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Founded in 2002, Reboot engages and inspires young, Jewishly-unconnected cultural creatives, innovators and thought-leaders who, through their candid and introspective conversations and collaboration, generate projects that impact both the Jewish and non-Jewish worlds. 

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Reboot your Sukkot

Sukkot: /so͞oˈkōt,ˈso͝okəs/ noun: Sukkot a major Jewish festival held in the autumn (beginning on the 15th day of Tishri) to commemorate the sheltering of the Israelites in the wilderness.

Want to know true happiness? Then celebrate Sukkot. That’s what the rabbis teach. Keep reading for ways to enhance your boothing experience, celebrate reading the Torah a new and shake it (and by it, we mean Lulav and Etrog.)

1- Invite Bubbie into your Sukkah

On Sukkot we invite visitors into our sukkah: the patriarchs and the matriarchs. Make it personal and invite the Bubbies who have helped you make yummy memories. Traditionally, there is a poster with images that remind us of the patriarchs and the matriarchs. Create your own Ushpizin poster featuring relatives and friends who have made a difference in your life. Every night, recall memories using pictures, stories and, of course, food.

2- Unscrolling Simchat Torah

On the final day of Sukkot, we celebrate ending the Torah and beginning it again. Bring extra happiness to the occasion by getting Unscrolled. Read parts of Unscolled aloud as a community, encourage community members to write their own takes on the Torah and more.

3- Six-Word Memoirs on Sukkot

Eating outside. Hope it doesn’t rain.

S’chach. Gelatinous calf soup or roof?

It’s time for harvest. Get the scythe.

Mellow yellow lemon-like object. Etrog.

Sukkot is a fun time to celebrate nature, sleep under the stars and enjoy the company of loved ones.  Can you sum up Sukkot in Six-Words? Start a conversation. Try something new this Sukkot.

 4- Watch Sukkah City

Remember Sukkah City, the public art project in Union Square Park? Watch the documentary Sukkah City and inspire your community to think differently about Sukkot.

5-  Create a sukkah for your cell phone

On Sukkot, we create a temporary hut to eat, sleep and live in. Create a miniature version for your cell phone. Get crafty. Buy Popsicle sticks, fabric, bamboo, paper and more to create a space for your phone during the week.



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