Things to Do in Bergen County Week of January 6

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We rounded up the best things to do in Bergen County and beyond on our weekend PLAYlist!

Events Not To Miss:
Why: Grab a drink for a parents-only night of NY Times crossword puzzles and fun.
When: Thursday January 7, 8 pm
Where: Hosted online by JCC of Northern New Jersey and PJ Library Hudson County
Why: Solve clues with your crew along the trail to complete the hunt.
When: Saturday January 9 and Sunday January 10, 9 am-5 pm, $10
Where: Tenafly Nature Center, 313 Hudson Ave., Tenafly
Why: Snowmen creations for kids ages 3 to 6 and grades K to 4.
When: Sunday January 10, 10:30-11:30 am ages 3-6, 1-3 pm grades K-4, $25
Where: Franklin Lakes Community Center, 1 Vichiconti Way, Franklin Lakes
Why: Rides (by land and by “sea”), mini golf, indoor skiing and so much more full-family entertainment.
When: Daily, check attractions for schedules
Where: American Dream, 1 American Dream Way, East Rutherford
What: NYBG Glow
Why: Check out the glowing color and light in the night, plus ice sculping, entertainment and more.
When: Now through Saturday January 9, 5-10 pm
Where: New York Botanical Gardens, 2900 Southern Blvd., Bronx
Why: A dazzling light installation filled with nature, history and more, illuminated.
When: Now through Sunday January 10, 4-10 pm
Where: 20 Randalls Island Park, NY
What: Pinkmas
Why: Treat yourself to an ice cream extravaganza with more treats and suprises.
When: Now through Sunday January 10, 11 am-8 pm
Where: Museum of Ice Cream, 558 Broadway, NYC
Why: Go on a lights safari with lanterns aglow in the African, Asian, North American, Latin American and Ocean sections.
When: Now through Sunday January 10, 3-8 pm, kids/$22.95, adults/$34.95
Where: Bronx Zoo, 2300 Southern Blvd., The Bronx
Why: Get into the winter spirit with ice skating, a carousel and train ride and more.
When: Now through Sunday February 21, $10
Where: Van Saun Park, 216 Forest Ave., Paramus
Why: Explore the book Big Snow at this outdoor reading experience.
When: Daily
Where: Thielke Arboretum, 460 Doremus Ave., Glen Rock
Why: Ice skating, treats and more frozen fun.
When: Now through March 7, 8 am-11 pm, reservations required
Where: Bryant Park, 5th Ave., NYC
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