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Shabbat in Da Sukkah

From Emma Golub ’16:

This Wednesday marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, where we hearken back to the good days when Moses and the Israelites were sleeping in lil huts under the stars that probably did not look like the one just outside Olin.

On a more serious note, from Shabbat leader Miriam Kudler-Flam! —

“Shabbat is coming! We’ll be gathering to sing/chant/make sounds
together in the sukkah (outside Olin) as the sun begins to set (5:30).
Come bring in the light of shabbat with wordless melodies and simple
Hebrew and English chanting. We’ll be focusing on only a few songs-
mostly Hebrew poetry and liturgy- and repeating them over and over and
over to squeeze out all the soul-sense we possibly can. Everyone is
invited! Especially people unfamiliar with prayer, Hebrew words, or
singing. Transliteration and translations will be available. Moadim
l’simcha and shabbat shalom/ Festival for joy and a peaceful day of