Light Candles On The Menorah Virtually, Learn About Israel & Win A Free Trip!

Happy second day of Hanukkah!

Although we’ve already provided some of our favorite links filled with special activities and recipes for the Festival of LIghts, we forgot to include one that allows you to light the menorah virtually.

The Israel Ministry of Tourism has re-launched their popular Chanukah microsite where visitors can log on and light virtual candles for each night of the eight-day holiday, also known as the “Festival of Lights.”

The site went live yesterday and is a super fun spot for families! With each candle “lit,” visitors to the Chanukah website will be able to access more information about travel to Israel, with a particular focus this year on Israel’s diverse museums and major cultural institutions. And at the end of the holiday, site visitors who have lit all eight candles will be entered to win a free trip to Israel aboard EL AL Israel Airlines, to experience the country’s many areas of cultural, religious and historical interest for themselves.

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.


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  1. bobby harris

    May 13, 2012 at 11:36 pm

    shalom i was hoping this might be still be here i was waiting to try to find ways to win or get charity funding to help me fly to israel before my aliyah flight comes by 2013 early and be able to visit community and findout more on buses trains and rentals and all that important steps it mean so much to me to get it all done. i think israel is the worlds most beautiful place on earth and its people are full of smiles and full of life and it just brightens the days always and they shine like the sun i wish i was there now to do this and come home and wait for a letter to say mazal tov my aliyah has been granted and be able to say i did it…..

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