Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by sincere, Sep 26, 2007.
what other place do you recommend?
Holidays? What holiday and for how long?
BH has the odd habit of closing down it's website for small periods of time. :greenpbl:
That store must be a nice place to work at.
It's the Yom Kippur Holiday. They might reopen next week.
A lot of the camera shops in New York closed yesterday at noon. Some of them will re-open on Monday. B&H will not re-open until October 6, I believe. You might try Cameta and there is always Calumet.
Hehehe... so my goyishe friends, you're learning the Jewish holiday calendar...
As of today it is Sukkoth, a nice quasi-Thanksgiving festival where we sit outside in a hut and see the stars, and think about food, wine, and what law-school we'll be sending the kids to.
Coming up next (well, almost next): Simchat Torah, a particularly fun holiday. The Torah is finished, and we scroll back to The Beginning.
Maybe we ought to sticky this, Adorama and many other places have the same schedule...:
Rosh HaShanah: 13 September 2007 (Thursday)
Yom Kippur: 22 September 2007 (Saturday)
Sukkot: 27 September 2007 (Thursday)
Sh'mini Atzeret: 4 October 2007 (Thursday)
Simchat Torah: 5 October 2007 (Friday)
Hanukkah (Chanukah): 5 December 2007 (Wednesday)
Tu Bishvat: 22 January 2008 (Tuesday)
Purim: 21 March 2008 (Friday)
Passover (Pesach): 20 April 2008 (Sunday)
Holocaust Remembrance Day (Yom HaShoah): 2 May 2008 (Friday)
Israel Memorial Day (Yom HaZikaron): 7 May 2008 (Wednesday)
Israel Independence Day (Yom HaAtzmaut): 8 May 2008 (Thursday)
Lag B'Omer: 23 May 2008 (Friday)
Shavuot: 9 June 2008 (Monday)
Tisha B'Av: 10 August 2008 (Sunday)
Adorama keeps the same schedule, IF? This little shiksa was not aware of that.
To the OP: Freestyle keeps fairly routine business hours and ship worldwide, too. Excellent company.
thanks you guys, will look into these places.
Have made all my major photo purchases at B&H and would wait for them to open, I think it's well worth it to buy from them.
succot (feast of tabernacles) is an 8 day feast!
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