There always seems to be an abundance of Christmas events and when you’re celebrating Hanukkah it can seem quite lonely at times. We’ve found three events across the nation that you can enjoy with your families and they’re definitely worth traveling for.
Hanukkah at the Museum of Fine Art
Hannukah at the MFA takes place a couple of nights before Hannukah and it’s presented by the Jewish Arts Collaborative and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston Massachusetts. On December 18 after 4:30 p.m you can create your own arts and crafts, make your own doughnuts, listen to folk songs and live performances, and participate in modern dance. The evening concludes with a menorah lighting.
Pop-Up Glowing Hanukkah Party
It doesn’t get more festive than bright lights and glitter and for this party that’s exactly what you need to wear. The event takes place on the first night of Hannukah, December 22 from 3 p.m to 6.pm, and its hosted by the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco. It’s great for your whole family and you can enjoy eating doughnuts, singing, and shopping for your last-minute holiday gifts.
There’s nothing more Hanukkah than latkes. We wait all year for this treat and you can eat the best latkes New York City chefs have cooked up at the 11th annual Latke Festival, which takes place at the Brooklyn Museum on December 16 from 6:30 p.m – 8:30 p.m. There are so many latkes to choose from including latke niçoise, sliced and spiced pastrami latkes, sweet and savory short rib latkes, and plantain, sweet potato, and tortilla latkes. The only question that remains is which latkes will you eat?