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Celebrate Hanukkah at one of the many events happening in Nashville. The first night of Hanukkah is Sunday, December 2nd this year. If you are not Jewish, you can learn more about Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights and all the traditions that mark the holiday.

NowGen and PJ Library Family Hanukkah Prep Party

November 25, 2018,  4 PM – 6 PM

Gordon JCC, 801 Percy Warner Blvd, Nashville, Tennessee 37205

Bring your whole family to celebrate Hanukkah. Join in for pizza, latkes, crafts, music, menorah making and more! RSVP to Carolyn Hyatt and get more details HERE.

Chanukah Menorah Workshop at Home Depot

December 2, 2018, 4 PM

Bellevue Home Depot (7665 Hwy 70 S, Nashville, 37221 – Map) – RSVP Required

Come build a free Menorah thanks to Chabad of Nashville and Home Depot. Get additional details and RSVP (required to attend) HERE. 

Menorah Lighting at the Public Square (Map)

December 4, 2018, 4:30 PM

Join in with Mayor David Briley and other Nashville leaders for a Chanukah celebration and the lighting of the Menorah downtown. Get more information HERE.

Light Up the Night!

December 8, 2018, 7 PM 

Chabad Center for Jewish Awareness, 95 Bellevue Road, Nashville, 37221

Join Chabad for a a Chanukah family fun fest featuring latkes, donuts, dreidels, and live music. Get more details and RSVP HERE.  

Hanukkah Fest at the Gordon JCC (Map)

December 9, 2018, 4 PM – 7 PM

Tickets: $10 adults, $5 children or $40 maximum for a family

Join us for dinner with homemade latkes, sufganiyot (donuts), kids carnival games and art projects, dreidel tournament, and live music from Mr. Steve and Band. One Hanukkah event not to be missed. Open to ALL! Get all the details HERE

Nashville Predators Jewish Heritage Night at Bridgestone Arena (Map)

December 3, 2018, On Ice Menorah Lighting at 6:45 PM, doors open at 5:30 and puck drop is at 7 PM

Tickets (discounted HERE): Prices start at $51. Each discounted ticket purchased includes a $10 donation to the Jewish community organization of your choice.

Come cheer on the Preds on December 3rd at the 9th Annual Jewish Heritage Night. There will be a Pre-game on-ice menorah lighting ceremony and Chanukah sing-alongs. Get more info HERE.

Chanukah at the State Capitol

See the tallest menorah in Tennessee at the corner of Charlotte Ave. and Sixth Ave. Find more details HERE.

Let us know if you know of any additional celebrations we can share! You can Contact Us HERE.

About Lauren Breeze

Lauren BreezeLauren is a transplant from Texas and has become a local tourist exploring the area with her two children. She loves to discover new places in Nashville to share with others.