The annual Menorah car parade will take place on Monday night, 5th night of Chanukah leaving Crown Heights for the streets of New York City.
The Mitzvah Tank Organization has begun preparation for this year’s Menorah Parade which will spread the light of Chanukah throughout the streets of New York City.
Plans have been made to make this year’s parade the largest and most successful, sharing and uplifting each Jew of New York, with the light and joy of Chanukah.
This year’s parade will take place on Monday night the Fifth night of Chanukah, 28 Kislev, December 14th; leaving Crown Heights at 4:30 PM sharp.
Thanks to a group of dedicated staff and volunteers, a special emphasis has been placed on, increasing the number of vehicles participating in the parade. Especially this year during these dark times all around, we must increase the spread of Chanukah light throughout the city of New York!
Each family that has a Menorah atop their car, is encouraged to participate in the parade. The annual Car Menorah Parade is an opportunity for anash and their families to join in the Rebbe’s call of Mivtzah Chanukah and persumei nisah.
The NYPD requires a copy of each parade participant’s driver’s license and registration. All those that wish to participate in the parade, MUST submit their license and registration via the registration system. Those who do not register will not be able to participate.
To register visit Menorahparade.nyc
Don’t delay, as registration closes Thursday night, Dec 10th, 10:00 PM.
This year, there will also be an option to be a parade VIP, for a small donation, aside from helping to cover the cost of the parade, your car will lead this years menorah parade!
Organizers request that those participating in the parade should arrive on time, as the parade will be passing by the world’s largest Menorah as it is being lit.
For more info, call the parade hotline at 718-804-0077 Ext. 129.
The parade is organized by the Mitzvah Tank Organization, under the auspices of Lubavitch Youth Organization.
The Mitzvah Tank Organization would like to thank the NYPD Highway and the 71st Pct. for their assistance and making the parade possible.