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December 10, 2007

Family-oriented New Year's Eve

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Don't have a babysitter for New Year's Eve? Pondering how to celebrate as a family, with little ones in tow?

The Family Room, which opened earlier this year in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, is planning an all-ages "Ring in the New Year" party on Monday, December 31 from 3 to 7 p.m. A "countdown" with sparkling cider takes place at 6:00, with plenty of food and noisemakers on hand. Tix for non-members are $10 per adult and $5 for children over one year of age. Discounts apply for Family Room members. RSVPs are requested by December 29. For more info, visit their website.

Another great NYE option, especially if your children are preschool-age or older and you live in NoVa: Check out Old Town Alexandria's family-oriented, alcohol-free First Night celebration, with events taking place at multiple venues throughout the evening of December 31.

Posted by Sarah at 3:05 PM.