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At Adamama, we are deeply intertwined with the Jewish harvest festival of Succot.

During the week-long festival of Succot, we spend time in an impermanent ‘home’ known as a ‘Succah’. This evokes the temporary dwellings the Israelites inhabited on their way out of Egypt. The Succah is a walled structure covered with organic material.

Join us for this special working bee as we put up and decorate this ‘home away from home’. We will be making walls, creating a roof from organic material (called ‘schach’) and adding a few unique decorations to make it that much more special.

There will also be a whole lot of gardening to do as the weather heats up and the plants (and weeds) say hello.

So come on down to Adamama, your favourite urban farm, and let’s start preparing for the harvest Festival of Succot.

There’s lots to do so please pick from a choice of 2 sessions:

9am-12pm OR 1-4pm.