September typically signals fall and change.

For Jews, this is also a special time of year. In between getting the kids back-to-school, returning to routines and everyday life, the High Holy Days are on the horizon, including Sukkot, or ‘The Festival of Sukkot.’

Sukkot arrives in early fall and lasts eight days. On the final day there is a special service held. Jews around the world use this occasion for reflections and gratitude, along with taking in all of their blessings.

In ancient times, holiday meals were served in a Sukkah – a hut-like structure with three sides, decorated with fruits, greenery and sheaves of grain. They were said to symbolize the huts that workers lived in during the harvest.

If you plan to celebrate Sukkot, Sieger Sukkah has everything you need from the Sukkah itself to the colorful decorations. Ordering online is easier than ever before, thanks to our newly redesigned, user-friendly website.

Assembly instructions for all sizes of Sukkahs are available on our website, or we can assist you via the phone. Really, it’s whatever is best for you.

To ensure your Sukkah arrives in time for the holiday, place your order today. We look forward to serving you and your family during this exciting holiday season.