Bring your whole family to ring in the New Year at the 11th annual New Year’s Eve Party at Lebanon Hills Regional Park.
Enjoy candlelight hiking, snowshoeing, ice skating, sledding a lit hill, bonfires, live animals, a DJ dance party, storytelling, magic, a ball drop and more on Saturday, Dec. 31 from 5–8 p.m. at the Lebanon Hills Visitor Center.
More than 1,200 luminaries will light more than 2 miles of hiking and snowshoeing trails.
Date: Saturday, Dec. 31, 5–8 p.m.
Location: Visitor Center, Lebanon Hills Regional Park
Admission: $10/person. Tickets at the door only. Ages 5 and younger are free. Cash payment is preferred, checks and credit cards (Visa, Mastercard and Discover) will be accepted.
Plan ahead to fast-track the admissions line: Bring cash for ticket payment and a signed New Year's Eve Party Waiver for each person attending.
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 Bacon-Me-Crazy and Kabomelette.
What to bring: Bring your own sled, ice skates and snowshoes. Snowshoes rental will also be available for an additional fee. The last rental goes out at 7 p.m. Dogs, except for assistance and guide dogs, are not permitted at the event.
Volunteers needed: There is a need for volunteer candle lighters and other event volunteers. All volunteers receive free event admission and a hot thank-you dinner. Volunteer now.