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What to do with kids this weekend in Westchester

Read on to find out about the tons of activities for kids to do this weekend in Westchester

Weekend Highlights for Friday, January 3- Sunday, Janaury 5:

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Friday's highlights (click here for more on Friday, January 3):


Jeff Moriber Invites You to LOOK! at Larchmont Public Library. Jeff Moriber’s latest exhibit simply titled LOOK!, opens in the Oresman Gallery January 3 and will be on display until January 31.


Super Silly Songs with Kurt Gallagher at Larchmont Public Library. Bring the family and celebrate winter with a wild and crazy guy and his music! Join Kurt Gallagher and clap your hands, stamp your feet, get up and dance to the beat.


Christmas Break Camp at House of Sports. The House of Sports offers a variety of summer and holiday camps for athletes of all ages and abilities in basketball, lacrosse, baseball, and multi-sport. •Pre-registration strongly suggested as our holiday camps almost always sell out!


Roller Skating at the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center at Town of Greenwich Parks & Recreation. Bring your kids rollerskating at the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center! For $8 per person (including skate rental!), you and your families will have fun and stay active! 90 Harding Road, Old Greenwich, CT



Saturday's highlights (click here for more on Saturday, January 4):


Make a Fun Desk Calendar at Town of Greenwich Parks & Recreation. •Kids Workshop activities are scheduled on a first come/first served basis. •All kids get to keep their craft, receive a FREE certificate of achievement, a Workshop Apron, and a commemorative pin.


Winter Wolves 01 at Wolf Conservation Center. Winter offers families a unique opportunity to visit the wolves during their favorite time of year. Learn about the mythology, biology and ecology of wolf families and discover why this season is such a magical time for packs in North America.


New Year’s Hike at Westmorland Sanctuary. Come out to Westmoreland for a New Year’s hike through the sanctuary. Hiking is a great way to exercise plus get outside and see some amazing scenes in nature. Come dressed for the weather.


It’s a Celebration! Party Mask at Lakeshore Learning. Kids are ready to celebrate with an enchanting mask they make themselves…and decorate with super-cool collage materials!


Jeff Moriber Invites You to LOOK! at Larchmont Public Library. Jeff Moriber’s latest exhibit simply titled LOOK!, opens in the Oresman Gallery January 3 and will be on display until January 31.


Musky Mustelids  at Teatown Lake Reservation. Meet a few of Teatown ambassador animals in this program featuring odiferous animals. Great for families with children over 4 years old.


Family Fun Day & Open House at New Era Creative Space. FREE! Face painting, music, art, and fun for the whole family!


EXHIBITIONS: A BILLION BRICKS: LEGO® T-Rex, Turtles & Trains!  at Stamford Museum & Nature Center. Bill Probert & I LUG (LEGO® Users Group) NY return for a fifth season with a LEGO® landscape of epic proportions.



Sunday's highlights (Click here for more to do on Sunday):


Animal Tracking  at Westmorland Sanctuary. Not all of our wildlife sleep the winter away. Join a us as we venture into the outdoors to see what animals have been moving around. We will look for signs of animals passing through the trails, and discover what stories they tell us.


Eye to I... 3,000 Years of Portraits at Katonah Museum of Art. Eye to I explores the countless ways individuals experience imagery. Interpretive copy written by over 100 contributors – from a U.S. poet laureate to a local police officer – offer personal responses to the 60 portraits on display.


Pack Chat for Kids 01 at Wolf Conservation Center. This is the best introduction to wolves for families with young children. Kids will learn about the mythology surrounding wolves and the important role of wolves in the natural world.


EXHIBITIONS: A BILLION BRICKS: LEGO® T-Rex, Turtles & Trains!  at Stamford Museum & Nature Center. Bill Probert & I LUG (LEGO® Users Group) NY return for a fifth season with a LEGO® landscape of epic proportions.


Hot Shots (Ages 5 -10) at Solaris Yorktown. Pro supervised 10 & Under match play. USTA endorsed program played using modified racquets, balls and courts.


New York Metro Reptile Show  at Westchester County Center. Thousands of live pet reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates on display and for sale. Books, supplies, cages, and more! 200 + vendor tables. Buy breeder direct and save!


NY Metro Pet Reptile Expo at Animal Encounters. Come see thousands of live pet reptiles on display and for sale as pets! If you like reptiles, or are looking for a scaly new pet, this is the event for you! The expo is held at the Westchester Count Center in White Plains.


1st Sunday Bird Walks with Greenwich Audubon at Greenwich Point Park at Audubon Greenwich. Morning bird walks on the first Sunday of every month at Greenwich Point Park are becoming a local birding tradition. Get out & enjoy the mornings with your family. Bring binoculars & your cameras. Questions? Call Merideth Sampson at 203-637-9822.


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