+ Holiday happenings
Abbie Mount, a fourth-grader at Temple Emanu-El, waves the lulav during recent Sukkot festivities. Children learned about the significance of the lulav, branches of palm, myrtle and willow leaves bound together, and the etrog, a sweet-smelling citrus fruit ceremonially waved during Sukkot. In keeping with Sukkot’s emphasis on appreciating the beauty of the natural world, the celebrations took place in Temple Emanu-El’s sukkah, a temporary outdoor dwelling with open sides and roof, constructed especially for the holiday. Children decorated the sukkah with paper chains, fruit and original drawings.
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24 "Smart, Sassy, Strong & Classy!" Women's Gala & Speed Networking Event
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
24 Sunsets at Selby
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
25 Mindful Practice
25 Ed U Tainment
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
County Commission to discuss incentive grant
Sarasota County Commission will discuss giving a company a financial incentive to expand within the county at Tuesday's meeting.
Wallenda to assist historical marker dedication
The Sarasota County Historical Commission will recognize the Sarasota Bayfront with a historical marker Saturday, Oct. 4.
CYD hosts Family Fun Night
Community Youth Development is celebrating Family Day with a free Family Fun Night at locations throughout Sarasota.