What to do with the kids on Christmas if your family doesn’t celebrate the holiday? Here are some possibilities:

Go bowling

WHEN | WHERE Opens at noon, Bowlmor Long Island, 895 Walt Whitman Rd., Melville

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COST $4.49 per game, and $5.49 for shoes

INFO 631-271-1180; bowlmor.com

Come in for bowling as usual at the lanes. Kitchen is also open. Check your local bowling alleys; they may be open as well.

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Visit a JCC

Friends and Family Day at Sid Jacobson JCC

WHEN | WHERE 9:30 a.m. to noon at the Sid Jacobson JCC, 300 Forest Dr., East Hills

COST $20 per family

INFO 516-484-1545; sjjcc.org

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Enjoy activities with the kids, including a bagel breakfast (included), play in the gym, help with community service projects and see Professor Pickle perform in “Circus of Nothing!” at 11:15 a.m.

Family Day at the Mid-Island Y JCC

WHEN | WHERE 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Mid-Island Y JCC, 45 Manetto Hill Rd., Plainview

COST $5 per person, $18 per family

INFO 516-822-3535; miyjcc.org

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Play ga-ga, do arts and crafts, enjoy open swim and open gym, take Zumba, play Mah-jongg (bring your own set) and more.

Play bingo and eat deli

WHEN | WHERE Noon at Zan’s Kosher Delicatessen, 135 Alexander Ave., Lake Grove

COST Pay your own lunch bill; 10 percent will be donated to Hadassah; RSVP requested

INFO 917-414-4526; jewishwithoutwalls.org

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JWOW — Jewish Without Walls — has reserved the deli’s backroom for lunch ordered off the menu and activities including family-friendly Bingo for all ages with prizes. JWOW is partnering with Hadassah on the program and money raised will go to support health care in Israel and for women around the world.