Best Things to Do for Hanukkah Fun in Atlanta
Hanukkah begins at sundown on December 7. Celebrate the Festival of Lights with menorah lightings, entertainment, treats and more.
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Create your own menorah and enjoy Hanukkah treats. Dec. 2.
Watch a traditional menorah lighting as part of Sandy Springs’ annual event, which also has music, gift market and snow. Dec. 3.
Enjoy a festive evening with a tree lighting, menorah lighting, Santa visits, live reindeer, holiday characters, performances and more. Dec. 7.
Join Chabad and the City of Alpharetta at this annual lighting. Dec. 7.
Get ready for Chanukah with a tour around the world to learn how families in different countries celebrate Hanukkah. Dec. 9.
Meet at the Glover Park stage for a celebration including holiday music, hot chocolate, doughnuts and Rabbi Joseph Prass from Congregation Ner Tamid. Dec. 10.
Light up the night with Avalon and Chabad of North Fulton, and enjoy special goodies. Dec. 10.
Celebrate Hanukkah with a special program. Dec. 10.
Join the city and Chabad Enrichment Center of Gwinnett for a celebration featuring a menorah lighting, family-friendly activities and entertainment. Dec. 10.
Celebrate with a 1970s-themed skate party, menorah lighting, singing prayers and more. Dec. 10.
With Chabad of Dunwoody, celebrate the Festival of Lights with a gelt drop, delicious food, face painting, songs and more. Dec. 10.
Chabad of Cobb celebrates with a menorah lighting ceremony, activities, treats and more. Dec. 10.
Celebrate with the lighting of the menorah, gelt, latkes, games and more, hosted by Chabad of Forsyth and Congregation Beth Israel. Dec. 10.
Grand celebrations with music, entertainment and Chanukah treats. Dec. 10 and 12-14.
Enjoy a menorah lighting, Hanukkah songs and performances. Dec. 12.
Celebrate Hanukkah at this annual lighting. Dec. 12.
See the lighting of Kennesaw’s Menorah. Dec. 13.