2020 Guide to Hanukkah Events in Miami

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2020 Hanukkah Events in Miami Lynda Lantz Contributor Miami Mom Collective

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A Resource of Miami Area Hanukkah Events

Hanukkah is a wonderful celebration of a true miracle. Beginning at sundown on the 25th day of Kislev in the Hebrew calendar, it is observed for eight nights. 

As families gather together during Hanukkah they will light candles, recite blessings, play dreidel, and enjoy fried foods such as latkes and sufganiyot. It’s a beautiful way to remember how God looked after the Jewish people during a very difficult time in their history.  

If you know of any local menorah lightings or other Hanukkah events, we’d love to include them in our guide! Send an email to info{at}miamimomcollective.com to let us know.

The entire team at Miami Mom Collective wishes you and your family a joyful and fun-filled holiday season!

Hanukkah Events Happening Around Miami

The Miracle of Zoom Hanukkah Event | Dec 13
Losner Park Hanukkah Event | Dec 13
Saga Bay Park Hanukkah Event | Dec 13
Las Olas Hanukkah Festival | Dec 13

Alper JCC Gelt Out & Play Hanukkah Mini Golf Classic | Dec 13
PJ Library Chanukah at the Children’s Museum | Dec 13
Menorah Lighting on North Ocean Boulevard | Dec 13-17
Alper JCC Let it Glow Hanukkah Celebration | Dec 15

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Lynda
Lynda Lantz is originally from Cote D'Ivoire, where she lived until the age of 7 when her family moved to Northern VA. She graduated with a degree in Music from George Mason University, and went on to work with Cru at four universities in Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Florida. She was living in PA when she met her husband, Steve, on eHarmony, and moved to Miami in 2011 just a few days after their wedding. Shortly before becoming a SAHM, she was employed as an adoption caseworker and worked part-time with Cru at UM, and later Johnson & Wales University. Since then, she's been heavily involved in BSF and MOPS , which allow her to build relationships, pursue personal growth and develop leadership skills. She loves introducing people to this city she's come to call home, where she lives with her husband and two children. Connect with Lynda @MyBalantzedLife on Instagram.

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