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Children celebrate worldwide holidays

After learning about the Latin American celebration of Three Kings Day, Nathaniel Bixby, 5, tries on the crown he created.

After learning about the Latin American celebration of Three Kings Day, Nathaniel Bixby, 5, tries on the crown he created.

Westborough – Families attended the annual Children's Festival of Holidays held Dec. 14 at the Boroughs Family Branch YMCA. Through hands-on crafts, music, dance and culinary treats, children learned about holidays celebrated around the globe. Festivities included a craft fair earlier that morning. The fun and educational event was open to the community free of charge.

Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.

Julian Miculli, 6, and his brother, Sebastian, 4, do an Italian dance known as the tarantela.

Julian Miculli, 6, and his brother, Sebastian, 4, do an Italian dance known as the tarantela.

Daniel Xu, 10, descends from the

Daniel Xu, 10, descends from the “Top of the World Norwegian Climb.”

Jeremy Wickremeratne, 7, and Logan McKenney, 3, prepare for Advent by making ornaments.

Jeremy Wickremeratne, 7, and Logan McKenney, 3, prepare for Advent by making ornaments.

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