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From Jared Fineberg ’17:

In need of a menorah, candles, chocolate gelt, and/or dreidels to properly celebrate Chanukah at Wes? Rabbi Levi will arrange to have all of these things delivered to you for FREE! Just fill out the linked form (your mother will be so proud), and keep your eyes out for more Chanukah events in the coming days.

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Make Your Own Menorah

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From Rebecca Koppel ’14:

Getting excited for Chanukah? Unprepared because it comes so early this year? Still looking for a gift for your mother? Stop by the Wesleyan Jewish Community’s table in Usdan to make your own menorah! Spend 2 minutes or 2 hours and walk away with your own (FREE) candleholder in time for the holiday. We’ll bring the materials and you bring the creativity. All are welcome (even the uncreative).

Date: Monday, November 25
Time: 12 PM – 2 PM
Place: Usdan
Cost: FREE!

Chanukah? Hannukah? Hanuka?

Here’s some information from Rebecca Koppel ’14 on how to kick off that difficult-to-spell holiday:

Constantly perplexed as to how to spell the holiday’s name? It’s okay! Light menorahs, eat sufganiyot (jelly filled donuts) and sing your favorite Chanukah songs to kick off this holiday. Come on the first night (December first) at 8PM to Olin for some fun fun fun!

  • Date: Wednesday, December 1
  • Time: 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM
  • Place: Olin Library
  • Cost: Free!