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Chanukah {2013}

Happy Thanksgivukkah! A result of a rare coincidence between the Lunar calendar (whose dates reflect both the moon phase and the time of the solar year, and which can have between 353 and 385 days per year) and the Gregorian calendar. Since the calendars are not calculated the same way, Chanukah appears at a different …


Chanukah {2012}

Chanukah is not only a fun holiday, but the story behind it is great too! It’s not the most important holiday that we celebrate, but mostly a holiday for kids to experience. My tradition growing up was to light the menorah each night, recite a few prayers, open gifts (one gifts each night), sing songs, …

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