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Sukkot-Dinner-2012-038WebSukkot celebrates both the fall harvest and our deeper connection to nature. It is a joyous season that symbolizes our people’s redemption and God’s protecting presence as they wandered through the wilderness. Sukkot is one of the most physically beautiful holidays because of the fragile sukkah (booth) that we decorate with symbols of the harvest, and the lulav and etrog which we shake as we pray for a good season of rain (even in Seattle).


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For more information about Sukkot, including history, customs and rituals, family activities, and recipes, go to ReformJudaism.org