Sunday night, CHS found the Shamash lit and the menorah inside E Pike’s Kaladi Brothers awaiting the start of its cycle of illumination. The serene scene of cafe contemplation and study was counterbalanced by activities on E Pine.
Inside Dingfelder’s at 14th and Pine, Hannukah got off to a more raucous start.
Hanukkah party earlier today at Dingfelder’s Delicatessen, Capitol Hill. Music by Shpilkis, an EXTRAORDINARY klezmer horn ensemble. A totally perfect kick-off to the Festival of Lights. Mark your calendar for next year! pic.twitter.com/fY93vHE8v3
— Richard S. Adler, MD (@RichAdlerMD) December 23, 2019
We hope you find your own lights — as serene or as raucous as you need — this week. We’ll be a little quieter than usual but CHS will be around and updating as needed through the holidays. If you see something others need to know about, drop CHS a text at 206-399-5959 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also check out @jseattle for Twitter updates.
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