This Sukkot—observed in 2023 from sundown on Friday, September 29, and ending after nightfall on Friday, October 6. The seven-day holiday commemorates the miraculous clouds that surrounded the Israelites on their way to the Promised Land. It immediately and seamlessly flows into the especially joyous two-day holiday of Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah, which end at nightfall on Sunday, October 8. 

Carry the coolest bouquet around, during the month of October. This biblical combo, is not only vibrant and aromatic, but it also makes a great, timeless and meaningful mitzvah to your Sukkot holiday!

Order your own complete and kosher set for only $55. 

Please have orders in by September 18, to guarantee on-time arrival.




Come enjoy an evening of unwinding, while wrapped in the spiritual hug of the Sukkah. 

Open bar, refreshments, music, and more.

$54 per adult. (Of which $36 is tax deductible)

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A fundraiser evening for Aleph Academy - Huntsville's premiere Jewish preschool.


Huntsville Sukkot Schedule of Events:


September 29:

Sukkah Building

Candle lighting is at 6:15 PM.


September 30:

Holiday morning services and Torah reading at 10:30 a.m.

Communal Sukkah open for visiting all day.

Light Holiday candles after 7:09 p.m. (From a pre-existing flame)


October 1:

Holiday morning services at 10:30 a.m.

Communal Sukkah open for visiting all day.

Holiday transitions to the intermediate holiday days at 7:08 p.m.


October 2 - 5:

Come shake the lulav and etrog - huge mitzvah! Chabad's Communal Sukkah is open each day, stacked with snacks for all. 

Sukkah Mobile going around town!

October 3 at 5:30 p.m. - Scotch and Cigars in the Sukkah.

An evening to unwind and support Jewish education.


October 6:

Candle lighting for Shmini Atzeret is at 6:06 pm.


October 7:


Candle Lighting for Simchat Torah is after 7:00 p.m. (From a pre-existing flame)


October 8:

Dance joyously with the Torah, or Torah books.

Holiday ends at 6:58 p.m.



Times are for Huntsville, Alabama.


Chag Sameach!