Zusha to Kickoff Brooklyn’s Largest Menorah Lighting

New York City’s Premier Chanukah event will once again kick off Sunday, December 18th at 4:00 pm at the Grand Army Plaza entrance to Prospect Park, featuring the world-famous Jewish band Zusha live in concert.

New York City’s Premier and Largest Chanukah event will begin Sunday, December 18th at 4:00 pm at the Grand Army Plaza entrance to Prospect Park.

The free community event will feature the world-famous Zusha live-in-concert, in addition to hot latkes and special gifts for the children.

Rabbi Shimon Hecht, Director of Chabad Park Slope, highlighted that this year is a year of Hakhel and in this spirit all men, women and children are encouraged to participate. “Unfortunately, Brooklyn has been a source of anti-Jewish rhetoric, hate crimes and revisionist history. Chanukah is the miraculous victory of light. Now is the time to publicly display our commitment to our history and traditions. We will not be bullied. We will not be deterred. From Brooklyn, NY we will deliver to the world our message of light and truth stronger than ever before.”

Due to the height of the huge menorah, the gold-colored steel structure will be lit using a special 45-foot boom lift. Kerosene lanterns with specially designed glass chimneys shelter the Chanukah lights from the outdoor elements.

Brooklyn’s Largest Menorah is a project of Chabad of Park Slope  a division of the National Committee for the Furtherance of Jewish Education (NCFJE)

2022 lighting schedule:
1st Night of Chanukah, Sunday, December 18 Kickoff Concert Event begins at 4:00 pm
2nd Night of Chanukah, Monday, December 19 at 6:00 pm3rd Night of Chanukah, Tuesday, December 20 at 6:00 pm4th Night of Chanukah, Wednesday, December 21 at 6:00 pm5th Night of Chanukah, Thursday, December 22 at 6:00 pm6th Night of Chanukah, Friday, December 23 at 3:30 pm7th Night of Chanukah, Saturday, December 24 at 7:15 pm8th Night of Chanukah, Sunday, December 25 at 5:00 pm

For more information Email: [email protected] Call: 646-298-9909
Visit www.LargestMenorah.com

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