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December 7, 2022

16 Hanukkah celebrations and ceremonies taking place in NYC this year

Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, begins at sunset on Sunday, December 18, and lasts until sunset on Monday, December 26. There are a variety of events across New York City that celebrate the eight-night holiday, including menorah lighting ceremonies, arts festivals, live music, and much more. Ahead, find a way to celebrate the holiday, from the famous menorah lighting in Central Park and Prospect Park to arts and crafts at the Jewish Museum.
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November 27, 2021

Celebrate Hanukkah in NYC at these menorah lighting ceremonies and celebrations

The Jewish Festival of Lights starts early this year, running from sunset on Sunday, November 28 through Monday, December 6. To mark Hanukkah, several organizations in New York City are hosting menorah lighting ceremonies and events throughout the eight-night holiday. Ahead, find a celebration near you, from the rival "world's largest" menorahs near Central Park and Prospect Park to a menorah made of ice at the Seaport.
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December 8, 2015

Where to See the Best Lights in NYC This Holiday Season

It's Christmastime in the city! It's also time to see what New York City has to offer in this year's twinkly lights department. We've seen it time and time again—New York City painted as a romantic holiday backdrop, perfect for evoking the true Christmas spirit. Most of us are already familiar with classic destinations like Rockefeller Center and the Macy's window display, so in lieu of the standard roster 6sqft has put together the following list to help you find some of the less obvious (but no less spectacular) places to see fabulous lights for the 2015 holiday season.
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