Hanukkah 5783 at WJC

Hanukkah is around the corner! See below for 6 ways you can celebrate with WJC.

(And please make sure to RSVP for the events ahead of time where noted. It’s helpful to get a head count in advance.)

#1 RSVP now to join us for WJC’s Hanukkah Celebration THIS Sunday, December 11, at 4:00pm.

Expect tons of fun for little ones, grownups, and everyone in between! The party includes a Floating Child Magic Show with NYC Magician and Illusionist Joshy K. Hanukkah, Sing-Along with Cantor Ethan, and Edible Dreidels. PLUS! Enjoy yummy latkes and a family-style dinner. $5 per person with a max of $20 per family
RSVP: https://wjcenter.shulcloud.com/form/WJC-Community-Wide-Magic-Show-December-11

#2 During Hanukkah, you can join us at WJC to light candles during the regularly scheduled evening minyan on Sunday through Thursday nights at 7:30pm. You can also join us virtually via the regular minyan link.

#3 Donate to our Holiday Gift Drive, collecting until December 18. Purchase online or drop off gifts for teens at WJC.

This holiday season, please support the Community Resource Center (CRC), a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting families in Mamaroneck. We are collecting gifts for teenagers until December 18. Please visit our Wish List on Amazon entitled “WJC Holiday Drive– 2022;” you can easily purchase items online and we can drop the items at the CRC. Items can also be purchased and deposited in the bins in the coat room at WJC.

#4 From latkes to chocolate, menorah lighting to dancing, there are many ways to get involved this holiday season. Check out the innovative opportunities below!

WJC Teens: Latkes vs. Sufganiyot Debate
Tuesday, December 6, at 6:00pm

Hanukkah Song Videos with Tami Arnowitz at the Mamaroneck Library
Monday, December 12, at 6:30pm

WJC Sisterhood: Hanukkah Moon Program
Monday, December 12, at 7:45pm

WJC Teens: Secret Snowflake Scavenger Hunt
Tuesday, December 13, at 6:00pm

ECC Community Shabbat Service
Friday, December 16, at 5:30pm

Rhythm & Ruach
Friday, December 16, at 7:30pm

Second Annual Chocolate Oneg
Friday, December 16, at 8:30pm

Hanukkah Havdalah Dance Party
Saturday, December 17, at 7:00pm

Hanukkah Mitzvah: Holiday Card Making for the New Jewish Home
Sunday, December 18, at 11:30am

WJC Teens: Menorah Lighting & Make Your Own Candles
Tuesday, December 20, at 6:00pm

#5 Count your blessings! Our 100 Blessings for 100 Days campaign continues. Please make sure to click here to express gratitude. Need some inspiration? Click here to see the submissions so far.

#6 Attend UJA’s Shine a Light on Antisemitism Monday, December 19, at 5:00pm in Times Square.

Antisemitism is intensifying. Our efforts to fight it must be even stronger. Nearly one out of every four Jews in the U.S. experiences antisemitism. It’s become normalized across our culture — on social media, in pop culture and politics, and on the streets. This Hanukkah, UJA is joining Shine A Light to dispel the darkness and to say: enough is enough. In the heart of New York City, we’ll publicly display our Jewish identity as we light the menorah together and raise awareness about antisemitism. LEARN MORE

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