Hanukkah Happenings 2021: A Roundup of In-Person and Virtual Events


I just put away my Halloween decorations and added cute turkeys to the mantel. I am still recovering from a hectic Halloween and preparing myself for a busy Thanksgiving. Then it hit me: Hanukkah is IN NOVEMBER. And it is already November. Like right now. What?!?!?!

Hanukkah events

This year, Hanukkah starts with the first candle on Sunday, November 28 and ends with the eighth candle on Sunday, December 5. (The holiday actually ends at sundown on December 6, but you don’t light any candles that night.)

Don’t worry, I have got you covered with a guide for in-person and virtual Hanukkah activities to make your holiday extra celebratory (both family-friendly and a few just for Moms). If you want to focus on at home activities without a screen, check out PJ Library’s Hanukkah Hub for crafts, recipes, book suggestions and more.

Hanukkah events

In-Person Hanukkah Events:

Hanukkah events

Virtual Hanukkah Events:

How do you plan to celebrate Hanukkah? Let us know and tag us in your pics on social media!


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