A Hanukkah party was held Wednesday night under the dome at the Westfield Shopping Centre in San Francisco.
About 100 people attended the event on Wednesday, Dec. 4, the last night of the Festival of Lights.
The free event was open to the public and featured family-friendly festivities including dreidel spinning, holiday treats, arts and crafts and a performance by Jewish blues musician Saul Kaye.
Rabbi Moshe Langer of Chabad of Pacific Heights presided. To support this events like this, click here
The event Wednesday night drew dozens of children and adults who took a little time during a school night to celebrate the last day of Hanukkah.
Jewish blues musician Saul Kaye delighted the crowd with his performance of traditional and nontraditional music.
The Westfield Shopping Centre has become one of San Francisco's most visiting attractions. The modern structure includes the dome from the old Emporium Capwell store. The dome is the literal centerpiece of the center and hosts a light show through the holiday season on the half hour starting at 5 p.m. So while the Hanukkah celebration ended Wednesday night, there is still plenty of time left to celebrate holidays.