SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- A celebration on wheels will be making its way through the Syracuse University campus this week.
The Sukkah mobile was designed by the Chabad-House Lubavitch to honor the Jewish Festival of Sukkot. It acts as a "religious pit stop" for anyone who wants to celebrate the festival.
A Sukkah is a temporary structure with a roof made of green branches, which signify divine protection. People can go inside and make a blessing.
The holiday also has a second purpose.
"Sukkah time in the land of Israel is the harvest festival. They were told when they go into the land of Israel there will be a harvest time and they should take the four species," Rabbi Yaakov Rapoport said.
Each of the four species represents a different type of person.
The Sukkah mobile will also be in Armory Square later this week.