The Hanukkah spirit also surrounds the air as November comes to an end and December begins lighting and cheering the holiday spirit. As a multi-cultural city, Miami celebrates the Jewish holiday with plenty of lights, dreidels, and cheerful songs that accompany the religious celebration.
The Festival of Lights is 8 days long; one candle is lit every sundown and placed on the Menorah from left to right. Families and friends gather to celebrate and share their culture and food.
Hannukah in Miami and around the world begins at sundown on…
• Sunday, December 21 in 2008
• Friday, December 11 in 2009
• Wednesday, December 1 in 2010
• Tuesday, December 20 in 2011
• Saturday, December 8 in 2012
• Wednesday, November 27 in 2013
• Tuesday, December 16 in 2014
• Sunday, December 6 in 2015
Holidays in Miami are always celebrated with a variety of festivals and Miami events which bring out the holiday spirit for everyone to enjoy and experience. For more information on more events in Miami for the Jewish community, visit www.mbjcc.org. Kosher restaurants in Miami
are also quite popular among the Jewish community, you can find them everywhere throughout the city of Miami serving delicious gourmet dishes for you and your family and friends to enjoy year-round.
If you are planning to enjoy the Hanukkah in Miami, visit www.MiamiHabitat.com
for information on accommodations and vacation rentals. (last updated on 12.18.2008)