With additional reporting by Noah Gordon
Hanukkah is a Jewish holiday known as the Festival of Lights. It lasts for 8 days and 7 nights.
Q: What are the traditions of Hanukkah?
A: Each night a candle is lit and placed on the menorah. After the candle is lit, you open a present.
Q: What is a menorah?
A: It is an eight-branched candelabra. You light one candle each night of Hanukkah.
Q: What are the colors of Hanukkah?
A: Blue and white.
Q: What days do you go to a temple or synagogue?
A: Whenever there is a holiday.
Q: How long does Hanukkah last?
A: Eight nights and seven days.
Q: What kind of foods do you eat for Hanukkah?
A: Latkes (a sort of potato pancake) sufganiyot (almost like a jelly donut.)
A: Foods that are cooked with oil.
Q: What games do you play during Hanukkah?
A: There is a game called dreidel that you play and you use a wooden top.
Q: When does Hanukkah start?
A: This year it starts on December 2nd and ends on December 10th.