The holiday season continues on Monday, December 10th with the Annual State House Menorah Lighting in Nurses’ Hall. Governor Patrick will join Senate President Murray, Speaker DeLeo and Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren, along with the other Constitutional Officers and members of the Legislature, in celebrating Hanukkah.
Each year this event is hosted by Rabbi Rachmiel Liberman of the Congregation Lubavitch Synagogue and features songs and activities to celebrate the holiday. The Menorah remains in Nurses’ Hall throughout the eight days of Hanukkah.
Governor Patrick invites the public to join him at the State House on Monday at 4:00pm for all of the activities.
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