ATLANTA -- With stores opening on Thanksgiving for the first time ever, it's changed the habits of some people on a day spent with family.
WATCH how early shopping has changed Thanksgiving habits.
See how early people started shopping here.

While this Thanksgiving was the coldest in a century, that didn't stop people from enjoying the holiday with events, food and of course, shopping.

Kmart opened Thursday morning at 6 a.m. with many stores opening Thursday night and staying open through Friday.
Find Black Friday deals and shopping guides here.

Thursday night at 6 p.m. Macy's at Lenox held its annual Great Tree Lighting, this year outside in the parking lot.
Watch the Great Tree Lighting here.
PHOTOS | Macy's Great Tree Lighting

Some people were up early, but not for shopping or cooking... rather for running. People braved sub-freezing temps for the 5K and 10K Gobble Jog in Marietta. And hundreds showed up for the Atlanta half marathon, including one in shorts.
Watch the runners here.

Hosea Feed the Hungry held its annual Thanksgiving event, feeding 10,000 people Thursday.
See how they did it and the great response here.

And USOvolunteers served-up lunch for troops waiting at Hartsfield Jackson Airport. They got the full feast, with all the fixins' plus, a comfortable place to nap and relax before catching their next flight.
See the USO serve troops here.

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