Sukkot Holiday Information – When is Sukkot?
With the final blowing of the Shofar, The Jewish High Holy Days draw to a close and the focus of the Jewish community shifts from the solemnness of Yom Kippur to the jubilant celebration of the festival of Sukkot. Sukkoth begins on the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Tishri, which is 5 days after Yom Kippur.
The festival of Sukkot, the nine-day festival also known as Chag’ha Succot, the “Feast of Booths” (or Tabernacles), is named for the huts (sukkah) that Moses and the Israelites lived in as they wandered the desert for 40 years before they reached the Promised Land.
Sukkot concludes with a special two-day holiday. The first of these days is known as Shemini Atzeret, meaning “the eighth day of assembly”, and the final day is Simchat Torah, meaning “the joy of Torah“.
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The Story of the Sukkot
The Holiday and its Meaning.
What is a Sukkah and Why is it Important?
Etrog, Lulav and the Four Species
What are they and what do you do with them?
When is Sukkot?
The dates of Sukkot for 2010-2016
Did You Know? Sukkot
Facts, Figures & Folklore About The Jewish Holiday of Sukkot
Sukkot concludes with a special two-day holiday. The first of these days is known as Shemini Atzeret, meaning “the eighth day of assembly”.
Sukkot concludes with a special two-day holiday. The second and final day is Simchat Torah, meaning “the joy of Torah”.
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Make a newspaper Lulav. Build your own PVC Pipe Sukkah.
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