Join us for the Little Minyan’s 6th annual Sukkah Celebration at the home of members, Randi and Bill Cohen, 90 Westwood Road, in Clintonville. Our activities will include:
4:30 – Sukkah Decorating
5:00 – Sukkot Service
5:30 – Potluck Supper – Please bring a dish to share, labeled with ingredients
6:30 – Campfire and Sing-Along
Please bring folding chairs if you have them, for around the campfire. If the day turns rainy and soggy, this event will be CANCELLED – so pray for good weather. Questions should be directed to the Cohens @ 614-263-3851.
Sukkot is a time of celebration. Moadim l’simkha – seasons of joy – is the traditional greeting for this week of continuing appreciation for the harvest and the bounty of the land. The final pilgrimage festival in the seasonal cycle, Sukkot makes it a mitzvah to sit outside in a temporary structure and enjoy the view of the sky, the warmth of the sun, the gentle autumn breezes and food from the earth. At our Little Minyan Celebration we will have a final opportunity to appreciate Sukkot before it ends and our community as it grows. Unlike this photo of a graham cracker sukkah, we will use our graham crackers to construct smores!
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