HOMEY HUT: This humble yet cozy sukkah has made an appearance for more than a decade in Charm City. Without fail, Bill Marker and Nan Tuckett have worked together each year to construct a temporary dwelling in their 0.007-acre backyard. The husband and wife playfully refer to the small haven outside their 1850s home as their “secret agent garden.”
FALLING INTO SUKKOT: This Pikesville-based sukkah, complete with glittery pumpkins, colorful leaves and twinkling lights, was constructed with the fall season in mind. Fallon and Noah Saposnik’s outdoor hut was nestled in the backyard of their two-story home on Marnat Road.
ON THE MOVE: Charm City Tribe’s mobile sukkah set up shop on the back of a pickup truck for the fifth
consecutive year and made its way around Baltimore for a three-day tour. Attendees gathered at various locations, including R. House and The Charmery, to shake the lulav and etrog, eat a cup of etrog-flavored ice cream and drink a glass of etrog beer.
COLORFUL CREATION: Sukkah dwellers were greeted by a pop of color when they entered this spacious temporary hut at Beth Israel Congregation in Owings Mills. Little helpers put their creative skills to the test to decorate the sukkah with vibrant paper chains, artificial fruit and CD mobiles.