This festival, also known as “Rejoicing with the Law,” marks the end of Sukkot and the completion of the Torah reading cycle with the beginning of reading the first book again. Jews celebrate this day by singing, dancing, and marching around the synagogue or temple with Torah scrolls. Some Jews refrain from work and other activities in observance of this day.
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October 12, 2017 – October 13, 2017 all-day