Posted by missmagpie on 30th December 2014

5 Family-Friendly New Years Celebrations in Vermont

New Year's Eve Vermont

Kids want to ring in the New Year just as much as their parents do. There are plenty of Vermont venues that are family-friendly and welcome all to party like it is 2015. From Noon-Year Parties to First Nights there is something for everyone this year. Remember to check each celebration to see if you need to sign-up in advance or buy tickets. This New Years Eve is sure to be one to remember.

New Year’s Eve Events

Free Classes at Flynn Arts Center – During First Night Burlington, FlynnArts opens their children’s classes to anyone who has ever wondered what their classes might be like. Try Family Dance, Family Music Together, Breakdancing and more.

Noon-year Party @ Milton Public Library – For little ones ages 3-7 who might not make it up until midnight, celebrate at the library with games, crafts, cake and treats.

Countdown to Noon-Year @ Ilsley Public Library – This celebration is for all young children in Middlebury who won’t be awake when the ball drops. They are looking for older kids to volunteer with crafts and face painting.

New Years Eve Fireworks and Skating @ Memorial Sports Center – Fireworks will begin at 7:30pm at the Middlebury Recreation Field. After the fireworks head over to Memorial Sport Center for free Ice Skating from 8:00 – 9:30pm.

New Years Eve Montpelier – This town wide extravaganza has it all! Marko the Magician will be performing two shows. There will be early fireworks from the State House Lawn and a huge party at City Hall.

Be sure to check our calendar for other New Years Eve Celebrations, fireworks displays and torch light parades.

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