Get Ready for Chanukah with Har HaShem’s Annual Chanukah Bazaar

dreidelChanukah’s Coming!  The first night is Sunday Dec 6, 2015! Get ready for Chanukah by visiting Har HaShem’s Chanukah Bazaar during select hours between December 1-13. Click here for dates/hours. You will find the largest selection of Chanukah merchandise and Judaica under one roof, featuring:

  • Safed Chanukah Candles from Israel.   Beautiful assortment of colors and they are dripless. We’ve got the basic ones too.
  • Chocolate Gelt including milk, dark and nut free.
  • Menorahs for everyone in the family.  Kids, Collectibles, Gary Rosenthal, Tamara Baskin, and Fair Trade Menorahs from South Africa.  Electric menorahs to light up your home.
  • Dreidels in every size and color.
  • Games, Puzzles, Crafts and Books.
  • New Shira Jewelry direct from Israel.  Jewish stars, Tree of Life, Hamsas, and other delightful designs.
  • New Lizzie James Jewelry direct from California.   Fun and modern, these silver and leather pieces can be worn as a necklace or bracelet at prices surely to please.
  • Fair Trade Jewish Blessing Flags and Yarmulkes in cool, bright designs from Guatemala.  Everyone loves them!
  • Throwing a party?  We’ve got your Chanukah paper goods and colorful wrapping paper.
  • Decorations including colorful window gels and so much more!

Come check out our Chanukah Bazaar Dec 1-13 and support Har HaShem!

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