Description: Shine a Light!
Shining a light on hate to make our world safer and kinder takes all of us. Join jkid4all, The Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History, and Jewish Federation of North America on Monday, December 26th, 3:30pm to 5:00pm for an afternoon of learning about light.
This free family event will highlight the history and customs of Hanukkah, including stories of communities standing up for their Jewish neighbors at Hanukkah. We will also explore the history and customs of Kwanzaa, an African-American celebration of heritage, culture, and community with educator Elaine Johnson. Included will be a light-themed take-home craft activity. The event will culminate with the lighting of both the Kinara and the Hanukkah menorah.
Location: An indoor location in Center City; please register for the exact address.
Date and Time: Monday, December 26, 2022, 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Recommended Ages: All ages
For more information: contact Julia Weekes
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Pre-registration is required. Please register everyone, including both children and adults, who plan to attend.
Accommodations: Thanks to a generous grant from the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, we are able to provide accommodations for any child or family member with a disability to attend jkidphilly events. If you need an accommodation such as an ASL interpreter, a sensory toolbox, or even behavior support for your child, or if you have questions about the accessibility of any program or venue, please note so on our form or contact us. In most cases, our staff will need two weeks’ notice to provide accommodations, but we will do our best to meet your needs on any timeframe.
Covid Policy: For our in-person events, we’ll work together to take care of our community by following these guidelines:
For outdoor programming:
- Masks are optional
For indoor programming:
- Non-cloth (n95, KN95, surgical) masks are required for children ages 2 years+ and adults
- Registering in advance (and limiting programs to 20 families) to assure that we have room to socially distance;
For all programming:
- Staying at home if anyone in the family has a cold, cough, fever, or other symptoms, or has been exposed to anyone with COVID-19.