Sukkoberfest at Ahavath Torah Congregation
It’s October, and many people like to celebrate Oktoberfest. October is also when the Jewish holiday of Sukkot occurs. At Ahavath Torah Congregation in Stoughton, the Brotherhood will be mashing up the Jewish holiday of Sukkot with Oktoberfest, to make Sukkoberfest.
On Sunday, October 9, beginning at 1:00 pm, there will be Bavarian-inspired dishes, and the event will be hosted by Jack’s Abby Craft Lagers. The event will feature a savory feast of beer-braised sausages and onion, chicken, fresh sauerkraut, Bavarian pretzels with mustard sauce and… beer!
Tickets for this 21+ event are $36 each. Reservations are required by contacting Stu Weiner at firstname.lastname@example.org by October 6.
Ahavath Torah Congregation, a hub of the South Area Jewish Community, is a Conservative synagogue in Stoughton, Mass. Rabbi Jonathan Hausman serves as religious leader. The synagogue, celebrating 103 years, is among the oldest on Boston’s South Shore. ATC seeks to create a warm, welcoming and vivacious environment for all.
ATC is conveniently located at 1179 Central Street in Stoughton, just off Route 138 and minutes from Routes 24, 139, 27 and 123.
Ahavath Torah Congregation