Share this Hanukkah story at your party: The history of Hanukkah (aka Chanukah) goes back, way back, to when it all started in the year 165 BCE. Hanukkah (Chanukah), the "dedication" and "The Festival of Lights", is a Jewish festival which begins on the Hebrew date of the 25th of Kislev and lasts eight days, through the 2nd of Tevet. Hanukkah commemorates the victory of the Maccabees (led by Judah) over the Hellenistic Syrians in a revolt that took place around 165 BCE. The most important Hanukkah ritual is the candle lighting. A candle is lit in a special candleholder called a Menorah. Each night, one more candle is added. The middle candle, called the "Shamash", is used to light each of the other candles and it is lit every night. On the first night of Hanukkah, two candles are lit (the Shamash and the candle for the first night) and on the last night, there are nine lit candles. As you know the story of Chanukah is an interesting tradition...
Make sure your decorations match your style and also your theme. Plan ahead of time to create a gratifying celebration experience for everyone. All in all, a bash isn't a bash without food, friends, family, and fun!
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You don't need to throw a lavish holiday party to have a memorable, fun-filled night this Hanukkah. Gather friends and family around for a fun, spin of the favorite Hanukkah game called Dreidel. Players can use nuts, raisins, or chocolate coins as tokens or chips.
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