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Curious About Snow

Make your Holiday Snowmazing! at the Boston Children’s Museum, 308 Congress St. through Monday, Dec. 30.

Among the fun will be a musical production of Curious George and the Golden Meatball, sock skating and other Snowmazing activities, live animal presentations and Museum elves, STEAM activities, story times and dance performances.

Special show times for ASL and other special needs.

Visit bostonchildrenmuseum.org for other information.

Winter Craft Party

The Boston Athenæum, 10½ Beacon St. will host a Winter Craft Party from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 14.

Make a popsicle hot chocolate mug, felt melted snowman, and Harry Potter-inspired ornaments to take home. Snacks will be served.

Registration is recommended but not required. $5 materials fee for participating children and adults of all ages.

Visit bostonathenaeum.org for more information.

Surviving the Holidays

If you are separated or divorced, the holidays can be a lonely, stressful, depressing time. But there’s hope!

The Park Street Church, One Park St. will host Surviving the Holidays from 9:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Dec. 14. This encouraging seminar will help you cope during the holidays and discover new ways to enjoy them again. The holidays can be a lonely and stressful time for children in single parent families or divorced/separated homes. A special program for children, ages 5 through 12 will include fun games, activities, crafts, a story and more.

Email DivorceCare@parkstreet.org by Dec. 8 to register for these events. These programs are free and open to anyone going through separation or divorce. A continental breakfast will be provided.

Computer Science Education Weekend

The Computer Science Education Weekend will be held on Dec. 14 and Dec. 15 at the Museum of Science featuring a “passport” of hands-on-activities for visitors to try around the building while collecting stamps to return for a prize.

Admission is included with Exhibit Halls tickets. Visit mos.org for more details.

Nine Lessons and Carols

Park Street Church, One Park St. will present the annual Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols from 7 to 9 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 15.

The music will be sung by the Sanctuary Choir and Congregation accompanied by the Park Street Orchestra.

Childcare, requested but not required, will be available through age four.

Recommended arrival is 6:30 p.m. for Sanctuary seating; overflow seating will be available in the Fellowship Hall.

Visit parkstreet.org for more information.

NextGen Doughnut-Making and Discussion

The NextGen Doughnut-Making and Discussion will be held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 15 at the Boston Synagogue, 55 Martha Rd.

Join Boston Synagogue’s NextGen for an afternoon of making sufganiyot, stuffed doughnuts, in celebration of Hanukkah. After the cooking workshop, enjoy the freshly fried snacks over drinks and a discussion on “The Wisdom of Hanukkah in a World on Fire.”

The Boston Synagogue NextGen is a welcoming group of young folks brought together by their love of Jewish culture, food, music and lively conversations.

Email office@bostonsynagogue.org to let them know you are coming and if you have any allergies. Visit bostonsynagogue.org for other information.