Join Adamah Detroit & The Well for a Sukkot celebration highlighting the best of harvest season in Michigan! We’ll gather at Coriander Kitchen & Farm to engage in meaningful Jewish ritual and learning, share a vegetarian farm-to-table meal, and enjoy a spirited Sukkot Sounds concert, all against the backdrop of Detroit’s picturesque canals.
We're so excited to feature The Corn Potato String Band and Marbrisa, two of Detroit's most talented artists, who will perform an eclectic blend of joyful, spirited indie-folk-funk on strings.
Located on the canals in the Jefferson-Chalmers neighborhood, Coriander Kitchen & Farm makes their “casual, thoughtful local food” with their own farm-grown seasonal produce and herbs while also supporting other Detroit and Michigan farmers. Their waterfront location is the perfect setting to celebrate Sukkot!
This event is intended for young adults in their 20s and 30s.
Subsidized tickets are available at three pay-what-you-can tiers: $25, $36, and $50.
Your ticket includes Jewish learning and ritual activities, a farm-to-table vegetarian meal, one drink ticket, and an evening of music with The Corn Potato String Band and Marbrisa!
Cost should not be a barrier for attendance. For financial assistance, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about Coriander Kitchen and Farm: https://corianderkitchenandfarm.com/farm/
Learn more about the Corn Potato String Band: https://cornpotato.com/
Learn more about Marbrisa: https://www.marbrisamusic.com/
Refund Policy: If you cancel by September 17th, you will be eligible for a full refund. After September 18th, you are welcome to transfer your registration to another person (please email email@example.com for instructions) or your registration fee will be considered a donation to Adamah Detroit and The Well. We appreciate your understanding as accurate headcount is crucial for the success of this event.