Monday, November 18th


Thanksgivukkah – Thanksgiving + Hanukkah – is an occurrence of the two holidays that won’t happen again for more than 70,000 years.

Jewish families who typically celebrate Thanksgiving (the fourth Thursday in November) and Hanukkah will be able to combine the  holidays this year. Since both center around the themes of thankfulness and gratitude, many see no conflict in a twin celebration.

What does that mean? Sufganiyot stuffed with cranberry jelly or pumpkin pie. Sweet potato knish. Latkes stuffed with a challah-based dressing. When two cross-cultural holidays collide at the feast table, imagination comes into play.

Greeting Card Universe offers unique Thanksgivukkah cards for your double holiday needs. For those who prefer to keep their holiday celebrations separate, check out our large collections of Thanksgiving cards and Hanukkah cards for every member of your family, your friends, co-workers, and everyone else on your holiday list.

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