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The Best Sukkot Celebrations for LA Families!


As the autumn breeze gently sweeps through the City of Angels, the time-honored tradition of Sukkot brings a harvest of joy, community, and celebration to the bustling streets of Los Angeles. This vibrant city, with its rich tapestry of cultures, warmly welcomes the ancient Jewish festival with a blend of traditional and contemporary festivities. Families in LA are in for a delightful experience as the city hosts a variety of Sukkot events, each with its unique charm and allure.


From the traditional Sukkah building at Temple Akiba in Culver City to the joyous Sukkot Shabbat experience on the rooftop of Wilshire Boulevard Temple, and the cozy Sukkah at Skirball awaiting your family lunches, there's a cornucopia of events to choose from. Whether you're looking to immerse in the spiritual essence of Sukkot, enjoy a potluck dinner at the University Synagogue, or partake in fun-filled activities at the Open Temple Sukkot on the AK Farm in Venice, LA's Sukkot celebrations offer something enriching for everyone.



5249 S. Sepulveda Blvd.

Culver City, CA, 90230

(310) 398-5488

Join Temple Akiba for Sukkot building! You can take your own decorations from home, but decorations will also be provided at the event.

1422 Electric Ave

Venice, CA

The Open Temple Sukkot on the AK Farm is a festival of booths when the temple builds a Sukkot and fills it with the plenitude of life, friends, food, and fun times. With donuts, cider, and arts and crafts, it’s a day to say yes to life, learn more about Open Temple, and connect with the community.

Wilshire Boulevard Temple

Los Angeles, CA

Join Rabbi Joel Nickerson and Cantor Lisa Peicott on the rooftop Athletics Complex (AC) at the Glazer campus for a lively and joyous Sukkot Shabbat experience for the whole family.

11960 Sunset Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA

Celebrate Sukkot and Shabbat Potluck at University Synagogue with Sukkah Decoration and Dinner Potluck.

2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA

Throughout the week of September 29–October 6, visit the Skirball sukkah—installed in the courtyard behind the main lobby—to enjoy your lunch or to spend time with your family.

Sukkot in AJU Sukkah With PJ Library

15600 Mulholland Dr

Los Angeles, CA

Celebrate Sukkot with music and singing with Doda Mollie, crafts, and an interactive story in AJU's Burton Sperber Jewish Community Library of Los Angeles.


Sukkot Festivals in LA

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