Comprehensive List of Hanukkah – and Chanukah – Events

JtBoulderConfused about how to spell Chanukah? Find out 16 ways to spell Hanukkah plus a list of events happening every night of the holiday on Jewish Together – Boulder’s comprehensive Boulder County Chanukkah Resource Guide. If you’ve had your fill of Christmas event listings, this guide is for you.

You can find out about volunteering at a Jewish Family Service Chanukah party, eating chili at Twisted Pine Brewing with Kehillat Orot Yisrael and “seeing and being seen” at the 6th annual Ignite Chanukah Party – the biggest bash of the year! There are also tons of activities for children and families.

The website also features a twist on Hanukah celebrations with 8 theme nights that don’t necessarily revolve around the old Chanuka standbys of wars, miracles and gifts. Try game night, fried food night or craft night with friends and family.

If that’s not enough to get you in the Hanuka mood, the resource guide compiles a list of recipes for latkes – everything from regular potatoes to sweet potatoes to gluten-free variations. Also, try your hand at sufganiot, an Israeli jelly donut.

We’ve also compiled a list of Hannukka themed videos sure to please even the crankiest of holiday guests.

If your holiday event is not listed in the guide, please contact Amy Atkins amy@jtboulder.org to get listed.

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