BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. – The Space Coast is ready to make some waves with its Hanukkah celebration Sunday afternoon.
The Chabad of the Space Coast is hosting a free Hanukkah festival and menorah parade, which departs from Chabad in Satellite Beach at 3:30 p.m. and travels to Chabad in Viera, located at 7350 Lake Andrew Drive in Melbourne, according to the organization’s website.
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All vehicles participating in the parade must arrive at its starting location by 2:30 p.m. Those interested in mounting a menorah to their vehicle are encouraged to arrive at 2 p.m., when distribution begins on a first-come, first-served basis.
Cars that arrive later than those times are still invited to participate, but menorahs will not be guaranteed.
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Chanukah Parade flags, and other items, will also be available for purchase before the parade.
The music festival and menorah lighting will then begin at the parade’s end at 4 p.m., the website reads. There, guests can enjoy a concert by Argentine-Israeli musician Yehuda Glantz, acrobatic shows by the African High Flyers, food and more.
For more information on the parade, click here. Festival information can be found here.
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