Public Menorah Lighting - This cake depicts the scene of a Public Menorah Lighting on Chanukah. All of the Jewish people in the village are gathered around the giant menorah (made of sparklers) in the town square. Note the houses in the background. The windows are made of clear candy that have drawings of menorahs on them. There's a candle behind each window to make them shine.
Our holiday wall hanging makes menorah lighting easy and safe for even the youngest child. On the first night of Hanukkah, "light" the shammes and then the candle to the far right. Each night add a new flame, always starting
Bernard Zell students brought ruach and light into our school during the annual Leona Molosky Hanukkah Music Festival. From our beloved Nursery spinning dreidels; to the wonderful solo performances; to closing with a menorah lighting led by our 8th graders, today's celebration is one that strengthens our community's connection to their Jewish heritage and one another. #Hanukkah