Chanukah at the Capitol
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About The Event
As the Jewish holiday of light, Chanukah is a celebration of that which we hold most dear to us. Here in the United States, we are blessed to live in a country that truly values the right to religious freedom, a right that the public Menorah lighting celebrates with joy and festivity. This year the Menorah lighting ceremony will be dedicated to the memories of those that lost their lives in the Pittsburgh tragedy. Join us for an evening of community unity, pride and light with food and fun for all ages, including a giant Menorah, formal addresses from State Government officials, a live DJ, epic fire-show, BBQ, doughnuts with Dinger, chocolate gelt (coins), cotton candy, glow lights and more! We thank our sponsors: IFG Advisors - Mark Mattis Sessel, Bulow Jewelers, Patient Shield Concepts LLC, Stop N Park and Vet Care Animal Hospital - Dr Steve Feldman, for making this event possible. Please RSVP for catering purposes and to secure your free city parking nearby. $10 suggested donation.
- Free Parking at 1350 Grant St$0$0Sold Out
- RSVP with Suggested Donation$10$100$0