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Associated Press Oregon Daybook for Thursday, Nov. 28.

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Friday, Nov. 29 12:00 PM Fur Free Friday demonstration with ‘giant bunnies’ in downtown Portland – In Defense of Animals and Fur Free PDX co-host a demonstration with activists wearing giant bunny heads, a parade of Portlanders against the fur trade, and a video screen playing footage that exposes the cruelty of the industry. Protesters call on Portland to adopt a sales ban on fur following California’s decision to ban sales statewide * Demonstration begins at Nordstrom, 701 SW Broadway, before heading to Portland City Hall, 1221 SW Fourth Ave for speeches and finishing with a ‘die-in’ at Pioneer Courthouse Sq

Location: Portland, OR


Contacts: Fleur Dawes, In Defense of Animals communications,; Amber Cananvan, Fur Free PDX,, 1 315 546 5108;


Friday, Nov. 29 5:30 PM 35th Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony at Pioneer Courthouse Square

Location: Pioneer Courthouse Square, 701 SW Sixth Avenue, Portland, OR


Contacts: Portland Police Bureau ,


Friday, Nov. 29 Black Friday – traditional beginning of the Christmas shopping season – Black Friday – traditional beginning of the Christmas shopping season on the Friday after Thanksgiving, when retailers offer big savings to entice shoppers and supposedly haul themselves back ‘in the black’. Many retailers open at midnight to take full advantage of the day




Friday, Nov. 29 NIKE Inc: Q4 2019 Ex-dividend date


Contacts: Nitesh Sharan, Nike Investor Relations,, 1 503 532 2828



Saturday, Nov. 30 Small Business Saturday – Small Business Saturday, for people to show their support for small businesses and the communities they help to keep thriving

Weblinks:,, #SmallBizSat

Contacts: Megan Hunsicker, American Express,, 1 800 235 8916

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