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Updated: 2013-12-10T22:10:36Z

Dec. 13

Kids Holiday Party: For fourth- through sixth-graders; wear a costume, upwrap gifts, celebrate all your favorite holidays, 4-5 p.m., Mid-Continent Library, Woodneath Library Center, 8900 N Flintlock Road, Liberty, 816-883-4900.

Dec. 14-15

Gift Wrapping by NAWS Critter Wrapping: Free, donations to the non-profit organization are accepted, noon-4 p.m., Grove at Zona Rosa, 8640 N. Dixson Ave., Kansas City. 816-587-8180

Dec. 15

Pet Photos with Santa: All animals welcome, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m., Pete and Mac’s, 5860 N.W. Prairie View Road, Kansas City. 816-916-8267 or www.parkvilleshelter.com.

Dec. 16

Northland Grandfamilies Program: Open to any grandparent, aunt, or uncle who is raising children, 6 p.m., Platte Woods United Methodist Church, 7310 NW Prairie View Road, Kansas City

Dec. 17

Blue Ribbon Book Club: Will be discussing “Unaccustomed Earth” by Jhumpa Oahira, 1 p.m. , Mid-Continent Library, Woodneath Library Center, 8900 N Flintlock Road, Liberty, 816-883-4900.

Dec. 20

A Jazzy Christmas: With the Liberty Jazz Ensemble, program will include Christmas tunes and a visit from Santa, 7:30 p.m., Corbin Theatre, 15 North Water, Liberty, $10, children free. www.corbintheatre.org.

Dec. 21-22

Gift Wrapping by NAWS Critter Wrapping: Free, donations to the non-profit organization are accepted, noon-4 p.m., Grove at Zona Rosa, 8640 N. Dixson Ave., Kansas City, 816-587-8180

Dec. 25

37th Annual Christmas Day Dinner: Senior citizens 60 and over who have no family to be with on Christmas Day, transportation will be provided, RSVP by Dec. 21, noon-2 p.m., Open Door Bible Baptist Church, 4300 NE Parvin Rd., Kansas City, free, 816-572-2646.

| Lisa Lopez, llopez@kcstar.com

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