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Sukkot, a Hebrew word meaning “booths” or “huts,” is celebrated five days after Yom Kippur on the 15th of Tishrei and is marked by several distinct traditions as we give thanks for both the fall harvest and commemorate the forty years of Israelite wandering in the desert after Sinai.

Sukkot in Your Home

Everything you need for celebrating Sukkot in your home! Find out how to build a sukkah, order your lulav and etrog, find activities to do with your family, and more!

The Sukkot Home Celebration Kit includes instructions on building your own sukkah, activities to do with your family, traditional Sukkot recipes, and more. Download Kit.

Don’t feel like going to the hardware store for your sukkah-making materials? Make sukkah-building easy! Purchase a pre-made sukkah kit. Visit www.sukkahkits.com or www.siegersukkah.com for ordering information.

Own your own lulav and etrog for Sukkot! Many Judaica stores in Los Angeles sell them as a set. In the past, we have ordered from Brenco Judaica, www.brencojudaica.com.

Chant the Sukkot blessings with Cantor Gurney while you follow along in your Sukkot Home Celebration Kit on pages 34-38. Download and listen to our Sukkot Blessings >>

Help build our Sukkot site! Share your family’s recipes, traditions, and Sukkot stories. Click here to email us your family favorites.

Food is an integral part of Jewish tradition, and Sukkot is no exception! Stuffed vegetables and the use of seasonal fruits are just two ways that food is incorporated into this harvest holiday.

Every family has its own traditions that make each holiday special. Here are just a few ways that some families are celebrating Sukkot in unique and fun ways.

Stories permeate our heritage. From Chasidic tales to modern storybooks, we seem to have a tale for everything, including Sukkot.

Sukkah Builder

If you want the fun of building your own Sukkah - do not hesitate to call toll free: 1-877-4SUKKAH (877-478-5524). They will give you various options and you can select what is right for you and yours. Hag Sameach—Have fun eating and sleeping in your Sukkah—and tell us how it was!

Sukkot Blessings

Like many holiday blessings, those we say on Sukkot have their own special melody. The words can be found on pages 34-38 in the Sukkot Home Celebration Kit that you can also download from our site. Click her to download the blessings, and chant them along with Cantor Gurney!

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