On this beautiful fall morning, dwell in joy and join us in our outdoor Sukkah on our patio. Sukkahs are a temporary shelter partly roofed with branches and leaves.While comfortablyand safely ensconced inside,enjoy the beautiful guitar music of Larry Ferrara,and learn more about this harvest holiday with Rabbi Batshir and Maggid Jhos. Touch, shake and smell the the lulav andetrog, beautifulIsraeli fruit signifying the holiday. What are those objects, you may ask? The lulav is a cluster of plants: a palm branch, two boughs of willow, and three boughs of myrtle. The etrog is a citron fruit — basically an overgrown lemon.Join us to connect with an ancient and thoughtful tradition.
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