Chanukah in the City and some facts you might not know about the holiday
Hanukkah began Sunday night, and seeing as only 0.3 percent of people in Knoxville are Jewish, we thought we'd run through some of the questions that we get the most so you can be more informed at your next mixed holiday gathering. And once you've got this knowledge, head on down to Market Square on Monday night for a celebration of the holiday, Chanukah in the City , with the Knoxville Jewish community and city Mayor Madeline Rogero from 5 to 7 p.m. They'll be lighting a 12-foot menorah and will also have latkes, donuts and chocolate coins.
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