Wednesday night the 1st night of Chanukah over 60 cars (120 people) partook in the annual Chanukah Menorah Parade in Louisville Kentucky.
The 6 mile long Pprade made its way to the Summit mall where Mayor-elect Greg Fischer lit the Menorah.
After the lighting the many participants broke out in song some danced but everyone shared in the hot latkes, fresh donuts, hot chocolate and gelt.
Thursday night Rabbi Avrohom Litvin, Head Shliach to Kentucky, lit the Menorah at a Chanukah dinner.
The Next lighting was on the Menorah Mobile at Jewish Hospital. A beautiful Menorah was displayed there throughout Chanukah as well. Then at the Hyatt Regency There was a three course meal, a one hour shiur and Menorah Lighting.
Sunday night over 200 people joined the Louisville Jewish Day School and Chabad for the largest ice skating party in the state. Pizza, latkes, donuts, hot chocolate, and soda was served.
Mayor Jerry Abramson lit the Menorah and led a few Chanukah songs.
Monday night Rabbi Boruch Susman hosted a party for the many Israelis in the community in his home. A beautiful spread of all kinds of Israeli dishes was served after the menorah was lit.
Tuesday night Chabad of Lexington arranged a lighting inside The Joseph Beth Booksellers. The Menorah lighting was followed by a wine tasting and cheese sampling along with gourmet latkes and fresh donuts.
Finally on the last night of Chanukah, Rabbi Chaim Litvin lit the Menorah at a Chanukah dinner at The Jewish Community Center of Louisville.