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Hanukkah 2014 Events in the Washington, DC Area
Find special events celebrating Hanukkah in the Washington, DC area, including holiday events in Maryland and Virginia.
National Hanukkah Menorah 2014 in Washington, DC
The National Hanukkah Menorah is lit at the Ellipse, near the White House in Washington, DC.
What Is Hanukkah - About Chanukkah - About Judaism
Hanukkah is a Jewish holiday celebrated for eight days and nights. It usually falls in late November or December on the secular calendar.
Traditional Foods for Hanukkah Celebrations - About Judaism
Like many Jewish holidays, Hanukkah has accompanying food traditions. Fried foods such as sufganiyot (jelly-filled doughnuts) and latkes (potato pancakes) ...
Hanukkah Traditions and Activities for Kids - About Judaism
Hanukkah, which is sometimes called The Festival of Lights, is one such holiday. It falls every year in late November or December on the secular calendar and ...
Hanukkah Candle Lighting Blessings: English and Hebrew
One of the most important Hanukkah rituals involves lighting the Hanukkah menorah. Learn more about this practice and about the blessings that are said in this ...
Hanukkah Gelt - What Is Hanukkah Gelt - About Judaism
Hanukkah gelt refers to either money given as a gift on Hanukkah, or more commonly today, to a coin shaped piece of chocolate. Usually the chocolate coin is ...
Songs for the Holiday of Hanukkah - About Judaism
Singing is a wonderful way to celebrate any holiday and Hanukkah is no exception. Here are eight popular Hanukkah songs with lyrics, translations and even ...
What Is a Latke? Potato Latkes Recipe for Hanukkah - About Judaism
Latkes are potato pancakes that are traditionally fried in oil as part of the Hanukkah holiday celebration.
Hanukkah Recipes - Kosher Jewish Holiday Food - Kosher Food
While potato pancakes (levivot or latkes) and jelly doughnuts (sufganiot) are the most popular Hanukkah treats, there are many more delicious traditional and ...