When your little one’s down in the dumps, sometimes it takes more than a new Webkinz to lift the gray. Need a new trick? Try Sue Wozniak, a craniosacral therapist who works with toddlers and kids. After just 45 minutes of Wozniak’s gentle touch, your child will be transformed from tantrum-prone to docile. And the chill-out lasts and lasts. Though we’re not quite sure we can explain exactly what she does, she tells us that she’s shifting the flow of spinal fluid and zapping blockages to harness the body’s natural energy. Whatever it is, it works like magic. Now if only she could wrangle some sunshine in December. Sue Wozniak, 7701 23rd Avenue NW (206-898-2342 or firstname.lastname@example.org). For more information, go to slowflowcranial.com. LISTEN Northwest Girlchoir What: Holiday tunes to put you in a festive mood. Why: Fa-la-la fun. When: Tues., 5, 5:45, 6:30 & 7:15 p.m. Where: Hotel 1000, 1000 First Ave., Downtown (206-957-1000). LOOK Gingerbread Village What: Enormous, elaborate candy-and-cookie creations that benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Why: Serious eye candy. When: Thru Jan. 4. Where: Sheraton Seattle Hotel, 1400 Sixth Ave., Downtown (206-621-9000). WELCOME Winter Solstice Celebration What: Songs, stories, and apple cider pressed from Carkeek Orchard trees. Why: Longer days are on the way. When: Sat., 1-3 p.m. Where: Carkeek Park Environmental Learning Center, 950 NW Carkeek Park Rd., North Seattle (206-684-0877).