We started the Jewish holiday, Chanukah with a fun adventure at the LIT Experience.
We started the LIT Experience at the Decorate a Dreidel station. The kids used florescent colors that looked super cool in the black light.
Next up was Face Painting. My kids opted to have their hands painted instead.
The 3rd station was Cookie Decorating. The cookies were deliciously made by Diamond Bakery.
The 4th station was t-shirt making. Pick your saying, t-shirt size and in 15 minutes your shirt will be ready for you to pick up.
After walking through the stations for a bit we went outside for a snack. We got sufganiyot (jelly doughnuts in Hebrew) and latkes to munch on.
There was also a bar, The Broken Candle movie, and a fun lounge area.
I even bumped into my friend, Abby over at Tribe Adventures.
Back inside we enjoyed a dancing menorah and dance show.
We had such a fun time! Thank you LIT Experience for giving my Jewish kids an event for them to attend.
🕍 Beautiful projection-mapped installation by Bart Kresa
🕎 Curated Hanukkah projects by Petit Bizoo Art Studio and a cookie-decorating experience
🍸 Food & cocktails from Redbird available for purchase
😮 Live performances, blackout selfie room, and more
✨ Each night is special and may feature LED dancers, a klezmer trio set to breakbeats, a special Hanukkah set by the Beat Buds, and/or candle lighting ceremonies!
🎫 General Admission – includes entry for 1 to the projection-mapped venue with a dreidel art kit and cookie-decorating experience is $18.
🎫 Family Pack – discounted General Admission tickets for a group of 4–6 people is $60.
Buy your tickets here.
Disclosure: This post was written as part of my participation with Socal Influential. While LIT Experience provided me material and necessary resources to complete various activities, the thoughts and statements in this post are my own.