Rare ‘Thanksgivukkah’ Coming This Holiday Season

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BEACHWOOD, Ohio -- A once in a lifetime occurrence is happening this holiday season: Thanksgivukkah.

This year, the first day of Hanukkah falls on Thanksgiving. CNN reports the last time that happened was back in 1888; and it won't happen again for more than 70,000 years.

It's inspiring greeting cards, decorations and special events as people prepare to celebrate.

Local Chef Dave Frank, of Chef Dave's Catering, is in on the action. He's put together his own menu for a Thanksgivukkah celebration at Young Israel of Greater Cleveland on Nov. 28.

There will even be an ice sculpture "menurkey," and an auction that will benefit the Aliza Sherman Fund.

To learn more about the event, watch the video above and click here. 

CNN contributed to this report.

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