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Sukkot ~ Z'man SimchateinuThe Season of our Joy


Sukkot starts tonight at sundown! Due to restrictions with COVID, we will not be building a sukkah at CBI. However, there are a couple of ways to enjoy the festival of Sukkot this year. 


Sit in Reb Lisa's Sukkah: Reb Lisa will have a Sukkah at her home and will be welcoming people in a safe and distanced way throughout Sukkot.


Virtual Sukkot Activities: Throughout the festival, Reb Lisa will be leading Sukkot related events and activities via Zoom and will tune in from her sukkah, air quality permitting.


Curbside Lulav and Etrog: Reb Lisa and Rebbetzin Chaim can come to you with lulav and etrog if you would like to shake it outside!


Please email reblisa@cbichico.org to make arrangements for sitting in the sukkah or curbside lulal and etrog waving!Sukkot ~ Z'man Simchateinu The Season of our Joy


Sukkot starts tonight at sundown! Due to restrictions with COVID, we will not be building a sukkah at CBI. However, there are a couple of ways to enjoy the festival of Sukkot this year. 


Sit in Reb Lisa's Sukkah: Reb Lisa will have a Sukkah at her home and will be welcoming people in a safe and distanced way throughout Sukkot.


Virtual Sukkot Activities: Throughout the festival, Reb Lisa will be leading Sukkot related events and activities via Zoom and will tune in from her sukkah, air quality permitting.


Curbside Lulav and Etrog: Reb Lisa and Rebbetzin Chaim can come to you with lulav and etrog if you would like to shake it outside!


Please email reblisa@cbichico.org to make arrangements for sitting in the sukkah or curbside lulal and etrog waving!

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