The festival of Sukkot is celebrated in outdoor booths covered with branches and greenery. These structures, knows as Sukkahs, commemorate the temporary dwellings that the Jewish people lived in as they traveled through the desert after their exodus from Egypt. CLICK HERE to learn more about the holiday.
We invite you to partake in this tradition by visiting our Sukkah in Tribeca at 70 Warren from October 12-19 from 7:30 am - 7:00 pm*.Come by and you'll have the opportunity to experience this age-old tradition. At the Sukkah, you'll have a chance to hold the Esrog - citron, Lulav - palm branch, myrtle and willow - the '4 kinds' of plants that are traditionally blessed on the festival.
We'll be in the Sukkah all day, so come by anytime and we'll welcome you in the holiday sprit. But hurry up, in a few days we'll be heading back indoors!
*On October 12,13 & 14 the Sukkah will be open later for holiday meals.
Chabad of Tribeca gratefully acknowledges the outpouring of support and combined efforts that resulted in Tribeca's Sukkah on Warren street.
Our thanks to Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe, Parks manager Ralph Musolino, Community Board 1 Chairperson Julie Menin, Friends of Duane Park VP Karie Parker Davidson, B. Jaffe Real Estate & Charles Karp, Church Street School of Music & Art and the staff and volunteers of Chabad of Tribeca for their untiring efforts in ensuring a successful holiday season.
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