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September 21st, 2010

Sukkah City: What is a Sukkah?

 
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This video was shot by my friend Liz Nord for My Jewish Learning in Union Square in New York City to capture Sukkah City.  I hope it will help explain a little bit about the holiday of Sukkot and what a Sukkah is.  For more information about the contest and Sukkah City, visit their about page.  I actually didn’t know that a Sukkah could be built on top of a whale or a wagon.  Did you?

 
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The Author : Farrah Fidler
Farrah Fidler is a publicist and social media consultant. A native New Yorker, and recent transplant to Brooklyn, she has always been a soul searcher and is constantly looking for new ways to connect with G-d.
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  • Farrah Fidler

    Happy to help! Loved the vid.

  • Liz Nord

    Hey, Farrah! Thanks for the shout out. Happy Sukkot!

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