The Great Chanukah Street Fair at Regatta Park

Holiday fun for the whole family; featuring live music, delicious food, craft projects, and much more!
This Chanukah the streets of Coconut Grove will be lit.
For decades, Chabad has been bringing the light of Chanukah to the streets of Miami with giant Menorahs and festival events, beginning with the first night’s Parade of Light, a convoy of cars bearing large Menorahs and spreading holiday cheer.
This Hebrew year is a “Hakhel,” a time dedicated to bringing people together. In that spirit, Chabad of Miami will co-host a Chanukah Street Fair.
“People want to come together, to meet and celebrate with others,” said Rabbi Levi Friedman, of Chabad of Miami. “Especially during the holiday season. We want to ensure that no one in Coconut Grove feels lonely during this festive time. That we are all here for each other.”
Reflecting on the broad appeal of the festival, Rabbi Friedman explained: “Chanukah celebrates a historic and timeless victory, highlighted by kindling Menorah each night of the holiday. Its message is universal. Good will triumph over evil, freedom over oppression, and light over darkness.”
The fair is co-hosted by the City of Miami and the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District. The Hon. Mayor Francis X. Suarez, will be honored with lighting the lead candle of the Menorah.
Admission is free and open to all. The Simply Tsfat band will be coming all the way from Israel to play their distinct brand of traditional tunes with a modern twist. Food trucks will be on hand with treats that are delicious and, of course, kosher. Children will have an opportunity to build their own menorahs and enjoy other crafts and activities.
Festivities begin Sunday, December 18 with the Parade of Light, leaving Chabad of Miami Headquarters at 2:30 PM and heading for Regatta Park for the Street Fair, running 3:00-6:00 PM.
Chabad of Miami joins thousands of Chabad Centers across the globe displaying the Menorah and its symbolic lights. From Arkansas to Australia, Hawaii to Hong Kong, hundreds of thousands will experience the joy of Chanukah with Chabad.
For more information contact Chabad of Miami, (305) 445-5444 or visit us at: www.ChabadMiami.com.
Rabbi Levi Friedman, Chabad of Coconut Grove

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