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5 Not-To-Be-Missed Family-Friendly Events This Winter


Winter is coming, and Citibank’s Private Pass has everything you need to make it an entertaining one — both for you, and your little(r) ones. Here are five of the best events to consider in the coming months that are suitable for the whole family!

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  • DreamWorks How To Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular 1 of 5
    DreamWorks How To Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular
    A full-emersion live experience, wherein audiences are transported into a world of epic live-action storytelling and animatronic dragons. Perfect for the little boy or daring girl in your life!

  • The Harlem Globetrotters 2 of 5
    The Harlem Globetrotters
    Who doesn't love the Harlem Globetrotters, right? Filled to the brim as ever with amazing basketball tricks and humorous antics, this is one event you (and your kids) won't want to miss.

  • Jack Hanna’s Into The Wild Live! 3 of 5
    Jack Hanna's Into The Wild Live!
    Renowned wild animal expert Jack Hanna is kicking it live in 2012, and you and your family can experience the wild thrills and excitement of Hanna's animal antics in the comfort of your very own hometown! Here's just a taste of the Jack Hanna experience:

  • Moscow Ballet – The Nutcracker 4 of 5
    Moscow Ballet - The Nutcracker
    The world-renouned Moscow Ballet is touring The Great Russian Nutcracker on this, their 20th anniversary year of the production. It's a classic must-see for every kid, young or old, and something you and your family don't want to miss out on!

  • Max & Ruby in The Nutcracker Suite 5 of 5
    Max & Ruby in The Nutcracker Suite
    Perfect for the younger set, Max & Ruby's The Nutcracker Suite brings the joyous classic story to life with the beloved bunny siblings and their grandmother's entrancing storytelling.

 This winter we’re planning to take my daughter to The Great Russian Nutcracker — though she’d no doubt go ga-ga over the How To Train Your Dragon Spectacular (she’s OBSESSED with the books to an almost unhealthy degree), and the Harlem Globetrotters video above is making me think we may have to make some room in our schedule for that as well. What events are you thinking of taking your kids to over the next few months?

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