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Wilderness Torah's 9th Annual Sukkot on the Farm :: Co-sponsored by the Osher Marin JCC

Thu, October 1, 2015

Celebrate the Harvest • Honor the Waters • Sleep Under the Stars


Find out more about Sukkot and other Jewish Holidays Click Here



This fall, come to True Grass Farms in Marin County for Wilderness Torah's 9th Annual Sukkot on the Farm! Join for one, two, or three nights and help co-create our multi-generational village.

The main festival from Thursday, October 1 through Sunday, October 4 will include a multi-generational village, incredible organic kosher food from Hearth Nourishing Foods, Shabbat and Sukkot celebrations, bonfires, movement, meditation, live music from Shamati, special programs for kids and teens, and an ancient Simchat Beit HaShoevah (water drawing) ritual to honor the waters and call in the rains.

Tickets on sale until Friday, September 25. Limited Avodah  (work exchange) available. Click here  for information on programming, logistics, and more. Other questions? Email festivals@wildernesstorah.org.

About Wilderness Torah

Wilderness Torah reconnects communities to the ancient, earth-based Jewish heritage, sparking transformative Jewish experiences that build community and strengthen Jewish identity.

In 2016, they will pilot-launch the Wilderness Torah Training Institute to train leaders and educators in the Wilderness Torah education and community-building model.

Wilderness Torah envisions creating a thriving Bay Area center for earth-based Judaism, a land base that functions as a community center, permaculture village, and a permanent home for local programs and our work educating and training people from across the Jewish world.