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A Few Thanksganukah Events on the Lower East Side

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Thanksganuukah is fast approaching – next week’s double holiday.  Here are a few neighborhood happenings.

  • On Sunday, the Educational Alliance’s Manny Cantor Center is throwing a party. “Light Up the Neighborhood” is open to the public and will include a Hannukah arts and craft project involving kids and parents, a sing-a-long accompanied by live music, light refreshments and a holiday-themed play.  The party takes place at the Edgies’ pre school, 179 Henry St. from 10-noon.  RSVP is suggested to:  edgiespa@gmail.com.  Age group suggested: 10 and under.
  • Also on Sunday the Museum at Eldridge Street holds a special Thanksgivukkah event, with Thanksgiving gelt (who knew?), arts & crafts and the Great Dreidel Scavenger Hunt.
  • Delancey to Doughnuts: the LES Jewish Conservancy offers a Hannukah walking tour Sunday, December 1, including stops at Kehila Kedosha Janina (the only surviving synagogue of Romaniote Jews in rhe Western Hemisphere) and the Stanton Street Shul. There will be a menorah lighting, doughnuts and coffee at the end of the tour.

 

 

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