Sukkot at Kane Street
Sukkot is a highlight of the season and an opportunity to celebrate hospitality. We hope you will join us for services as well as one of several events and experiences being offered in Kane Street’s sukkah and those of community members throughout the holiday.
Services and Times
Sunday, October 16
First Night Service, 6:00pm
Candle lighting, 5:55pm
Young Family Sukkot Service
Up to age 5, 4:00pm-4:45pm
Ages 5-12, 5:00pm-5:45pm
Monday, October 17
First Day Morning Service, 9:15am
Afternoon and Second Day Evening Service, 6:00pm
Candle lighting, 5:52pm
Tuesday, October 18
Second Day Morning Service, 9:15am
In Kane Street’s Sukkah
Sunday, October 16
Sukkah Decorating Party
Up to Age 5, 10:30am-12:00pm
Ages 5-10, 1:00pm- 2:00pm
$5/member family; $15/non-member families
Crafts, healthy snacks and a sing-along.
Singing in the Sukkah and Pot-luck Dinner
7:00pm, after services
Please bring a dairy or pareve dish and beverage. All food must be prepared. No food will be allowed into the synagogue kitchen.
Monday, October 17, 5:30-7:00pm
Sukkah Hop/Hebrew School Hop Night
Students and families celebrate the holiday and invite others in the community to join as well. Please contact us for the locations of homes opening their sukkot. We thank the following members for serving as Sukkah Hop hosts:
• Lowenstein-Hanan Family
• Gitlin-Blackstone Family
Wednesday, October 19, 6:15pm
Sukkot Dinner to Kick Off Campaign in Support of Refugees
Kane Street is participating in a HIAS-sponsored campaign to highlight the plight of refugees and to support educational, advocacy, and volunteer activities in support of refugees. Join us as we inaugurate our efforts during a special Sukkot dinner and program featuring Rabbi Jennie Rosenn of HIAS. No need to sign up, but if you would like to request childcare, contact SocialJustice@kanestreet.org.
Thursday, October 20, 6:00-8:00pm
Women’s Night in the Sukkah!
Join the shvesters in the Sukkah for an evening of great food, drink and bonding. This is an opportunity to catch up with friends and get to know other fabulous Kane Street women that you haven’t met before. The event is free. Please bring a parve or dairy main dish, appetizer, dessert, wine or other beverage to share. Please also label your dish with the ingredients and/or if it is gluten free. Remember, we cannot use the kitchen to warm up food. Please RSVP to email@example.com by October 14. We do not need to know what you plan to bring but it would be helpful to have a headcount.
Invite your friends! Members and non-members are welcome! The Women’s Night in the Sukkah is a highlight of the year for many of us. We hope to see you there.
Saturday, October 22, 2:00-4:00pm
The Sukkah Hop
Community members open their Sukkot and offer delectable desserts following Shabbat services. A chance to greet fellow congregants and enjoy a lovely stroll through our surrounding neighborhoods. Please contact us for the locations of homes opening their sukkot. We thank the following members for serving as Sukkah Hop hosts:
• Kleinman Family
• Lewin-Epstein/Pollock Family
• Jeff Macklis
• Magill-Sarfati Family
• Silberman Family