What: Sukkahwood 2017, Community Arts Festival
When: Sunday, October 8th from 12-4PM
Where: Inwood Hill Park, Intersection of Indian Road and 215th Street
How: Totally free community arts festival
Why: Sukkah Wood will have really cool temporary art installations in the form of a Sukkah from artists all over the city along with major city partner organizations providing entertainment and tabling. In addition, a kosher BBQ food truck will be available as well as a DJ who will rock the house with great music. Please remember to bring a non-perishable item for City Harvests’ food drive at Sukkahwood!
For more information: www.sukkahwood.org – (646) 883-5397 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sukkah Wood will be a one day community arts festival held on Sunday, October 8th from 12PM-4PM in beautiful Inwood Hill Park. Artist groups will be commissioned to produce temporary dwelling art installations that will stretch the imagination of what a Sukkah can be. According to tradition, a sukkah is a temporary hut in which the Jewish people dwelt to protect themselves from the elements.
Sukkahwood has a large amount of partner and sponsor organizations ranging from the the City Parks Foundation, City Harvest, Habitat for Humanity, the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance, Allen Hospital, Apple Bank, Century 21, Fairway Market, and many, many more!