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December 14, 2022

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Hanukkah begins sundown on December 18 and ends on December 25. Our Kultura Collective partners are offering programming for all ages to learn, celebrate and enjoy. However you enjoy the holiday, we wish you a very Happy Hanukkah!

Swingin’ with the Cool Cats

December 15, 2022

Enjoy the smooth & swingin’ hits of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr., and dance the afternoon away at our Rat Pack inspired concert held in celebration of Chanukah.

IGNITE! Tikkun Leil Chanukah: A New Festival of Jewish Culture & Learning

December 17, 2022

IGNITE! opens with a community-wide Havdalah for all ages, then breaks into a choose-your-own-adventure of arts-based workshops, performances, and Jewish study sessions.

The Mark Nizer 4D Experience

December 18, 2022

Wearing special glasses, Mark will transport you into a new dimension of laser lights and technology.

Gila Münster’s 4th Annual 8 Gays of Channukah queer Jewish variety show

December 18, 2022

A fundraiser variety show benefiting Machane Lev, featuring queer Jewish performers including drag queens, singers, and more!

Lawrence Plaza Chanukah Extravaganza 2022

December 18, 2022

Toronto celebrates the Jewish Festival of Lights with a free, outdoor, city-wide spectacular musical event for all.

TORONUKKAH HANUKKAH

December 20, 2022

Join in an art-filled, outdoor, all-ages community candle lighting celebration for the third night of Hanukkah!

Hanukkah Concert with Mister G and Friends

December 25, 2022

Join Latin Grammy Award-winning musician Mister G and Jewish music-makers and global collaborators for a family-friendly Hanukkah concert, filled with ruach (spirit).

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