Celebrate the harvest festival of Sukkot at Red Wagon Organic Farm.
Family Fun: Sukkot Mishpacha
Celebrate the harvest festival of Sukkot at Red Wagon Organic Farm. This unique family event for families with children aged 2 and up includes a hayride and crafts. Families will get a firsthand look at local vegetables growing on this sustainable farm and will participate in a Sukkot celebration led by Rabbi Rose of Congregation Har HaShem.
Don’t forget to bring a blanket and a picnic dinner to eat in the Sukkah. We would also appreciate a donation of a can or box of food for EFAA.
Tuesday, October 11, 2011 from 4:00 – 6:00 pm at:
Red Wagon Organic Farm
7694 N. 63rd Street, Longmont (Cross Street is Oxford)
$10 per child, adults free
To register, visit: https://boulderjcc.wufoo.com/forms/shalom-family-sukkot-mishpacha/
Co-sponsored by Boulder JCC Shalom Family and Shalom Baby, Congregation HarHashem, Boulder Tuv H’Aaretz, A Hazon CSA Project and Hazon
This year to accommodate those choosing to stay home due to health fears, Boulder County Center for Judaism decided to build a Mobile Sukkah, bringing holiday joy to Boulder County's Jews.
Why do we blow a shofar? What should we do in between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur? When do we sit in the sukkah? The answers to these questions – and much, much more – can be found in “A Time to Grow: A PJ Library Family Guide to the Fall Holidays”, a beautiful, free resource to help Jewish families.