Shir Tikvah Sukkot Potluck Gatherings
Sunday, October 13th to Saturday, October 19th
Sukkot begins just four days after Yom Kippur. We come back to earth from Yom Kippur by celebrating the joyous bounty of the harvest in community for the seven nights of Sukkot. It’s a time to relax in the sukkah - or indoors if the weather is bad - connect with others, and share delicious food. We hope that everyone, of all ages, will find one or more nights that will work for you to simply hang out together in the sukkah. And on Sunday, October 13, 10:00-11:00 am bring your drill, help build the sukkah, and hang out!
All meals are potluck and vegetarian (dairy and fish okay.) Please plan to bring something that you find yummy and nourishing to share with the community (enough to comfortably feed 10-15 people, please). Please rsvp/sign up for a dish here (click over each tab at the bottom to find the appropriate day you’d like to sign up).
Sunday, October 13, 6:00pm
Celebrate the first night of Sukkot with an introduction to the rituals, good food, and meaningful conversation
with Rabbi Rappaport - all are welcome
(Rabbi Rappaport will be bringing Turkey Chili; this potluck will be meat-friendly but dairy-free)
Tuesday, October 15, 6:00pm
Teen night in the Sukkah- with Forrest Yesnes
Wednesday, October 16, 4:00-8:00 pm
(before or after Hebrew School for 3rd- 7th graders)
Celebrate Sukkot with the Hebrew School Community
Thursday, October 17, 6:00pm
Niggun Jam - bring your voice and we'll fill the evening with our harmonies- with Rabbi Lekach-Rosenberg
Friday, October 18, Oneg-Shabbat, after Services
All are invited to celebrate Shabbat Sukkot, hosted by the Shir Tikvah Caring Community
Saturday, Saturday, October 19, 3:00pm
Families with small children are invited to sing, dance with a Torah, and celebrate Sukkot.