This seven–day festival celebrates the fall harvest and also commemorates the time when the Hebrews dwelt in the Sinai wilderness on their way to the Promised Land of Israel. The holiday is celebrated by building (and then dwelling in) ceremonial huts called Sukkot, waving of four different plant species (palm, myrtle, willow and citron), and many food-filled festive gatherings in the Sukkah.
Sunday, October 13 • 4:00 – 6:00 pm • Free
Come share Sukkot with the PJCC & Peninsula Temple Beth El! Celebrate in the beautiful PJCC sukkah, enjoy music, food, crafts and a dynamic family concert.