Spreading the Light: Hanukkah Events for Kids Happening in 2020

Updated: Dec 10, 2020



Milwaukee's Jewish community is planning several fun and safe events for kids to celebrate Hanukkah, the festival of lights. Do you know of other Hanukkah events happening this year? Email us at hello@mkewithkids.com.



1. Out of the Box Chanukah

Ages: 2-12

December 10, 2020 12-5pm

Pick up at Chabad of the East Side 3133 N. Hackett Ave


What better way to kick off the holiday than with a great party? Sign up for your FREE Chanukah party on the go! Each Chanukah kit comes with a delicious donut, dreidels, gelt, 2 Chanukah crafts, and a Chanukah trivia game. Enjoy your party at home, or send one to a friend!


Website: chabadoftheeastside.com/chanukah



2. Car Menorah Parade & Grand Menorah Lighting

December 13, 2:30pm

Leaves from Peltz Center for Jewish Life, Mequon



It's time to hit the streets! Join a 100 car Menorah parade to light up Milwaukee. Meet at the Peltz Center for Jewish Life in Mequon and get your goody bag to go. We will loop the city, and end off with a grand Menorah lighting and celebration at the Shul Bayside, all from the safety of your car. The parade is not to be missed-it's an incredible experience for all ages!


For more info: chabadwi.org/parade



3. Chanukah Pajamukah

Ages: 0-13

December 15, 6:00pm

Event Location: zoom.cesmke.com



Hey kids! Tonight is just for you! Get into your coziest pajamas and join us around the fire for a night of fun! Enjoy some Chanukah bedtime stories, and an awesome show by master illusionist Glen Gerard. Go to zoom.cesmke.com to join.


For more info: chabadoftheeastside.com/chanukah



4. Fireside Concert



It's the final night of Chanukah, and we won't let the holiday end without a bang. Gather round your candles and join us for a fireside concert by local band Marbin. End off your Chanukah on a high note! Go to zoom.cesmke.com to join.


For more info: chabadoftheeastside.com/chanukah



5. Light The Hoan


The Hoan Bridge will light one beam, flickering red, orange, and yellow, for every night of Hanukkah to symbolize a candle. Find out more about lightthehoan.com.

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