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Sukkah Visits

Sunday, October 4, 2020 16 Tishrei 5781

3:00 PM

Below you can find the form to sign up either as a host or a guest.
Questions? Contact Leigh Verbois.

Sukkot can be the perfect time to bring together members of the congregation together.  We have pulled a few of the CDC recommendations that may be helpful to remember for Sukkot. We will be sending these out to all hosts and attendees as a reminder, but the link to the guidelines are also below.

  • Host your gathering outdoors, when possible.  We need to see the stars.
  • Minimize use of areas that may lead to close contact (within 6 feet) with other people as much as possible, like the entrance of the sukkah.  The sukkah is typically a tight space, and generally should be limited to one family at a time.  
  • Encourage mask wearing when in the sukkah if not with your family. 
  • Arrange tables and chairs to allow for social distancing. People from the same household can be in groups together and don’t need to be 6 feet apart – just 6 feet away from other families.
  • If planning activities for adults and/or kids, consider those where social distancing can be maintained, like making those great decorations for the sukkah.
  • Minimize gestures that promote close contact. For example, don’t shake hands, do elbow bumps, or give hugs. Instead wave and verbally greet guests.
  • Limit the number of people handling or serving food, if available, or serve single serve options.  

For additional information see the CDC recommendations for hosting gatherings. 

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