Public Menorah Lighting and Fire Show

Monday, December 5, 2016

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Chabad Jewish Center of Snohomish County invite you to celebrate the Festival of Lights at the fifth annual public Menorah Lighting Ceremony.

The Chanukah celebration will take place at 5:00 pm on Monday, December 26, at Lynnwood City Hall at 19100 44th Ave W, Lynnwood 98036.

The event will feature speeches by the Rabbi of the Chabad Jewish Center, Lynnwood Mayor Nicola Smith and Police Chief David, as well as the kindling of the giant nine-foot Menorah, a fire show, face-painting and and delicious Holiday doughnuts.

Chabad Centers all around the world are dedicated to spreading light and goodness in their respective communities. Chabad’s answer to the darkness and destruction is an increase in light and warmth.

The Jewish Center will host a public community-wide Chanukah celebration where the message of religious freedom is brought to the street.

The kindling of the Menorah each night of the holiday highlights Chanukah, a celebration for all time.

"It is a holiday that enriches our lives with the light of tradition," said Rabbi Berel Paltiel, director of the Chabad Jewish Center. "In ancient times our ancestors rededicated the Temple in Jerusalem with the Menorah. Today, we rededicate ourselves to making this world a better and brighter place." 

Chanukah also propagates the universal message that ultimately good prevails over evil, freedom over oppression and light over darkness.

In its Chanukah outreach campaign, Chabad of Snohomish County joins thousands of Chabad centers across the globe that are staging similar public displays of the Menorah and its symbolic lights. From Australia to Africa, Columbia to Hong Kong, New York City’s statue of liberty to the White House lawn, hundreds of thousands will experience the joy of Chanukah with Chabad.

Join the community at a public display of unity at this exciting Menorah Lighting Ceremony. Bring the kids and make this your special Chanukah celebration.

For more information, contact the Chabad Jewish Center at 425-741-9633


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