Hanukkah's early start -- the night before Thanksgiving this year -- has put an interesting twist on the holiday and created some challenges in scheduling the synagogue's annual dinner. But plan to join us for these events:
Religious and Hebrew School students and their parents will sing holiday songs during Family Shabbat services at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6, prior to the congregation’s Post Hanukkah Dinner.
Post Hanukkah Dinner
A menu of challah, brisket or vegetarian entree, latkes, salad, cooked carrots, applesauce and apple crisp will be served following Shabbat family services Friday, Dec. 6. Cost is $20 for adults, $10 for children, free for children under 5 years old. Please make your reservation to the office by Friday, Nov. 29.
Hat and Glove Drive
Don't forget to bring a warm hat, waterproof gloves, winter socks or hand warmers do donate to the synagogue's annual Hat and Glove Drive. Items will be collected until the annual meeting on Sunday, Dec. 22, then donated to CHUM for distribution to our neighbors in need. Look for the collection box in the front foyer.