ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Hanukkah begins December 12th this year, but the 24th annual Hanukkah celebration at Schnucks in Ladue Crossing is this Wednesday night at 6. Steve Turner says it could be the longest running Hanukkah program in the nation that’s free and open to the public.

“The place usually gets pretty crowded, and it’s a lot of fun and the singing is really terrific. Everybody has a good time and the parents really enjoy it. They get a lot of free stuff, the kids are busy and everybody has a good time,” he says.

Turner says there will also be lots of crafts and activities for the children. The Hanukkah celebration takes place inside the Barnes & Noble.

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