Depot Park is located at 2828 Cherokee Street.
Hannukah, which began at sundown last night, lasts eight days until the evening of Monday December 6.
The press release from Kennesaw gives the following description of Hanukkah, also known as the “Festival of Lights”:
This will be the fifth night of Hanukkah. The eight-day Jewish holiday commemorates the Jewish Maccabees’ military victory over Syrian-Greek oppression more than 2,000 years ago. During Hanukkah, Jews across the world celebrate the miracle of light that burnt for eight days out of a single-days-worth of oil found in the Temple. One Hanukkah candle is lit the first night and an additional candle is lit each successive night. The holiday is a celebration of religious freedom and hope.
For more information, visit https://kennesaw-ga.gov/parks-and-recreation or call Kennesaw Parks & Recreation at 770-422-9714.
About the City of Kennesaw
The U.S. Census Bureau reports the following facts about Kennesaw, from 2019 estimates:
2019 Population Estimates 34,077
Median Household Income $ 70,930
Persons in poverty, percent 10.0 %
Educational Attainment: Percent high school graduate or higher 91.8 %
Persons without health insurance, percent 12.4 %
Median Housing Value $ 194,800
Total Housing Units 13,530
Number of Firms 3,908
Male Median Income $ 39,367
Female Median Income $ 31,089
Percent of households with a broadband Internet subscription 94.0 %