Chag Sameach! - Happy Feast!
A Messianic / Hebrew Roots Festival Location
222 registered attendees from 6 states attended Our Father's FestivalTM in 2009: 162 adults, 50 kids ages 5-17 years old, and 10 under the age of 5. Overall, this represented an increase in attendance of 27% from our inaugural in 2008.
SPONSORS: Several Sabbath-keeping fellowships in Arizona
WHAT: Festival (Feast) of Tabernacles / Sukkot
WHEN: October 3 – 10, 2009 : Rabbinic Calendar
October 5 – 12, 2009 : Karaite / Sighted Moon Calendar
WHERE: Prescott, Arizona. Camp Yavapines is a quality and quiet 169 acre facility with many amenities and adjoins the huge Prescott National Forest.
WEATHER: Fall temperatures are typically in the 70s and nightly lows into the high 40s. One can expect blue skies with no or very little precipitation.
Explore the West while enjoying the Festival in this Top Ten Western Town for its scenic beauty, historic downtown, the Courthouse Plaza which was named one of the first Top Ten Public Places in 2008 in the nation (along with the likes of New York's Central Park and Santa Monica Beach), and the surrounding forests.
Thumb Butte Mountain (above right) is named “Ne Mithe Giyake” (lion lying down) by the native American Yavapai Tribe because of its resemblance to a lion. The mountain lies just to the south of Camp Yavapines and offers outstanding views of the Prescott area via a hiking trail from the camp
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In advance participation of the time when Zechariah 14 states all families of earth will celebrate the Festival, You are cordially invited to attend the Festival of Tabernacles in Prescott, AZ!
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