Chanukah Concert to rock Aruba this Sunday; All invited – free admission

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Join us Sunday evening, December 25th, at 7pm at the Hyatt Regency parking lot for an incredible evening of Chanukah entertainment!

There will be Children’s activities, an energy fire & dance show, a giant Menorah lighting and most importantly an exciting concert performance by the incredible Yoni Z from New York!

This Chanukah has so far been celebrated by hundreds across the island with menorah lightings at several resorts and beaches, a fantastic 30 car menorah parade and hundreds of latkes being served. Chabad has been busy giving out menorah kits to ensure that everyone on the island can celebrate this beautiful holiday.

For more information about the concert and to purchase VIP seats please visit www.jewisharuba.com/Chanukah.

The concert and other Chanukah events have been generously sponsored by

Caribbean Mercantile Bank (CMB), Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort and Casino, Ben Real Estate Services, Diamonds International Aruba, Daher Residenice, 4D Photo Bar, Do-It Center, Cigar Emporium, Superfood Plaza, Digital View and MayDragon Fly Marketing and is hosted by Chabad Aruba.

Chanukah is the Jeiwsh eight-day, wintertime “festival of lights” celebrated with nightly menorah lightings, special prayers and fried foods.

The joyous holiday is celebrated publicly to recall the victory of a militarily weak Jewish people who defeated the Syrian-Greeks who had overrun ancient Israel and sought to impose restrictions on the Jewish way of life and prohibit religious freedom. They also desecrated and defiled the Temple and the oils prepared for the lighting of the menorah, which was part of the daily service. Upon recapturing the Temple only one jar of undefiled oil was found, enough to burn only one day, but it lasted miraculously for eight. In commemoration, Jews celebrate Chanukah for eight days by lighting an eight-branched candelabrum known as a menorah. Today, people of all faiths consider the holiday a symbol and message of the triumph of freedom over oppression, of spirit over matter, of light over darkness.

The lights of Chanukah emphasize that every individual has the unique power to illuminate the entire world, and for this reason we make an effort at Chabad to invite every single person to join us in celebrating this beautiful holiday!