We invite you to share your sukkah photos with the AJT to show the many ways Jewish Atlanta decorates and celebrates for Sukkot.

On this page are examples of what can happen when you combine a fun holiday with generally beautiful fall weather. Thank you to all who contributed photos, and look for us to do it again next Sukkot.

Preschool and kindergarten pupils with their families and teachers pack into the Davis Academy sukkah for a Sukkot lunch and some lulav and etrog shaking amid the decorations made by their fellow students.

Meanwhile, it’s time for all you eager young artists out there to get working on your entries for the annual AJT Chanukah Art Contest. This year’s best artwork will be on the cover of the Dec. 8 Chanukah issue of the AJT, and we’ll also recognize the finest submissions in three age groups: 6 and under; 7 to 10; and 11 to 13.

Cory Shaw’s sukkah on Dartford Drive in Dunwoody is roomy and hospitable enough for an elephant to feel at home.

You can create your artwork on a standard 8½-by-11-inch piece of paper using paint, crayons, markers — whatever helps you bring your imagination to life. Just remember that we’re looking for something that will be eye-catching on the front of the newspaper, so try to use bright colors and lots of creativity.

Look for more details and an entry form in the Nov. 3 AJT and here online.

Photos: Jewish ATL Celebrates Sukkot