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Community Hanukkah Celebration
Join the Jewish congregations of Cobb County and northern Fulton County, along with the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, for a free community celebration of Hanukkah (or Chanukah or Hanukah or Hannukah, etc.), open to all who enjoy religious freedom and are looking for a fun family event.
We'll light the candles for the holiday's fifth night on Temple Kol Emeth's giant menorah, enjoy Israeli dancing, hear stories with the PJ Library, make crafts and, of course, eat delicious fried food.
Please bring a gently used costume to send to needy residents of Israel's Yokneam-Megiddo region so they can properly celebrate Purim in February.
RSVPs are not necessary but are appreciated through this site.
More About Temple Kol Emeth
Temple Kol Emeth organizes, sponsors and runs a variety of community and religious programs, as well as its traditional Shabbat services. The temple hosts women's and men's fellowship groups, which provide support to the institution and the community, and also participates in a number of charitable and philanthropic causes. The temple plays host to the East Cobb preschool of the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta and runs the Fanny and Joe Margolin Religious School.