Celebrate Chanukah (or Hanukkah) with Custom & Craft and our community of partners! We've got something for everyone to make this Festival of Lights extra festive.
For Families, Artists and Cooks: Custom & Craft is teaming up with our favorite artists and makers for a webinar series made possible through the ROI Community Grassroots Events program. Make a DIY outdoor menorah on December 7. End the year with ritual & intention on December 8. And get your Hanukkah cooking questions answered on December 11.
For Seekers: Tend the hearth with Shamir Collective and Tiny Tevet Treasures, starting December 16, and keep the spark of connection alive this winter. All are welcome, and no previous knowledge of the month of Tevet or the rhythms of the Hebrew Calendar are required. This project of Shamir Collective is donation based. Curious to learn more? Click here.
For Adults with Special Needs: Custom & Craft and the Marlene Meyerson JCC will share creative rituals to make the most of the winter cozy season on December 16. Register at: https://mmjccm.org/programs/finding-light-darkness-creative-rituals-wintertime-0
For Adults 60+: Custom & Craft and the Marlene Meyerson JCC will share creative rituals to make the most of the winter cozy season on December 14. Register at: https://mmjccm.org/programs/finding-light-darkness-creative-rituals-wintertime
For Body Positive Adults: Rabbi Minna Bromberg of Fat Torah will lead A Miracle of Fat, a webinar on December 13, celebrating fat - the thing that saved us during Hanukkah! Learn more at: tinyurl.com/fathanukkah
For Secular Jews, Interfaith & Intercultural Families: Rabbi Denise Handlarski of Secular Synagogue shares the real history of the holiday with Hanukkah For Heretics on December 8th. Register at: https://www.facebook.com/events/2779977158929723/
For LGBTQ+ Adults: JQ's annual Gelty Pleasures on December 17 features a Drag Queen Bingo Party and Hanukkah candle lighting, drag performances and more! Register at: https://jqinternational.org/events/gelty2020/
For Anyone Wishing To Be Included In A Circle Of Women: SVIVAH is celebrating Hag HaBanot/Eid al Benat at HerTorah on 12/16. This Sephardic Celebration of Womanhood will features customs & guest scholars and honors upcoming b'not mitzvah. Find out more at www.svivah.org/happenings/hertorah-dec2020
For Everyone: Find gatherings from around the world as well as resources on Here For's Hanukkah website: https://events.herefor.com/landing/hanukkah