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Osher Marin JCC: Sukkot Harvest festival
Sponsor Osher Marin JCC
Type of Event Arts & Culture
Description We invite you to celebrate the joyful holiday of Sukkot, commemorating our agricultural roots and the 40 years that ancient Israelites lived in temporary dwellings in the desert. Learn how you can help to shelter our community’s homeless and how to live and eat more sustainably. Enter our open tent…Bring your friends—and experience the Osher Marin JCC center & pool for free from 11:30am-5pm! For All Ages! - Learn about Sukkot - Find out how you can help shelter our community’s homeless with Adopt A Family, JCRC, Ritter Center, St. Vincent de Paul Society and other local organizations - Meet & learn how to raise chicks with Mill Valley Chickens - Read Sukkot stories & make sukkah crafts with PJ Library - Paint pots & spin the wellness wheel with LIFT Levántate - Shop for local, organic produce at the Marin Community Farm Stand - Taste treats from Nosh on This—Gluten-Free Baking Classics from a Jewish American Kitchen & meet the authors Lisa Stander Horel & Tim Horel - View an exhibit on a sukkah made entirely from homeless signs! – designed by Rael San Fratello Architects of Oakland for Sukkah City 2010 - Create corn husk dolls & get your face painted with JCC Kidcare - Make paper ushpizin (guests) for the sukkah with - Do the lulav & etrog shake with Congregations Kol Shofar and Rodef Sholom - Craft folk art flowers and paper cuts with Be'chol Lashon - And more! Please bring new men’s white socks to donate.
Date/Dates September 22 2013
Times 11:30 AM - 2:30 pm
Cost FREE!
Street Address 200 North San Pedro Road Google Map
Location San Rafael, CA 94903 United States
Contact Information
Contact Name Melody Horowitz
Phone Number (415) 444-8040
Additional Information
Audience Adult Children of Interfaith Relationships, College Students, Couples, Families, Gay/Lesbian, Grandparents, Parents, Parents of Children in Interfaith Relationships, Singles, Teens, Young Children
People who are interested in Popular Culture, Spirituality, Synagogues and the Jewish Community, Shabbat and Other Holidays