Chanukah Lights for the Whole Year



We had a blast lighting the gigantic Menorah in the World’s Oldest Ghetto each night of Chanukah.  The first night, music, laughter, dancing, great food & fun was had by all, Venetians and travelers alike.  The latkes, doughnuts and the kid’s program, loaded with tons of Chanukah trivia and prizes was a big hit.  Throughout the week there were classes, activities & latke parties, like “The Miracle of the Oil of the Menorah & the Essential Oils of today.”  Everyone learned about various essential oils and each one got to make their own mixture and take home a bottle.

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As is known, light is compared to good and dark is like the bad.  And since all it takes is a little flame to light up a big room, may we all increase in our good deeds, one little flame at a time, and together we can turn over all the darkness and create lots of light in the world.  We hope that the light and joy of Chanukah lasts for each of you for the rest of the year. And if you haven’t seen the updated , be sure to check it out and let us know what you think.



6 responses to “Chanukah Lights for the Whole Year

  1. שלום וברכה! מה שלום איטלי׳?? הצלחה וד״ש לכולם! יחי המלך!!

    > El 08/12/2013, a las 14:02, JewishVenice escribió: > > >

  2. Happy Hanukkah from your favorite Calabasas Family the Helfends We love you The Helfend family

    Sent from my iPhone

  3. Thanks so much. We wish we could have been there to celebrate with you. Yasher Kochachem on all the wonderful work you do. Love from the Zukors.

    David J Zukor MD FRCSC Chief Department of Orthopedic Surgery SMBD-Jewish General Hospital

    Associate Professor of Surgery McGill University Montreal Canada

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