A parade of cars and monster trucks with menorahs strapped to their roofs will make its way down Washington Road and arrive at the common at 6:15 p.m., said Rabbi Zalman Fischer, whose congregation, Chabad of Augusta, is holding the free event.
The program after the parade will include Hanukkah songs and greetings, children’s performances and a “special Hanukkah pyrotechnic show,” Fischer said.
Toys will be collected for children at Medical College of Georgia Hospital.
The events will be the halfway point of Hanukkah, the eight-day Festival of Lights that commemorates the Jewish military victory over the Greek-Syrian army nearly 2,200 years ago and the miracle that occurred on rededicating the temple in Jerusalem.
“Everybody is welcome to come,” Fischer said. “It’s a great time for family fun.”
See chabadaugusta.org or call (706) 722-7659 for more information.