Thanksgivukkah: Rare holiday mashup won't be seen again for 79,000 years
Don't blink, because it won't happen for another 79,811 years.
It's the intersection of Thanksgiving and the first full day of Hanukkah, of course.
Call it Thanksgivukkah. Lots of people are.
Chattanooga-area Jewish residents are making various plans to celebrate both a secular day that did not become an annual tradition in the United States until an 1863 presidential proclamation by Abraham Lincoln and an eight-day religious holiday that commemorates an event that happened in 2 B.C.
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