Check out what is taking place in Northeast Ohio. Information used to be submitted by way of synagogues and neighborhood organizations.
‘Light After Dark’ Parade November 28th
The “Light After Dark” parade will exhibit cars with huge, sparkling menoras to have fun the primary evening of Hanukkah, beginning on November 28th at 3:00 pm.
The parade starts at Legacy Village in Lyndhurst and runs via portions of Lyndhurst, Beachwood and University Heights sooner than finishing in Cleveland Heights. Parade goers can revel in track, conventional Hanukkah treats, and particular freebies as they parade the candlelight automobiles during the neighborhood.
To view the parade course, talk over with bit.ly/3p29E71.
Circle of Friends celebrates November 28th
The Friendship Circle of Cleveland will open on November 28 from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in its development at 27900 Gates Mills Blvd. cling a Hanukkah birthday party. in pepper pike.
Dr. UR Awesome, aka Gary Pearlman from Mayfield Heights, will provide a bubble display after 30 mins. There can be crafts, video games, menorah lighting fixtures, latkes, donuts and different refreshments. The social distance is maintained.
For additional info, please electronic mail [email protected] or name 216-377-3000 ext. 1008
Almond JCC lighting fixtures menorah for 4 days
The Mandel Jewish Community Center will gentle a menorah on November 29, November 30, December 1 and December 2 at 4:30 p.m. in its foyer at 26001 S. Woodland Road, Beachwood.
There can be songs and chocolates.
jHub is preserving events from November 28th to December fifth
jHUb is preserving a web-based hands-on donut workshop on November 28th from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm.
Participants can create and beautify a cake donut all through the hour-long workshop and be informed why meals are deep-fried in oil all through Hanukkah.
To enroll, talk over with bit.ly/3HEYEoe. After registration, the listing of provides can be made to be had to you. If you’ve any questions, electronic mail Danya Shapiro at [email protected]
A Chanukah Drive-in Extravaganza can be held on the Legacy Village in Lyndhurst on December fifth from 4:00 p.m. to five:30 p.m.
There can be donuts, snacks and sizzling beverages in addition to an on-screen musical efficiency with Shira Kline. Entry is $ 10 according to automobile.
See bit.ly/3oD9QJy for more info.
Emanu El Temple hosts vacation events
The Emanu El Temple in Orange will host interactive on-line and in-person events entitled “Eat. Pray. Latkes ”to have fun Hanukkah from November 28th to December sixth.
• Lighting the Menorah in Pinecrest Central Park from November 29th to December 2d at 5:30 pm each and every night time, Temple Emanu El will attend the lighting fixtures rite in consumer and by way of Facebook Live @TempleEmanuElCLE. Donuts can be equipped after the non-public match.
• The circle of relatives Shabbat provider “Chanukah Live” will happen on December third at 6:15 pm in consumer by way of Zoom, Facebook Live and livestream.
• Operation Warm-Up, all through which Temple Emanu El collects new lingerie, pajamas for youngsters, gloves and mittens, hats and scarves. A donation bucket is positioned in the anteroom of the development. The handover takes position on weekdays till December fifth from 8:00 a.m. to five:00 p.m. The temple is positioned at 4545 Brainard Road.
“The birthday party of Hanukkah is a reminder to have hope in instances of darkness,” stated Renee Higer, common supervisor of Temple Emanu El, in a press unlock. “We have some a laugh actions that anybody can proportion at their recreational – each in consumer and on-line. And we give a boost to Cleveland’s Operation Warm-Up by way of amassing garments for the ones in want. “
Contact Higer for the Zoom ID and password at [email protected]
Federation desires to make clear anti-Semitism
The Jewish Federation of Cleveland will cling a menorah lighting fixtures rite for the Greater Cleveland Ward on the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Building on 25701 Science Park Drive in Beachwood on November 29 from 5:30 pm to six:00 pm.
The Federation hopes to shed some gentle on anti-Semitism and have fun the Jewish neighborhood.
At this match, a part of a countrywide initiative, will come with President-elect of Cleveland City Council Blaine Griffin, President of Global Cleveland Joe Cimperman, Rev. Sharon Core, General Presbyter of the Lyndhurst Presbytery of the Western Reserve, and different feedback from neighborhood leaders.
To check in, talk over with bit.ly/3qLmd92.
