Join us for our 2nd Annual Hanukkah Lights on the Farm, to enjoy Menorah lighting, sufganiyot, gelt, hot cocoa, and fun camaraderie.
Hanukkah Lights on the Farm
Members of the Jewish community of the greater Plano area are invited to Hanukkah Lights on the Farm, a special event at Plano’s own Heritage Farmstead Museum, 1900 West 15th Street, at 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on December 12, the sixth night of Hanukkah.
The event will feature a Menorah Lighting along with jelly doughnuts and other kosher treats, Dreidel spinning contests, and other fun activities for all ages.
The gathering is part of the annual Lights on the Farmstead, in which the Heritage Farmstead is transformed into a delightful winter wonderland with more than one million lights and numerous animated holiday displays.
Attendees for the menorah lighting will have the Farm to themselves for this special evening.
Admission for Hanukkah Lights is $3 per child and $7 per adult, a significant reduction in the general admission prices, which includes the food and activities and a chance to see other holiday light displays around the farm.
We will require a state approved ID for security reasons, on arrival.
If you can’t attend this special evening, the menorah and dreidel will be on display all other evenings when the Lights on the Farm is open: Friday, Saturday and Sundays, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. (last entry at 9 p.m.) November 24 – December 30.
Regular admission tickets are $10 for kids (3-12) and $15 for adults.
The all-outdoor event features a quarter-mile trail through the property showcasing stunning holiday light creations and animated displays crafted by First Choice Lights.