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December 06, 2012 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-12-06

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metro >> Chanukah art contest

Sponsored by

248-910-0555

Winners from page 13

www.EnchantedB y M arlaMichele corn

Category: Ages 10-12:

FIRST PLACE:
Amanda Goldfaden, 12,
Southfield

THIRD PLACE:
Ariel Golnick, 12,
West Bloomfield

SECOND PLACE:
Reena Herschfus, 10,
West Bloomfield

ONLINE WINNER:
Emma Morganroth, 11,
Birmingham

Chanukah Wonderland at the Orchard Mall

All of the 167 art submissions received
by the Jewish News will be on public
display Sunday-Wednesday, Dec. 9-12,
at the Orchard Mall, Maple and Orchard
Lake roads in West Bloomfield, during
Chanukah Wonderland sponsored by Bais
Chabad Torah Center of West Bloomfield
in partnership with the Orchard Mall.
"The Chanukah Wonderland will pro-
vide families with the opportunity of cel-
ebrating their Judaism in a very hands-on
and engaging manner," said Rabbi Shneur

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Silberberg of the Bais Chabad, who will
oversee the event with his wife, Zeesy.
"The array of events has been carefully
planned to pique the interest of every
age group. From toddlers to teens, from
adults to seniors, there will be something
for everyone:'
The centerpiece of the Wonderland is
the unique learning tool known as the
Olive Press Project, an interactive, hands-
on exhibit. Participants actually see how
olive oil was extracted from raw olives

during the Temple period. Visitors can
also eat sufganiyot, decorate a wooden
dreidel, make a Chanukah sun catcher
or participate in a Chanukah game show.
Toddlers can visit Chanukah Legomania
and design their own Lego menorahs
while parents shmooze over coffee and
donuts.
Other highlights include a musical
celebration at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11,
sponsored by Say-On Drugs. The festivi-
ties will include a performance by Kids

Klez of Michigan; Chanukah Lights
the
Musical, performed by children of the



Bais Chabad Drama Club; a giant meno-
rah lighting; and latkes, soups and other
refreshments. All events are free.
The Chanukah Wonderland event runs
Dec. 9-12. Hours are noon-6 p.m. Sunday
and 10 a.m.-noon and 3-6 p.m. Monday-
Wednesday. Free admission.
Learn more at www.baischabad.com or
call Rabbi Silberberg at (248) 207-5513 or
rabbishneur@baischabad.com.

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