After the serious holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur comes the joyful celebration of the fall harvest of Sukkot. It is traditional to build the sukkah, a small hut with openings to the sky, and fill it with fall flowers, fruit and vegetables. It is also traditional to invite ushpizin which is Aramaic for guests. You may invite historical figures or other important people you admire in order to honor them and appreciate their contributions. Of course, you may invite your real and tangible friends and family to share in the fall bounty.
You are invited to the Humanistic Judaism Study Group to watch the humorous efforts of a couple who are doing their best to honor the traditions of Sukkot. What could go wrong? Please join us to learn how this couple rises to the challenge of remaining true to the joyful traditions of Sukkot.
There is no registration and no fee.
We look forward to your participation!