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Sukkot on the Canals: Connecting Earth, Local Food, & Live Music

October 5, 2023 | 6:30 pm 9:30 pm EDT

14601 Riverside Blvd
Detroit, MI 48215 United States
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A Sukkot celebration highlighting the best of harvest season in Michigan!

Engage in meaningful Jewish ritual and learning, share a vegetarian farm-to-table meal, and enjoy a spirited Sukkot Sounds concert, all against the backdrop of Detroit’s picturesque canals.

Adamah Detroit & The Well are so excited to feature The Corn Potato String Band and Marbrisa, two of Detroit’s most talented artists, who will perform an eclectic blend of joyful, spirited indie-folk-funk on strings.

Located on the canals in the Jefferson-Chalmers neighborhood, Coriander Kitchen & Farm makes their “casual, thoughtful local food” with their own farm-grown seasonal produce and herbs while also supporting other Detroit and Michigan farmers. Their waterfront location is the perfect setting to celebrate Sukkot!

Ticket includes Jewish learning and ritual activities, a farm-to-table vegetarian meal, one drink ticket, and an evening of music. This event is intended for young adults in their 20s and 30s.
Subsidized tickets are available at three pay-what-you-can tiers: $25, $36, and $50. Cost should not be a barrier for attendance. For financial assistance, please reach out to marisa@meetyouatthewell.org.

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