By CBSBoston.com Staff

BOSTON (CBS) – Thursday night marks the beginning of the Jewish Holiday of Hanukkah, and temples are finding ways to celebrate despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some temples are holding menorah-lighting parades while others are lighting

“We’re just grateful to be able to share Hanukkah through Temple Israel Boston because we do have a … way into people’s homes. That’s something that we can look at as a miracle of this season – that we don’t have to celebrate it alone,” said Rabbi Elaine Zecher.
Hanukkah goes from Dec. 10-17.

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Sunday, Dec. 13
Menorah Topped Car Parade in Needham

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Tuesday, Dec. 15
Menorah Lighting in Dedham Square

Thursday, Dec. 10-Thursday Dec. 17
Temple Hillel B’nai Torah Zoom Candle Lighting

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CBSBoston.com Staff