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Hanukkah Events at the 92Y

The season of light is upon us. Celebrate with your kids at the 92nd Y with a bunch of events. To start, families are invited to join the annual Hanukkah menorah lighting in the main lobby. Dance and sing with the 92Y School of Dance and the 92Y School of Music, then end the celebration with chocolate Hanukkah gelt. There's more...

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Wed-Wed, Dec 1-8




Light the menorah and Shabbat candles, eat latkes and challah and celebrate Hanukkah and Shabbat at the same time!

Fri, Dec 3

6-7:30 pm

$25 adult / $10 child (free for children up to 1 year)

All ages

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Celebrate Hanukkah! Build your own menorah, make candles, decorate a dreidel, get your face painted and produce delicious olive oil. Enjoy shows, musicians, storytelling and our annual latke cook-off.

Sun, Dec 5

10:30 am-1:30 pm

$20 adult / $15 child (free for children under 2)

All ages

92nd Street Y

1395 Lexington Ave.


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