From city parks to university campuses, Jews gathered under the sukkah to celebrate the harvest holiday. Click here to see our photo gallery.
From Rittenhouse Square to the Philadelphia Zoo, Jews and non-Jews gathered in public sukkahs to celebrate the harvest holiday of Sukkot.
Young professionals groups hosted a number of Sukkot events, including an outdoor cooking class and a discussion about shelter and inclusiveness on Independence Mall.
At the University of Pennsylvania, students enjoyed bagels, music and even a Hebrew class al fresco, frequenting 10 sukkahs that were set up as part of a second annual "Sukkathon" contest.
And dozens of people came out to enjoy a daylong Sukkot extravanganza at a local park in the Graduate Hospital section of the city. Hillel's Jewish Graduate Student Network organized the event, which included a music jam session, an interfaith dialog about housing and a party for toddlers.
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