The Chanukah Festival is an event organized by the Chabad of Cary and celebrates the beginning of the Jewish eight-day festival of lights, Chanukah. This event features games, crafts, and food, and ends with lighting a menorah on Town Campus.
This year’s celebration features:
Crafts, games and food in the Apex Senior Center beginning at 3:00 pm
Lighting the menorah in the Town Campus Courtyard beginning at 5:00 pm
Know Before You Go:
All parking lots on Town Hall Campus are available during this event except the arc parking lot between Town Hall and the John M. Brown Community Center, which is closed to vehicular traffic. View the downtown parking map for additional walkable parking locations.
This is a rain or shine event. Attendees will be told about any changes to the outdoor ceremony at the event.
Accessible parking spaces are available at the John M. Brown Community Center and Town Hall.
No road closures for this event
Town staff may be on site during the festival taking photos/video of events and attendees.
What is the difference between a Community Event and a Town-Organized Event?
Community Events This is an event that a non-profit organization runs, pays for, and plans. Town of Apex staff provides an event location (Town Hall Campus, Salem Street, etc.), along with staff from public safety, public works and other departments, as necessary.
Town-Organized Events This is an event that the Town of Apex creates, pays for, and plans. Town of Apex staff manages the programming, including activities, logistics, and vendors. This is sometimes referred to as a “Town Owned Event”.