The construction of the sukkah is led by architects from Design Plus Collective, who designed the “Seen by Unseen” Sukkah for New York's Sukkah City competition last Fall.
Sukkah: ATL is Atlanta's only public-space sukkah, and is built and programmed as a community cooperative effort, led by Atlanta-based Jewish Food Alliance.
Programs open to the public during the week of Sukkot include:
- Wednesday, October 12th: Chanting Service with Cantor Gayanne Guerin Weiss at 6:30 PM
- Friday, October 14th: Family Friendly Kabbalat Shabbat, Potluck Picnic, and Jam Session with Congregation Bet Haverim 6:30 PM
- Saturday, October 15th: Havdallah and Sukkot Sleepover with Adamah Adventures 7:30 PM
- Monday, October 17: Shake Your Lulav Dance Party! with Marcus Jewish Community Center, PJ Library, Shalom Baby and Pathways
- Tuesday, October 18: Sukkot Baking Competition with Dr. Sweets Cake Emporium 6:00 PM