Hanukkah Lights!

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Visit Bucks County’s Holiday Tree event at the Bucks County Visitor’s Center in Bensalem, PA, features over a dozen Christmas Trees decorated by various tourist destinations around Bucks County. Trees in the display have been decorated by Sesame Place, the Merchants of Peddler’s Village, the Michener Art Museum and others.

This year, the Holiday Trees event will also feature Hanukkah Lights, a display of hand-crafted stained glass Hanukkah Menorahs designed and created by me… Bucks County stained glass artist, Jill Tarabar.

Santa and Mrs. Claus look over the Hanukkah Lights display at the Bucks County Visitor's Center
Santa approved!

The Hanukkah Lights display includes 8 individual menorahs in a variety of styles, all created in the copper foil method of stained glass. From a more traditional style to a 3-dimentional Star of David, “Dove of Peace” and one called “Tic-Tac-Toe-nukkah”. Each menorah is set with the appropriate number of candles, one for each night of the festival.

Celebrate the first day of Hanukkah with Children’s Story Time and Dreidel Games! This free event will be held Sunday, December 22 from noon to 1pm at the Bucks County Visitor’s Center!

The display is free and open to the public 7 days/week during Visitor’s Center hours – 9:30 am to 4:30 pm through January 4, 2020. The Bucks County Visitor’s Center is located at 3207 Street Rd, Bensalem, PA 19020

As an added bonus, Santa will be in the house every Sunday in December for photos with your kids, and one day has been set aside for photos with your pets! You are always welcome to take photos with the Hanukkah Menorahs as well!

Just some of the menorahs in the Hanukkah Lights display at the Bucks County Visitor’s Center in Bensalem, PA.

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