Cirque De Hanukkah
The Alaska Jewish Campus and Lubavitch Jewish Center are hosting Anchorage's Citywide Cirque De Hanukkah featuring a myriad of activities for everyone ranging from The Spin-Tacular Basketball & Unicycle Show by Champions Forever to a Chocolate Gelt Factory – grind, melt, and mold your very own chocolate coins!
This year's Hanukkah Celebration showcases the incredible, Spin-Tacular Basketball and Unicycle Performance by Champions Forever in their premiere Alaskan debut of the Spin-Tacular Basketball Show. Champions Forever, who are being flown all the way from South Dakota for this event, will perform mind-boggling basketball and unicycle stunts that will have the audience on the edge of their seats with anticipation. Watch them spin basketballs and perform unicycle tricks that defy gravity and provide an unforgettable experience for all ages.
Guests will enjoy a unique screening of a comical Alaskan-made Hanukkah film, "Those Were The Nights" and food enthusiasts will love a deliciously authentic Falafel stand and Israeli cuisine. The Alaskan "Festival of Lights" always includes fun activities for the kids. Come enjoy the exciting multi-player Meltdown Hanukkah Spinning Game, Dreidel Bounce-House and Crafts for Toddlers and Preschoolers, Build Your Own Fidget Dreidel, and enjoy making some chocolate from the Chocolate Gelt Factory!
Get creative and festive while creating your own LED Menorah at the brand-new LED Menorah Wiring Workshop!Supplies are first come, first serve – you don't want to miss out on this new and fun building experience! Your new Menorah will be a fun keepsake for years to come.
Hanukkah, the festival of lights, is the most widely celebrated of all Jewish holidays. The festival marks the freedom of expression, commemorating the Jewish victory against religious persecution – "Light over Might." Public Menorah lightings are hosted all over the world and symbolize the universal message of cultural tolerance and diversity…And in the spirit of the classic Fur Rondy ice-sculpting tradition, Alaskan artist Scott "Spirio" Stephens will once again carve a giant Menorah from a solid block of ice during the celebration! All families are welcome – Happy Hanukkah!
For more information regarding this much-anticipated event, please contact the Alaska Jewish Campus & Lubavitch Jewish Center at (907) 279-1200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, 17 December, 2017
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