Lag B’Omer celebrations around the world ran the gamut of activities, from massive bonfires to childrens’ theatrics.

All told, hundreds of communities from Shanghai, China, to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, gathered for the holiday at events sponsored by their local Chabad-Lubavitch centers.

The celebrations drew inspiration from teachings of the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, who urged that the day highlight Jewish pride and unity.

At the Shanghai Jewish Center in China’s sprawling metropolis, more than 100 people attended a bonfire and barbeque organized by Chabad-Lubavitch Rabbi Shalom and Dini Greenberg.

The gathering included live music.

More than 200 people attended a festive meal in honor of Lag B’Omer at the central Chabad House in Bangkok, Thailand, where Rabbi Yosef C. Kantor spoke about the day’s central theme of brotherly love.

After the meal, the crowd sang and danced around the bonfire.

Meanwhile, in the holy Israeli city of Hebron, celebrations began with a bonfire at the resting place of the biblical patriarchs and matriarchs.

A torch-led children’s parade featured floats designed by Chabad-Lubavitch emissary Batsheva Cohen and a team of seminary students.

The parade ended at Tel Rumeida, where Leibel Zisman, a Holocaust survivor and long-time supporter of the Jewish community, lit the bonfire. He was accompanied by Rabbi Danny Cohen.

Celebrations in Wyoming had more of a rustic flavor, where the local community gathered at the ranch of Gal and Cheryl Bar-Or.

In West Bloomfield, Mich., approximately 200 people were treated to a stunt performance hosted by local students.

Afterwards, a bonfire and barbeque featured roasted marshmallows.