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Consider reserving some private time in HTAA’s Sukkah.

Read all the information provided and sign up at the bottom of the page!

  • Eat your meals in our Sukkah
  • Study Torah in our Sukkah
  • Entertain your family in our Sukkah
  • Relax and meditate in our Sukkah
  • Bench lulav in our Sukkah.

Don’t miss your opportunity to take part in a mitzvah!

 

Please read through the information provided and scroll down the page to reserve a time slot! 

Making Reservations for HTAA's Sukkah:

HTAA's Sukkah will be available 9/20 through 9/26, including Shabbat

Reservation time slots include:
8:00a - 10:00a
11:00a - 1:00p
2:00p - 4:00p
5:00p - 7:00p

 

 

You must adhere to the guidelines provided below to use our Sukkah. 

If you cannot make your time slot, simply remove your name from the sign-up page. No one else has the ability to remove it for you. 

You can request to swap time slots with other people.

Please specify  how many people will be joining you (12 max)
 
 
If you have any  questions or concerns, please email Info@htaa.org

Community Sukkah Usage Guidelines 

Availability: The Sukkah will be available Monday, October 20th through Sunday, October 26th. 
Parking: You may park in any HTAA designated spot. You may stop and unload your vehicle directly outside the courtyard in the handicap spaces and then move to an HTAA designated parking spot. Please do not block the driveway.
Capacity: Our sukkah will be available for one household /pod to visit at one time. Capacity is set to 12 people maximum in the sukkah at one time.
 
Upon entry to Sukkah:
  • Use the hand sanitizer. Everyone entering must use hand sanitizer (provided in the supply tote on the table near the door).
  • Use cleaning supplies (provided in the supply tote on the table near the door) Please wipe down any tables or chairs you want to use. There is no cleaning staff on-site to do this.
  •  You may move tables or chairs around inside the sukkah, but please reset the area when you leave to the same set-up as when you arrived.
  • You may enjoy a meal in our Sukkah 
  • You will need to bring your own supplies, (like you are having a picnic). PLEASE DO NOT BRING GLASS INTO THE SUKKAHYou will need: 
♦Tablecloth
 
Plastic ware Plates Cups Napkins
 

♦Your meal and beverage

♦Bencher for after meal blessings

 
Bench Lulav and Etrog: You may use the communal Lulav and Etrog to bench lulav inside the Sukkah.
  • Each person should put on a pair of gloves or hand sanitize BEFORE touching the communal lulav set.
  • Lulav and etrog are located on the table in the plastic sleeve. Please return it to there when you are through to help it last as long as possible.
  • Instructions are provided on how to do this mitzvah. Please leave the instructions behind for the next Sukkah guest. 
Upon the conclusion of your time:
  • Clean up all your trash including gloves, cleaning supplies, and any items from your meal. We will have small garbage bags in the supply tote for you to place all your trash into. NOTHING CAN REMAIN IN THE SUKKAH except those items that we supplied.
    • TAKE YOUR TRASH WITH YOU when you leave. 
    • You can either throw your trash out into our trash dumpster (located behind the NEW building near the loading dock-it is the first GREEN dumpster you will pass.) 
    • Or take it home and dispose of it there. 
    • DO NOT LEAVE TRASH IN THE SUKKAH! It will bring bees and bugs for others and they will not be able to enjoy the Sukkah like you did. There is no cleaning staff available to clean up after you. 
    • Please use cleaning supplies (provided in the supply tote on the table near the door) to wipe down any tables or chairs you used. 
    • Please reset the area when you leave for the next family to the same set-up as when you arrived.
Bathroom usage: You may not have use of the bathrooms while on-site. Our office is open limited hours and may not be staffed when you are here. Please plan accordingly.

Can't make it to synagogue for Simchat Torah... You can watch the video below and imagine us all dancing together in Israel! 

Sun, September 26 2021 20 Tishrei 5782