Join us on the first night of Hanukkah, with a look back at celebrations of this holiday of miracles and light at the White House! When was the first National Menorah? Was it well-received? How did Hanukkah at the White House change over time, and what does the White House menorah look like now? Sarah Fling, historian at the White House Historical Association, and Sarah Leavitt, curator at the Capital Jewish Museum in DC, will toast the holiday season with you, as they delve into stories of White House holiday traditions and how Hanukkah has been a part of our national celebrations over the years. Don't miss out on this festive episode of History Happy Hour on Thursday, December 7th, at 6:00 pm ET!
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