Bring your whole family to ring in the New Year at the ninth annual New Year’s Eve Party at Lebanon Hills Regional Park.
Enjoy candlelight hiking, snowshoeing and ice skating, sledding a lit hill, bonfires, live animals from Dakota Wild Animals, storytelling by Roy Edward Power, magic by Matt Dunn, a ball drop and more on Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2014 from 5–8 p.m. at the Lebanon Hills Visitor Center.
More than 1,200 luminaries will light more than 2 miles of hiking, snowshoeing and ice skating trails.
Date: Wednesday, Dec. 31, 5–8 p.m.
Location: Visitor Center, Lebanon Hills Regional Park
Admission: $8/person if pre-registered by Dec. 30; $10/person at the door. Ages 5 and younger are free. Registration begins September 1, 2014.
Parking: Free parking is available onsite or at Woodcrest Church (525 Cliff Road) with a free shuttle to and from the event.
Food: Hot concessions will be available to purchase from Food Trucks.
What to bring: Bring your own sled, ice skates and snowshoes. Snowshoes rental will also be available for an additional fee.