Sukkot, the Jewish harvest festival, is one of the most joyous of the year. Join us for a harvest dinner served outside in our sukkah (temporary hut). We will hear from Ursinus alumna Carly Freedman about her experience of farming within the rhythms of the Jewish calendar.
Carly graduated from Ursinus in 2010, and has been farming in Israel, at the Jewish Farm Kiyam in Maryland, and at a farm in Bucks County since she graduated. She also worked at the Brandeis Bardin campus outside of Los Angeles as a Jewish environmental educator.
Come at 5:30 p.m. to help decorate the Sukkah, or for dinner at 6 p.m. Dress warmly in case it is cold.