Hanukkah (Chanukah): Festival of Lights • Christmas • Kwanzaa
Adventures in On Line Shopping – An Occasional Series on Holiday Shopping
As we start the Holiday celebrations of Hanukkah, Christmas, and Kwanza by searching for the perfect gift for someone special—don’t get stuck on just one celebration. Look at other Holiday sites that can inter-relate into your own. We are so diverse at our house that we celebrate all the holidays, even if in little ways. Also—think if inter-relating gifts. A beautiful ethnic Jewish gift can be given no matter the occasion.
There are hundreds of sites to look thru, search Jewish shop gifts on your browser and make your choice. Here is a link to Hanakkah decorations.
Hanukkah begins this year at sundown on December 20 and lasts to sundown on December 28. The Festival of Lights is a celebration that commemorates the miracle of the oil that burned for 8 days. For more about Hanukkah click here!
Hoshen sterling silver ring from Huva.com, for the Love of Israel
Kwanzaa begins December 26 and lasts seven days. Kwanzaa is an African-American celebration honoring its history. It was first celebrated in 1966. For more information on the holiday, click here.
What’s a more appropriate site to shop at, than one that honors the African heritage side of Kwanza and gives back to African Nations:
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