October 2-4, 2020


Living Tree Alliance Moretown, VT

park at:  Shady Lady Grove, 307 Route 100B, Moretown, Vermont

Living Tree Alliance is hosting the 7th annual Sukkot on the Farm Festival, an earth-based celebration of the Jewish Harvest. Centered around the sukkah, the traditional hand-crafted harvest hut, this year we honor Jewish musicians. With storytelling, song and community we weave our connections. Join us for a weekend outdoor gathering, with music, ritual, conversation, and learning. There will be activities for all ages and inviting spaces to enjoy the natural world in the Mad River Valley of Vermont. People from all backgrounds are invited to cultivate community in fall’s abundant beauty.

Whether you come for the tradition, teachings or the scenery, you’ll find a weekend of inspired conversations and thoughtful family activity.

 

JOIN THE PLANNING COMMITTEE: Info@livingtreealliance.com

AN AUTUMN EXPERIENCE TO REMEMBER

 STAY FOR THE WEEKEND – Campers are invited to hike or mountain bike on the beautiful trails, visit out private beach on the Mad River Valley, spend time in the field and relax into Vermont foliage.  October can be some real cold nights, please make sure to bring lots of blankets and layers and very warm sleeping bag.  Song, teachings and celebration abound.

 Local Lodging Options fill up quick. Book early. 

 

Check out Beautiful Lodging in Mad River Valley with our friends at Wilder Farm Inn and Swanson Inn for warmer sleeping accomodations! 

Please leave your dogs at home!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you to our past sponsors :  Ruach Ha’Maqom, Kol HaEmek (Upper Valley Jewish Community), Jewish Community of Greater Stowe (JCOGS), Temple Sinai, Ohavi Zedek, and Jewish Communities of Vermont, PJ Library of Vermont, and Harold Grinspoon Foundation.

Thank you to our business supporters; Red Hen Bakery, Trader Joe’s, Hunger Mountain Coop, and Elmore Roots Nursery

“Everything is beautiful in its moment, but the ripening is hidden from your mind, and you cannot comprehend beginnings or endings. From this I concluded it is best for you to rejoice in what is and devote your life to goodness. This is the gift of reality: eat and drink and find work that pleasures your heart. Reality’s flow is endless, moment to moment nothing is added and nothing is taken away, and its sole purpose is to open you to wonder.”    – Ecclesiastes 3:11-3:14

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