Celebrate Sukkot in the 1st Sukkah at Katchkie Farm!

By October 12, 2016May 3rd, 2024Archive

Sukkot, with its Biblical origins, marked the end of the agricultural year. To commemorate the end of the growing season, celebrants build a Sukkah, a festive temporary dwelling reminiscent of the huts Biblical farmers lived in during harvest season in the fields. For a period of seven days, families gather and have meals in the Sukkah.

This year, Katchkie Farm will host their first ever Sukkot celebration, within a sukkah built in the field! We will be sharing this day with many of our students, supporters, and the broader Columbia County community, and would love to see you there.


Sukkah Flyer