Shabbat and Holidays
Chanukah Across Chicago
December 10-18th, 2020
JUF in Partnership with: AJC ACCESS Chicago, Anshe Emet YAD, ChiTribe, Encompass, JCC Chicago, Jewish National Fund, Mishkan Chicago, Moishe House, Reboot, Repair the World, JUF Russian Jewish Division, JUF Young Leadership Division, SHALVA, Shorashim, Silverstein Base Hillel, Temple Sholom Makom, Trybal Gatherings
Events are subject to change.
JUF Russian Jewish Division Latke Lessons with Girl and the Kitchen (December 9th)
ChiTribe Virtual Candle Lighting LIVE on Facebook and Zoom
JCC Chicago Hoppy Hanuakh Brew Box
Thursday, December 10th
Base Hillel Base Rebbe Roundtable
The People's Club, Masa Madre, and Chicago Repair Chanukah Celebration
Chabad Lincoln Park Chanukah Pop Up
Lakeview Moishe House Chanukkah Storytelling RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wicker Park Moishe House First Night of Hanukkah Bash
Friday, December 11th
OneTable Jake Cohen's Third Annual Hanukkah
Saturday, December 12th
Chabad of East Lakeview Chanukah Parade
Silverstein Base Hillel Lincoln Park Latke Making and Havdalah
Sunday, December 13th
Temple Sholom Makom Virtual Campfire Night
Monday, December 14th
Baser Led Candle Lighting with Silverstein Base Hillel
JCC Chicago Trivia with Brain Bash
Lincoln Park Moishe House Virtual Chanukah Party!
Wicker Park Moishe House Edible Dreidel Making and Scattergories
Tuesday, December 15th
JNFuture: Jewish National Fund A Taste of Chanukah with JNFuture
Wednesday, December 16th
ChiTribe Virtual Candle Lighting LIVE on Facebook and Zoom with Light Yourselves Up: An Interactive Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Workshop with No Shame On U Engagement Coordinator, Ellen Geis, and ChiTribe.
Thursday, December 17th
Silverstein Base Hillel Loop Hanukkah Mishmar and Candle Lighting
Trybal Gatherings The Holiday Party (December 23rd)
OneTable helps make Friday night dinner prep a breeze! This means people that are post-college/pre-family can take advantage of OneTable's Shabbat resources to host Friday night dinner or be a guest at one, too.
The OneTable website is a lot like Airbnb for Shabbat dinner. You can post a dinner, or sign up to attend one any week of the year. Keep your dinner private, semi-private, or make it totally public. Here's how it works: dinner hosts get a $15 credit per person (up to $150 per dinner) redeemed online for groceries or dinner delivery. Head over here to get started.
If you want to bounce around some new ideas or have any questions about food prep, drink, or ritual, feel free to dial a OneTable Shabbat coach through the OneTable website.