Sunday, October 4, 11:30AM @ member’s home
Dear Kol Haverim community,
Please join us for an outdoor, in-person, socially distanced Sukkot celebration – plus picnic lunch, and short hike in the woods (for interested parties) on Sunday, October 4 starting at 11:30 am (masks are mandatory except when appropriately distanced).
We’ll have a makeshift sukka to decorate and we’ll have a short service, during which we’ll shake our (now traditional) locally-sourced version of the Lulav and Etrog, followed by a bring-your-own picnic lunch. We’ll also have challah, apples and (maybe hot) cider available. After lunch, interested parties can come for a walk in our woods or around the paths in the meadow, or just hang out and chat.
The event will take place in the meadow by our house in Danby (which has cleared paths, a pond, and several cleared open spaces). We have a picnic table and will have some chairs available, but please bring your own lawn chairs if you can. If needed, bathroom facilities will be available at our house (a ~300 yard walk through the woods) – or in the woods if you’re not picky 😉 It will be sunny, but cool (current prediction is for a high of 59 degrees) – please dress appropriately. Masks are mandatory.
All are welcome, but please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for address and directions.
-Jonathan (KH holiday chair)