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VISIT OUR SUKKAH ON FIFTH AVENUE

October 9-17
New York Public Library Terrace
(Fifth Avenue between 42nd and 41st streets)


Chabad of Midtown is proud to host thousands of people in our Sukkah on Fifth Avenue each year.


 

Mitzvot of Sukkot

1SPEND TIME IN THE SUKKAH

Join us for Sukkot Holiday Meals under the sun and moon. Celebrate the Sukkot Festival with delicious holiday meals & meet people from all over. (Reserve for Holiday Meals). During Sukkot, we make the Sukkah our home. We eat, study & spend as much time as possible in it.

2. MAKE A BLESSING ON THE SUKKAH, LULAV & ETROG 

Visitors are welcome to make a blessing on the Sukkah and shake the Lulav and Etrog.
October 10-17
(On Shabbat, October 15, and Shemini Atzeret, October 17, we do not shake the Lulav and Etrog.)

3. INCREASE IN JOY!

Sukkot is described as the "Season of our Rejoicing"!
The Torah enjoins us no less than three times to rejoice, and be only happy, on Sukkot. I don't know about you, but spending time outdoors in our Sukkah brings us so much joy.