The Synagogue will conclude its celebration of the Fall Holiday Season beginning with Simchat Torah on Monday evening, October 24. This follows Shemini Atzeret on the previous day. The night begins at 5:45 p.m., with a beautiful dinner in the Synagogue sukkah prepared by Alin Avitan and Co. Call us at the Synagogue Office or use the module below to make your meal reservations. At 6:45 p.m., Simchat Torah festivities will commence in Kaiser Miller Auditorium. The congregation will celebrate the conclusion of the annual Torah reading cycle with joyful, whirling processions around the chuppah (wedding canopy) led by Rokday Emunah, the Synagogue’s dance ensemble. Special recognition in the form of consecration will honor our students who are embarking on the next phase of their educational journeys. Look for balloons, confetti, noisemakers, crepe paper, willow branches, sequins, masks and feathers! The evening is filled with joyous song and treats for all.