Sun, Oct 9: 7:30–10 pm
Mon, Oct 10: 9 am–10 pm
Tue, Oct 11: 9 am–10 pm
Wed, Oct 12: 9 am–12:30 pm
Thu, Oct 13: 9–11 am + 1–3 pm
Fri, Oct 14: 9 am–12:30 pm + 2–10 pm
Sat, Oct 15: 9 am–10 pm
Sun, Oct 16: 9–11 am + 3–10 pm

Only vegetarian and/or dairy food is allowed in the sukkah. Tables for meals are first come, first served. Please contact with any questions.


Sky + Sculpture: The Vulnerable Beauty of Sukkot in a Pioneering Work of Art (Hybrid)
Sun, Oct 2, 6:30–7:30 pm

20s + 30s Annual Rooftop Sukkot Party
Sun, Oct 9, 2–5 pm

Adaptations Sukkot Lunch
Wed, Oct 12, 1–2:30 pm

Wechsler Center Brunch in the Sukkah
Thu, Oct 13, 11 am–1 pm

LGBTQIA+ Sukkot Party
Thu, Oct 13, 7–10 pm

This Sukkot: Jewish Climate Action and You
Sun, Oct 16, 11 am–1 pm


The Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan is honored to present ALIVE, a site-specific sukkah created by the artist Yoav Einhar.

ALIVE comprises four posters created by Yoav Einhar, an Israeli designer whose work focuses on a range of social issues. Yoav’s design firm, Einhar Studio, collaborates with social enterprise organizations across Israel, utilizing innovative and beautiful design to increase awareness and impact. This year’s site-specific sukkah is a manifestation of positivity and acts as an antidote to negative news and burdens of contemporary life. ALIVE offers visitors a chance to seek temporary shelter within walls of good energy, creating a brief escape from the challenges of the day.

ALIVE is part of Bless, an exhibit in collaboration with Shenkar Research center for Israeli Design, on view in the Laurie M. Tisch Gallery, located in the JCC’s lobby. Please walk inside and enjoy the exhibit. All are welcome.