The ceremonial Menorah, a traditional symbol of Judaism, is lit during the 8-day holiday of Hanukkah. This nine-branched candelabrum was designed by Judy Peterson, a renowned scroll saw puzzler, so children could light the candles by placing each 'flame'. On the first night, the tall candle, the shamash, receives a flame, and one additional candle (on the right) receives a flame. After the first night, the shamash receives a flame, and one additional candle to the left of the one lit the previous night receives a flame, followed by each candle to its right. On the final day, all nine candles hold flames. No wax, no risk, no smoke!