Celebrating  SUKKOT WITH FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS

Celebrating  SUKKOT WITH FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS

Celebrating  SUKKOT WITH FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS

The week-long holiday of Sukkot – trADItionally known as zman simchateinu, the time of our joy – was celebrated at ADI with multiple festivities in each branch of ADI.

Friends, relatives and neighbors joined residents, staff and volunteers bringing holiday joy to life with singing, dancing, stands with artistic crafts, enjoying activities and parADIng through the streets. Each of ADI’s four locations adapted fun-filled programs to fit the special character of their surroundings, ensuring a great time for all participants.

Residents of Jerusalem, Gedera, Bnei Brak and the Negev are already looking forward to ADI’s Sukkot celebrations next year!

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