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4 Places to Pick Up Hanukkah Items

Patch's guide to being prepared for the Festival of Lights, which starts this Saturday.

Still need to head out to pick up some last-minute Hanukkah supplies? Here are a few local places you can go:

Commack Kosher Deli: Forget to place your catering order or need to grab a quick Kosher dish on the way to your Hanukkah celebration? This Kosher deli in the Mayfair Shopping Center carries an impressive selection of freshly prepared take-home meals as well as Kosher organic meats. 

Party City: Create a festive atmosphere in your home with a quick trip to this party giant, which has thousands of Hanukkah decorations in stock.  Make sure to have decorations or pick up disposable plates and silverware for the holiday party. 

A Sister's Touch Florist: Flowers are always an elegant go-to gift and can warm up any holiday table. This Commack florist, now located inside Acer's Garden Center, offers a number of tasteful Hanukkah bouquets. Perfect for last-minute shoppers, they offer same-day delivery. 

CVS: Believe it or not, we have it on good authority that many local CVS stores carry Hanukkah candles in their holiday sections, Make sure to have enough candles for your family's menorah. 

Unfortunately, its doors in June  after more than 30 years in business. 

Joel Blitzer December 04, 2012 at 08:50 PM
Exciting Chanukah Activities Hosted By Chabad of Mid Suffolk Exciing Chanukah Activities Hosted By Chabad of Mid Suffolk Written By: KPN - Dec• 01•12 As Chanukah arrives in just one week, Chabad of Mid Suffolk is hosting some wonderful activities for you and your family to enjoy. Olive Press! December 10th: 2 Shows. 4:40 PM and 5:25 PM Commack Jewish Center 83 Shirley Court, Commack. Learn how Olive Oil is made. Watch a hands on demonstration as you learn all about the miracle of Chanukah and why oil is so special. Light refreshments will be served. No Charge. 3rd Annual Menorah Parade December 12th. 4:30 PM Show your Jewish pride! Join the Chabad Hebrew School in Limos and Party buses as they drive around town with Menorahs on our roofs advertising the Holiday of Lights! Parade starts and ends at Commack Jewish Center – 83 Shirley Ct, Commack. •After the parade there will be a Chanukah celebration and party at Commack Jewish Center. •Let them know you are coming and they will have a Menorah for your car. •Drop off your child and they can join for the ride.

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