Saturday, December 5, 2015

World's Largest Menorah and a concert by Pey Dalid


The strength of Brooklyn's diversity is especially evident during the holiday season. From Bay Ridge to Brooklyn Heights, and Canarsie to Crown Heights, a colorful cornucopia of all our cultures is represented everywhere you look, with festive displays of wreaths, Christmas trees, Kwanzaa kinaras, Chanukah menorahs, and beautifully illuminated homes, which light our spirits and put a warm glow in our hearts.
Join me at Grand Army Plaza this Sunday, December 6th at 5:00 PM for the lighting of theWorld's Largest Menorah and a concert by Pey Dalid. This is a terrific way to kick off the festival of Chanukah, and to learn more about the culture of our Jewish residents.  For more information, click here.
Join me the following day, Monday, December 7th at 5:00 PM, as we light Brooklyn's Official Menorah at the corner of Montague and Court streets, followed by a holiday reception at Brooklyn Borough Hall featuring children's musical entertainer, Bobby Doowah.  For more information, click here.
During this holiday season, please take time to explore the colorful displays of holiday spirit throughout Brooklyn. You will find that while we are many faiths and cultures here in the Borough of Kings, our appreciation of the different holidays we celebrate points to the true spirit of One Brooklyn.

Save the dates for these upcoming events, which I am proud to support, at and around Brooklyn Borough Hall; please contact our office for additional information:

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