Community Sukkot Festival
JCC of the East Bay, August 20, 2016
A family-friendly celebration! Celebrate how Sukkot illuminates the diversity of Jewish life and gather with both families and adults for music and good food. Decorate the sukkah with hands-on, creative art projects inspired by different Jewish cultures from around the globe. Listen and sing along to reggae-inspired world music. Capture the fleeting light and flavor of the harvest season, and celebrate before the days grow shorter.Hosted with Be'chol Lashon, Camp Tawonga, PJ Library, and Jewish Gateways
Fee: $8 general (free for children under 5, no one turned away for lack of funds)
5pm: Decorate and Celebrate!
Crafts and decorations from around the world
5:30pm: Harvest Dinner Buffet
Seasonal food celebrating the bounty of Fall
5:45pm: Holiday Rituals: With Jewish Gateways' Rabbi Bridget Wynne
Sukkot blessings for lulav (palm) & etrog (citrus)
6:00pm: Singing: With LIOR BEN-HUR
Reggae-style world music
See you there!
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