September 14, 2020 | 25 Elul 5780
Day 26
It’s Day 26 of #30DaysOfLearning. OKCer Marty Goldman answers that ancient question... "What's a Shemini Atzeret?" Finally, some answers!
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Ready to be a little extra-inspired? We’ve got two videos scheduled for tomorrow! First up, Milton 6th grader Yarden Wilkenfeld decided to make a video for our #30Days and send it in. Enjoy the content, creativity, and special effects (yes!) as Yarden explains the halachot of building a kosher sukkah. Then, Sandy Walter returns for part two of the high holiday gardening series by nurturing our personal growth with her green thumbs.

Project 187 is complete! Simchat Torah provides a capstone of the Holiday season with a boisterous celebration of the completion of reading the Torah and the beginning of a new cycle. In anticipation of this happy holiday, and modeled off of Project 929, we have arranged a communal dash through the entire Torah (called project 180+7 because the Torah contains 187 chapters and 180+7 is a cool name that evokes two numbers with Judaic significance).  
With gratitude to Josh Wilkenfeld for facilitating the project, we are pleased to present this beautiful reflection from the Ohr Kodesh community

Let’s discover our connection points to one another! We will ask you to share fun facts about yourself, offer personal reflections, and engage in interesting conversation points. For each of these thirty days, we will introduce one new topic a day. Today’s topic: 

Bookmark this page to follow along with all thirty topics. See posting instructions or contact for assistance.

What to do when it’s rainy outside? Never Fear! Here’s a list of rainy day outdoor activities for kids and families. Prefer to stay inside? You know Pinterest has got your back with these 25 rain-themed art projects and activities. And just in case you’ve been scouring the book stores, we’ve unburied what may be the only kids’ book ever written about Shmini Atzeret

Want to be part of the fun? Send videos and content related to the High Holy Days and watch our community get even closer… a little social distance can’t keep OKC members apart! 

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