FROZEN Chanukah on Ice Kicks Off Night One in Arvada

On Sunday afternoon, the first night of Chanukah, December 6, from 5:00 – 7:15 pm, Chabad of NW Metro Denver will offer the ultimate Chanukah celebration – Frozen Chanukah on Ice – at the Apex Center in Arvada 13150 W 72nd Ave. Arvada.

The ice rink – open exclusively for Chanukah on Ice participants – will play a mix of contemporary popular Jewish and Israeli music to invigorate the skaters with a Chanukah spirit. A Chanukah dinner will take place in the adjacent party rooms where Dan (Yolles) the Music Man will be singing Chanukah songs.

Frozen characters Olaf the Snowman will be on hand to help novice skaters both young and old and Elsa will be delighting kids with face painting.

We want to bring the spirit of the Chanukah holiday alive for everyone – adults and kids alike,” said Rabbi Benjy Brackman, Director of Chabad of NW Metro Denver who is hosting the event, “what better way than to combine a popular winter pastime, a favorite Disney movie and the festival of Chanukah!”

Chanukah on Ice 2014

The cost of $12 per person includes skates, a buffet dinner including latkahs and donuts, Chanukah arts and crafts and a menorah lighting ceremony.

Families with children four and under might be eligible to free visiting www.mazeltot.org

Extra: FREE admission to the Apex Center Club House. A paradise of creative and interactive play possibilities for ages 1-10

For tickets and more information on this event and other local Chanukah menorah lightings, please contact 720-984-5805 or visit www.COJewish.com.

About Rabbi Benjy Brackman

Benjy Brackman is the Rabbi/Executive Director of Chabad of NW Metro Denver in Westminster, Colorado.

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