Celebrate the Festival of Lights with Temple Beth El
at a community-wide musical Chanukah and Shabbat service
celebrating the light in our lives.
December 14, 2012
at Mizner Park Amphitheater
The evening begins at 5:00 pm with Gourmet Food Trucks providing a variety of choices for a festive Shabbat dinner, and a kids play and activity area. At 7:30 pm Rabbi Dan Levin, Rabbi Jessica Spitalnic Brockman and Cantorial Soloist Lori Shapiro will lead our community in a beautiful Shabbat and Chanukah evening service where we will light the Chanukah candles together. Joining the festivities will be Temple Beth El's Adult Chorale, Shir Joy (our youth choir for grades 3-6) and Shir Ruach (our teen song leading group).
Food trucks include:
Everything else is free!!! Bounce houses, laser tag, crafts, EZ Paint, face painting and hair braiding for the kids, Chanukah songs with the famous Miss Emily starting at 5:30, souvenier Chanukah photos at the “What to do in Boca Raton” booth, contests with prizes and lots of giveaways! Then of course stay for our beautiful, musical Chanukah and Shabbat service starting at 7:30.
There is limited seating, so please bring lawn chairs and blankets. Parking is available in any Mizner Parking garage or at the First United Methodist Church lot just to the north of the Amphitheater. There is also metered parking on the streets at Mizner. Once the Mizner garages fill, Plaza Real will be closed to through traffic and will be available for restaurant valet only, however garages will be accessible from Federal Highway. There will be additional overflow parking at the library and City Hall.
Sponsorship and advertising opportunities are available.
if you would like to become a sponsor or to advertise in our program booklet.
Partial proceeds from the evening will benefit
Ruth Rales Jewish Family Service and The Giving Tree of Temple Beth El.
to view the press release for the event.
to view our facebook event.
Rabbi Dan Levin explains why and how we celebrate Chanukah, along with how to light the Chanukah candles.
Why We Celebrate Chanukah
How to Celebrate Chanukah in a Special Way
How to Light the Chanukah Candles