September 17, 2014 / 22nd of Elul, 5774
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Sukkot 2014 begins at sundown on Wednesday, October 8. The holiday continues for a week, culminating in Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah, which are the same day in Reform and Israeli traditions and successive days in Conservative and Orthodox traditions.

  • Sunday, October 5
    10:00am – 12:00pm
    Temple Beth Shalom, Peabody map
    Join us for the second annual Sukkabration fall festival! Featuring a variety of activities including: bouncy house, Sukkot scavenger hunt with prizes, bobbing for apples, collaborative art project, decorating the sukkah, make your own edible sukkah, and more! Free and open to the public. Read More
  • Sunday, October 5
    4:00pm – 6:00pm
    Private home, Hanover map
    • $18.00 Cost per person, no charge for kids under 10 years
    Celebrate Sukkot, the Jewish harvest festival, with the JCC and Hadassah on Sunday, October 5 from 4-6pm. Participants will decorate the sukkah, have a light dinner, and enjoy the warmth of a community of family and friends. Held at a private home in Hanover. Geared for families with children of... Read More
  • Wednesday, October 8
    5:30pm – 7:30pm
    Temple Beth Sholom, Framingham map
    • $15.00 Family
    • $5.00 Individual
    Kick Off Sukkot with Pasta in the Hut! Read More
  • Wednesday, October 8
    7:30pm – 9:00pm
    Congregation Dorshei Tzedek, West Newton map
    As we welcome the Sukkot holiday and celebrate its promise of redemption, join special guest Ali Abu Awwad, a Palestinian peace activist featured in the film “Encounter Point,” as he shares his story and his current work for nonviolent reconciliation in response to the Israeli-Palestinian... Read More
  • Thursday, October 9
    9:30am – 11:30am
    Congregation Dorshei Tzedek, West Newton map
    Sukkot is the “Festival of the Ingathering,” the Biblical harvest holiday where we celebrate the abundance in our lives while remembering the precariousness of our ancestors’ journey through the wilderness. Bring your lulav and etrog as we sing Hallel and celebrate the holiday! There is no... Read More
  • Friday, October 10
    6:00pm – 8:00pm
    Congregation Dorshei Tzedek, West Newton map
    Please join us for a special Sukkot-themed potluck dinner and fun, musical erev Shabbat service, appropriate for all ages. We begin with candlelighting and kiddush at 6:00pm, followed by a potluck vegetarian dinner. The service begins at 6:45pm. For more information, go to... Read More
  • Friday, October 10
    6:15pm – 10:00pm
    RSVP For Location, Boston map
    Keshet and JP Shabbat join together for this Shabbat celebration in the largest sukkah in JP! Services are egalitarian, participatory, and led by community members. Read More
  • Saturday, October 11
    6:30pm – 9:30pm
    Congregation Kehillath Israel, Brookline map
    Price TBD
    In honor of National Coming Out day, Congregation Kehillath Israel and Keshet are teaming up to showcase community members' stories about coming out - as a member of the LGBT community, as an ally, and as a parent of an LGBT child. Read More
  • Sunday, October 12
    10:00am – 11:30am
    The Growing Center, Somerville map
    • $15.00 Cost per family
    • $5.00 Walk-ins additional
    Gather with other families and surround yourself with nature at a Sukkot community celebration at The Growing Center (22 Vinal Avenue) in Somerville on Sunday, October 12 from 10-11:30am. Decorate the sukkah, shake a lulav (palm branch), and shake your body to music and movement led by Angela... Read More
  • Sunday, October 12
    11:00am – 2:00pm
    Chabad Of Peabody, Peabody map
    • $5.00 child fee-
    Sukkah Party for all ages! Read More
  • Sunday, October 12
    11:00am – 1:30pm
    Boston Homebrew Supply / 50 Longwood Ave (Brookline), Brookline map
    • $22.00 Beer Talk & Pizza
    • $10.00 Just Pizza and Crafting
    • $0.00 kids under 6
    Register HereRegistration closes on October 10
    Celebrate Sukkot, the Jewish harvest festival, with the ultimate in grains! Boston HomeBrew Beer Supply owner and former Boston BeerWorks head brewer Josh Sattin will teach us some tricks and tips of beer brewing and using fall harvest indgredients– and we’ll send you off with a HomeBrew Supply... Read More
  • Sunday, October 12
    4:00pm – 7:00pm
    First Unitarian Society in Newton, West Newton map
    Join us for sukkah decorating, songs, stories, and a potluck dinner! Workshops include: Sukkot Explorations – for toddlers and their parents, visit this “do-it-yourself” activity center to experience a harvest, shake the lulav, read a Sukkot story, and more! Sukkot Fun (for kids age 4-7,... Read More
  • Sunday, October 12
    7:00pm – 10:00pm
    THE CHAI CENTER, Brookline map
    • $15.00 Early Bird
    • $20.00 At the Door
    SUSHI IN THE SUKKAH Party with 100'S of Boston’s Jewish young adults under the 3,000-year-old mystical canopy called The Sukkah. Enjoy Kosher Sushi and listen to Live JAZZ music on this holiday also known as the Time of Joy.” Read More
  • Tuesday, October 14
    5:30pm – 10:00pm
    Temple Israel, Boston map
    Sukkot, a biblical harvest festival, is also a time to welcome guests, so what could be better than welcoming you to harvest with us and prepare our meal together? After working in teams to gather and cook, we will come together under the stars to feast on our local food and home made beer and salsa Read More
  • Wednesday, October 15
    7:00pm – 9:00pm
    Congregation Dorshei Tzedek, West Newton map
    We close the Sukkot week, the “season of our rejoicing” with a celebration of Torah, as we complete one cycle of reading and turn the scroll back to the beginning. Come join us for “Torah Quiz” (with prizes!), festive klezmer music, and dancing with the Torah scrolls! For adults and kids of all... Read More