganzas we've got going on this year for the holiday.  Click the titles for more information: 

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Chanukah at Universal CityWalk (FREE)

  • December 9 from 6-9 PM @ Universal CityWalk (100 Universal City Plaza)
    • Witness the lighting of Southern California's largest menorah!  Festivities and classic Jewish music will fill the air at this local landmark.

Hanukkah Dinner at Catalina Kitchen at Terranea ($)

  • December 2-10 starting at Sundown @ Terranea Resort (100 Terranea Way)
    • Visit the Terranea Resort in Palos Verdes for a special a la carte Hanukkah menu at Catalina Kitchen, a special Hanukkah lunch, nightly menorah lightings and more!

Hooray for Hanukah at Pretend City Children Museum ($13.75)

  • December 2-10 @ Pretend City Children's Museum (Pretend City, 29 Hubble, Irvine)
    • Stories, rhymes, songs, arts and crafts designed especially for 3-8 year-old munchkins.  Every day of the holiday features different activities!

Hanukkah Festival at the Zimmer Children's Museum (FREE)

  • December 9 from 2-4 PM @ Zimmer Children's Museum (6505 Wilshire Blvd. #100)
    • Stop by the Zimmer Children's Museum with the little ones for a fun-filled afternoon of kid-centric activities such as shadow art, crafts and story-time.

Hanukkah Family Fun Day in Malibu ($10)

  • December 9 from 10 AM - 2:30 PM @ Shalom Institute (34342 Muholland Highway)
    • Fun for all ages!  Come by for family activities such as arts and crafts, games and farm activities, a zip line, a kosher lunch and much more!

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Happy Hanukah to all who celebrate, from KFI AM 640!

Read more about the Festival of Lights at Chabad.org.


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