Celebration Doesn’t Have To Be Stationary
Written by Bwog Staff
Interested in celebrating the fall harvest in style, but can’t find a good free-standing structure with a palm-leaf roof nearby? Chabad Lubavitch has conveniently set up a super-mobile sukkah on Broadway between 113th and 114th streets for your religious observance needs. For those unfamiliar with Jewish High Holidays, Sukkot is a weeklong festival commemorating the bounties of the previous year—kind of like Jewish Thanksgiving. It started last Wednesday at sunset, so you still have a few days to celebrate, whether in the back of a U-Haul pickup or on solid ground.