One of the winter holidays that drives consumer spending in Q4 //
Hanukkah or Chanukkah is is a Jewish holiday that is observed for eight nights and days, starting on the 25th day of Kislev according to the Hebrew calendar. Hanukkah begins the evening of Thursday, December 10th and ends the evening of Friday, December 18th, 2020. Hanukkah is also known as the Festival of Lights and is observed by lighting of the menorah, traditional foods, games and gifts.
Hanukkah is a driver of the winter holiday season which the National Retail Foundation (NRF) lists as the #1 top consumer spending event of the year. Find an overview of Q4 consumer buying insights on our Winter Holidays page.
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Join the celebration with relevant hashtags. Popular hashtags include: #hanukkah #happyhanukkah #menorah #chanukkah
Join in the celebration with our curated selection of free photos from Unsplash, below is a sample.
Click below to view and download photos from our Unsplash Hanukkah photo collection. (Unsplash’s selection is currently quite limited. We hope to add more to our collection in the future.) Find out more about their free to use license and how to give the photographer credit, not required, but appreciated.
Celebrate life with Hanukkah quotes and sayings.
“The darkness of the whole world cannot swallow the glowing of a candle.” – Robert Altinger
“Still ours the dance, the feast, the glorious Psalm, The mystic lights of emblem, and the Word.”—Emma Lazarus, “The Feast of Lights”
“To me every hour of the light and dark is a miracle, every cubic inch of space is a miracle.” – Walt Whitman
“I ask not for a lighter burden, but for broader shoulders.” —Jewish Proverb
“Hanukkah is…the festival of lights, instead of one day of presents, we get eight crazy nights.” – Adam Sandler
“A candle is a small thing. But one candle can light another. And see how its own light increases, as a candle gives its flame to the other. You are such a light.” — Moshe Davis
“Look at how a single candle can both defy and define the darkness.” –Anne Frank
“On Hanukkah, the first dark night, Light yourself a candle bright. I’ll you, if you will me invite To dance within that gentle light.”—Nicholas Gordon