Fromovitz Chabad holds lighting fixtures on Eton Chagrin Boulevard on November 29th
A Hanukkah birthday party and public menorah lighting fixtures will happen on Eton Chagrin Boulevard in Woodmere on November 29th at 6:00 p.m., introduced by way of the Fromotvitz Chabad Center. The program takes position in entrance of Barnes & Noble.
There are latkes, donuts, sizzling beverages, Hanukkah treats and crafts, a juggling display, reside track, and a trampoline display with Flippenout Productions, LLC.
Those who wish to keep in their automobile can watch on a big display and pay attention to the FM radio.
For additional info, talk over with clevelandjewishlearning.com or name Rabbi Moshe Gancz at 216-647-4884.
Beth Israel-The West Temple Menorah Illumination November 30th
As a part of Shine A Light’s native effort, a menorah lighting fixtures can be hung on November 30th at 5:30 p.m. at Beth Israel-The West Temple at 14308 Triskett Road, Cleveland.
At the 30-minute rite, the menorah can be lit by way of 3 of the approaching Bat Mitzvah women whose oldsters and grandparents left the previous Soviet Union for spiritual freedom and a greater and more secure existence. Families will proportion their tales and members may also pay attention from native priests who paintings in opposition to anti-Semitism.
Downtown Chabad Grand Menorah Illumination Dec. 1
Cleveland’s Downtown Chabad will exhibit a grandiose menorah lighting fixtures celebrating gentle, cohesion and freedom in downtown Cleveland’s Public Square on December 1st at 5:30 pm.
Attendees come with Beachwood City Councilor Eric Synenberg, Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson, Cleveland Mayor-elect Justin Bibb, Armond Budish, Cuyahoga District Executive, Kerry McCormack, Ward 3 Borough Council, and Joe Cimperman, CEO of Global Cleveland, in addition to Chris Ronayne and Lee Weingart. from Cuyahoga County.
The CJN is a media sponsor of the development.
Solon Chabad Menorah Illumination Dec. 1
Solon Chabad’s massive menorah can be lit on December 1st at 5:30 p.m. at 5570 Harper Road.
Solon Mayor Eddy Kraus will gentle the menorah and there can be an Ohio Burn Unit fire display, donut wall, sizzling beverages, latkes, Gelt, kids’s choir and a talk over with to the fire truck.
All events happen outside.
Cleveland Hillel Event December 2d
The student-led Hillel Student Leadership Committee in Cleveland Hillel will host a celebration for campus on December 2d at Eight p.m.
Jewish and non-Jewish scholars are inspired to wait to be told extra in regards to the vacations and to have fun with buddies from throughout campus. There can be a mini Dvar Torah talking in regards to the that means that gentle represents now not just for Jewish scholars but in addition for the campus neighborhood. The demanding situations Jewish scholars might face on campus and the way everybody can paintings in combination to eliminate anti-Semitism and different types of hatred can also be mentioned.
Traditional vacation dishes also are introduced.
Case Western Reserve University’s Albert & Norma Geller Hillel Student Center is positioned at 11303 Euclid Ave. in Cleveland.
TTTI provider for small children December 4th
The Temple Tifereth Israel, Beachwood, will host a Hanukkah provider for households with kids Ok and more youthful on December 4th at 5:00 p.m.
Service contains candlelight, havdala, and age-appropriate handicrafts. All households obtain a Hanukkah goody bag.
The provider is open to all households in the ward and temple club isn’t required.
To check in, talk over with ttti.org.
Hanukkah lighting fixtures at Lyndhurst City Hall December fifth
A Hanukkah lighting fixtures rite can be held in the entrance backyard of Lyndhurst Town Hall at 5301 Mayfield Road on December fifth at 5:00 p.m.
There can be track and refreshments outdoor.
Maltz Museum ‘Chanukah Hoopla’ Dec. 5
The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beachwood is preserving a digital “Chanukah Hoopla” on December fifth at 1:30 pm.
Rabbi Josh Foster and Julie Sukert of the B’nai Jeshurun Ward will gentle the menorah. There can be a dance celebration from Mr. Chuck, letters from Jacob Cramer of Love For Our Elders and an object presentation from Friends of the Maltz Museum.
To enroll, talk over with bit.ly/3HypqPr.
Menorah lighting fixtures in Coventry PEACE Park Dec. 5
On December fifth, from 6:30 p.m. to eight:30 p.m. at Coventry PEACE Park, 2843 Washington Blvd. there’s a menorah lighting fixtures rite. in Cleveland Heights.