GREENWICH, CONN. -- Greenwich families are invited to celebrate Hanukkah with a special performance by the environmental arts group, Bash the Trash, from 3-5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 13.
The event is being sponsored by JCC of Greenwich and PJ Library. It will take place at the Carmel Academy, 270 Lake Ave., Greenwich.
Along with latkes, the Westchester-based nonprofit will offer a message of “science, sound, and sustainability” as participants build musical instruments using repurposed materials.
"Bash the Trash’s motto is 'Think globally, act locally' to spread environmental awareness and change,” said Tracy Daniels, PJ Library’s director in Greenwich.
“With responsible stewardship of our earth as a theme in many of the PJ Library titles, this is an ideal way to ring in this year’s Hanukkah,” she added.
Participants will be invited to play their creations during the performance and to later strut them around during the parade finale.
The event will also include a book drive to collect gently used PJ Library books to share with Jewish children around the world, Daniels said.
Tickets are $18. Registration is required.
For more information or to register, click here , or call (203) 552-1818.
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