He may not be able to spell it, but Boston Mayor Thomas Menino is on board with Thanksgivukkah. He promised to proclaim Nov. 28 “Thanksgivukkah Day” in the city.
Looking for a super easy way to dress up your holiday table? Try our free downloadable place cards, which you can print on regular paper using a color printer.
This year’s holiday season has been made extra joyous with the coincidence of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving. Both holidays are especially meaningful for those with disabilities: Hanukkah is a celebration of fortitude and survival, while Thanksgiving is an expression of our gratefulness.
As you think about this convergence of holidays and its meaning, here is a list of books to have on hand for Thanksgiving and Hanukkah that keep in mind the underlying spirit of each.
In honor of this historic holiday mash-up, Bon Appétit fired up the anti-test kitchen and developed some combo dishes that should never make it onto your dining room tables.
From Bon Appétit
It’s customary (although certainly not required) to exchange presents on Hanukkah, which means that this Nov. 28, American Jewish families will have until nightfall to turn their tryptophan-induced exhaustion into gift-induced excitement.
Make a child’s Thanksgivukkah unforgettable with a donation to Project Dreidel, where 100 percent of your gift goes toward providing toys to kids in need.
We took our video camera to the streets to find out what the people of Boston think about Thanksgivukkah. We even went to Boston City Hall for a special interview with Mayor Menino!
Every day, Malka Benjamin wakes up and transforms herself into Mary Warren, an actual person from the 17th century.
Want something fun to do while your turkey is in the oven? Sharpen your pencil and download our original crossword puzzle with clues related to both Hanukkah and Thanksgiving (many of which can be solved by exploring this website!).