By NYMetroParents Staff

Hanukkah Celebrations - Manhattan

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   The 92nd Street Y is the place to be for Hanukkah celebrations this month. The Hanukkah Festival on December 14 at 10:30am allows children to “travel around the world” and experience international foods, stories, arts and crafts, and performances. They’ll enjoy African drumming and a Hanukkah puppet show in Prague, and make menorahs and press their own olive oil with Judah the Maccabe in Israel. Children light the menorah and Shabbat candles and eat latkes and challah at a special Hanukkah Dinner on December 19, beginning at 6pm. From December 21-28, at 4:30pm, they can dance and sing for the annual Hanukkah Lights with Karina in the main lobby, and enjoy a Winter Lights Concert by the children’s band Shir-La-La on December 21 at 1pm. Hanukkah Festival: $20; $15 children; under 2 FREE. Hanukkah Dinner: $20; $8 children; under 2 FREE. Hanukkah Lights with Karina: FREE. Winter Lights Concert:  $15. The 92nd Street Y, Lexington Avenue and 92nd Street. 212-415-5500. 

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