LIVING Picks: Week of December 20-26

Show your creative spirit by decorating graham cracker gingerbread houses at the Virginia Discovery Museum. Show your creative spirit by decorating graham cracker gingerbread houses at the Virginia Discovery Museum.

FAMILY

Gingerbread house making
Thursday, December 21

Show your creative spirit by decorating graham cracker gingerbread houses. $15 (includes museum admission for one child and one adult), 4pm. Virginia Discovery Museum, 524 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. 977-1025.

NONPROFIT

Gift Forest
Through December 24

Holiday pop-up market features designers, makers and artists from across the area. Free entry, various hours. The Bridge PAI, 209 Monticello Rd. 984-5669.

FOOD & DRINK

Campfire caroling
Friday, December 22

Musician Jan Smith leads guests in singing carols around the campfire. Free, 6-8pm. Devils Backbone Brewing Company, 200 Mosbys Run, Roseland. 361-1001.

HEALTH & WELLNESS

New Year’s Day 5K
Monday, January 1

The Charlottesville Track Club hosts this run that benefits the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Virginia. $25-35, 11am. 5405 Wesley Chapel Rd., Free Union. cvilletrackclub.org

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