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The sukkah commemorates the agrarian past of the Jewish people as well as the forty years of wandering in the desert and living in tents. Please come and help build this structure, which will stand for eight days. During this time all are welcome to enter, shake the lulav and etrog (for a fertile and fruitful year), have a meal, meditate, converse with friends and colleagues and reflect on the permanence of impermanence. Pizza provided. There may be dancing.