Thanksgiving, Hanukkah and Black Friday

Posted Nov. 29, 2013, at 11:33 a.m.
Annette Dodd, co-owner of the Rock and Art Shop in Bangor, hangs owl ornaments on a recycled wood tree Wednesday afternoon in downtown Bangor. The shop is planning to participate in the second annual Plaid Friday in Bangor, which is a more laid back alternative to the sometimes crazy early morning shopping day, Black Friday.
Annette Dodd, co-owner of the Rock and Art Shop in Bangor, hangs owl ornaments on a recycled wood tree Wednesday afternoon in downtown Bangor. The shop is planning to participate in the second annual Plaid Friday in Bangor, which is a more laid back alternative to the sometimes crazy early morning shopping day, Black Friday. Buy Photo
People stand in line to take advantage of Black Friday sale at the Walmart store in Bangor Thursday night.  The store opened at midnight.
People stand in line to take advantage of Black Friday sale at the Walmart store in Bangor Thursday night. The store opened at midnight. Buy Photo
Volunteers prepare pies before serving a free Thanksgiving meal from Manna Ministries Thursday morning at Columbia Street Baptist Church in Bangor.
Volunteers prepare pies before serving a free Thanksgiving meal from Manna Ministries Thursday morning at Columbia Street Baptist Church in Bangor. Buy Photo
Paula Matlins (from left), helps her daughters Gabrielle, 2, and Hannah, 4, light the menorah while Drew Matlins reads a prayer during the first night of Hanukkah at their home in Bangor. The Matlins spoke about how they're handling the confluence of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving this year as the start of Hanukkah is the day before Thanksgiving.
Paula Matlins (from left), helps her daughters Gabrielle, 2, and Hannah, 4, light the menorah while Drew Matlins reads a prayer during the first night of Hanukkah at their home in Bangor. The Matlins spoke about how they're handling the confluence of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving this year as the start of Hanukkah is the day before Thanksgiving. Buy Photo
Licensed Massage Therapist Eric Sirois inspects the window frame where a sheet of glass once was until wind pulled the glass out and sent it to the sidewalk three stories below. No was one injured when the glass fell.
Licensed Massage Therapist Eric Sirois inspects the window frame where a sheet of glass once was until wind pulled the glass out and sent it to the sidewalk three stories below. No was one injured when the glass fell. Buy Photo

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