Hanukkah Celebration
The Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center welcomes the Island community to a Hanukkah celebration on Friday, Dec. 15.
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Celebrating Miracles at Hebrew Center Hanukkah Party
Alex Elvin

A crowd gathered for the festive annual party at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center, the sixth night of Hanukkah and the eve of the new month in the Hebrew calendar.

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Hanukkah Party at Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center
On Friday, Dec. 11, the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center will hold its community Hanukkah party and celebration featuring the Bart Weisman Klezmer Swing Group.
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Hanukkah Tradition Remembers Struggle for Freedom for All
Ivy Ashe
Tradition, music, food and loved ones were celebrated at fourth night of Hanukkah festivities at the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center. Ljuba Davis’ fourth grade Hebrew Center class even performed a Hanukkah rap drawing applause and cheers.
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Happy Hanukkah
Rabbi Caryn Broitman will lead the annual Hanukkah celebration on Friday, Dec. 18, at 5:30 p.m. at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center.
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Amid Stories of Miracles, Hebrew Center Glows on Last Day of Hanukkah
Olivia Hull
Dozens of varied hanukkiahs crowded a glass-topped table. All burned bright with eight candles each, flames dancing along with the congregation as they sang and clapped to the songs of Hanukkah.
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Hanukkah Celebration
Bring your menorah and join the community in celebrating the last night of Hanukkah at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center in Vineyard Haven.
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Sand in My Shoes: Going All-In for Holiday Smorgasbord
Holly Nadler
Some Jews celebrate Hanukkah and only Hanukkah, and my red-and-green tasseled hat goes off to them. But others of us come from either mixed heritage or mixed messages; we celebrate Christmas and Hanukkah with widely divergent measures of each.
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Hanukkah Festival Delights Young In Songs and Menorah Lighting
Chris Burrell
If there's a religious holiday that seems to encourage letting your hair down, it must be Hanukkah. At least that's how things looked over at the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center.
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Families Celebrate Hanukkah with Wide-Ranging Traditions
Rachel Nava Rohr

Some unpack prolific menorah collections, many make latkes, others make doughnuts and most buy presents - but whatever a family's traditions to prepare for Hanukkah, hundreds of Islanders will light the first menorah candles at sundown this evening, the beginning of the eight-night Festival of Lights.

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