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Sukkot, the annual harvest festival, asks us to hone our collective creativity, cooperation and resilience in building the sukkah, a symbolic temporary structure. Join SPUR and the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco for a new spin on this holiday as we combine tradition with tactical urbanism, urban ag and architecture. After a short panel on process and collaboration, we will gather for a wine reception under a contemporary sukkah built for the occasion in Annie Alley.
Co-presented by the JCCSF.
+ Geoff Gibson / Winder Gibson Architects
+ David Green / JCCSF
+ Blair Randall / Garden for the Environment
+ Allison Arieff / SPUR
Free to SPUR members with registration, $12 at the door
$9 for JCCSF members
$12 for non-members
654 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105-4015
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