Chanukah - ChabadDayton.com
« Back to Chabad of Greater Dayton
At Chabad of Greater Dayton
Holiday Date
December 25, 2024 - January 2, 2025
ב"ה

Happy Chanukah!

Welcome to our Chanukah Minisite! Feel free to take a look around, see our upcoming events and learn about the miracle of Chanukah!

Women's Chanukah Craft Night
Menorah Lighting
Menorah Lightings
Chanukah Latke Fest & Party
The Miracle of Chanukah
Chanukah is the Jewish eight-day, wintertime “festival of lights, ” celebrated with a nightly menorah lighting, special prayers and fried foods. The Hebrew word Chanukah means “dedication, ” and is thus named because it celebrates the rededication of the Holy Temple. Chanukah begins on the eve of Kislev 25 and continues for eight days.
Upcoming events
Mar. 03, 2024
Men and boys over 13 join us as we put on Tefillin and pray followed by a delicious breakfast. No Tefillin experience needed.
Mar. 10, 2024
Rosh Chodesh Society Women's Class Using Every Resource for G‑d's Purpose Talent, time, funds, friendship, position, personality, are our resources truly ours? Which of them does Judaism ...
Mar. 14, 2024
An evening to welcome peace and blessings into our families, communities, and the world at large.
Unite women of all ages
Discover the secret to great tasting Challah
Explore the ...
Mar. 17, 2024
LOL! At this Purim Comic Conference we’ll be in for the silliest time. We’ll hop on over to the Silly Sock Factory where we’ll decorate a pair of wacky Purim socks.
A little face paint will ...
Mar. 23, 2024
The Kiddush lunch is sponsored by Moriel & Osnat Gindi in celebration of the graduation of Moriel and a farewell to Dayton.
Mar. 24, 2024
Featuring live Miami Valley Klezmer Ensemble, a delicious old country dinner, animals and more!

The Community Purim Party is a lively and vibrant celebration where community members of ...
Apr. 07, 2024
Men and boys over 13 join us as we put on Tefillin and pray followed by a delicious breakfast. No Tefillin experience needed.
Apr. 07, 2024
Rosh Chodesh Society Women's Class
Acting Morally in an Immoral Society

Judaism promotes cohesiveness and community, but not if the result is morally repugnant. It can be incredibly ...