Tiny houses are big—and here’s your chance to visit a modern version of an ancient tiny house—a sukkah. This creative sukkah, commissioned by JArts and designed by architect Erin West, will be a special feature of the fifth annual Big Tiny House Festival, held this year on the grounds of the North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly.
The custom sukkah, named “The Devorah Project,” is inspired by beehives and features hundreds of wooden honeycombs. Visitors can help decorate the sukkah by making their own honeycombs.
Sunday’s event also features a story time with PJ Library at 11 a.m., and you can shake the lulav with Rabbi Jillian Cameron between 12-3 p.m. It’s a perfect, fun-filled family outing—and you can also check out all of the interesting tiny houses on display!
Save $2 with discount code SUKKAH.
Co-sponsored by CJP, Lappin Foundation, PJ Library and the Jewish Community Center of the North Shore.+ More... - Less...
62 Dunham Rd
Beverly, MA 01915
$15.00 At the door
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