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Chanukah Bowl

Chanukah Bowl


 What’s Bowling Got To Do With It?! Chabad @ the Beaches is proud to announce: Chanukah Bowl. Enjoy a family fun night out, in the spirit of the holiday of Chanukah. December 11th at 3:30-6:30 @ Beaches Bowl, 818 Beach Blvd.  Chabad has negotiated an excellent rate of $5 per person for two games including bowling shoes. 

Spend time with your family, meet new friends, have fun bowling, play a traditional game of Dreidel, eat great Chanukah foods, holiday music, and see the Menorah being lit.

 "The Chanukah Bowl," is an afternoon of bowling, music, prizes food and fun, all in the Chanukah spirit, according to the Chabad Web site This is the only and first Chanukah Bowling event in the Beaches history.

 Rabbi Nochum Kurinsky, the director of the Chabad Center at the Beach, said “The whole room will be transformed into the Chanukah spirit,” he said. At the entrance to the Bowling alley, there will be a large menorah for all to enjoy.

 "The purpose of this event is to celebrate the joy, fun and spirit of the festive event in a central location," Kurinsky said. "There will be bowling, pool games, latkes (potato pancakes) and dreidel games."

 He said there would be free admission and the games would be at discounted prices.

Chanukah has a message that people of all different backgrounds can relate to, Kurinsky said. "Chanukah has a message that everyone can relate to, ideas of religious freedom and tolerance," he said. "By holding the event in a central location, we hope to attract many different people to come and celebrate together." Kurinsky said the significance of Hanukkah lies in the eight flames of the menorah. Each night, an additional flame is lit to symbolize the oil, which burned for eight days instead of one.

 More information on Chanukah is available at

 For more information about this or any other Chabad @ the Beaches activity or event, contact Chabad by phone at (904) 543-9301, by E-mail