Looking to hang in a sukkah this week, but don’t have the time or energy to build your own holiday hut?
Then catch Charm City Tribe’s unique Mobile Sukkah, which is currently on its annual holiday tour around town. Making three stops this week, you can get your Sukkot-on-the-Go by shaking the ol’ lulav and etrog in the custom-made, pop-up sukkah.
Already having swung by HomeSlyce in Federal Hill on Tuesday night and Max’s Taphouse in Fells Point last night, the Mobile Sukkah will stop tonight from 6-8 at Union Craft Brewing, 1700 Union Ave. in Woodberry.
CCT bills itself as the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore’s “contribution to the current Jewish downtown lifestyle.” CCT was named one of North America’s top innovative Jewish organizations in the 11th annual Slingshot Guide.
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