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Saturday, December 28, 2013

New Year's Eve, Family Style

Posted By on Sat, Dec 28, 2013 at 9:00 AM

No wild plans for ringing in the new year? Have no fear. First Night events in Burlington and St. Johnsbury provide hours of fun for the whole family. These celebrations — featuring everything from dancing dragons and clever clowning in the Queen City to sky lanterns and belly dancers in St. J — are sure to toot the noisemakers of young and old alike. And for the grown-ups, there’s an added perk: no nasty champagne hangover the morning after. 
click to enlarge COURTESY OF FIRST NIGHT BURLINGTON
  • Courtesy of First Night Burlington

FIRST NIGHT BURLINGTON: Monday, December 31, noon to midnight, in downtown Burlington. All ages. $5-30 First Night Button; free for kids 2 and under; additional $4 tickets required at select venues. Info, 863-6005, firstnightburlington.com.

A2VT: This African hip-hop trio, who gained attention for their video “Winooski, My Town” celebrate diversity through song, dance and rap. Contois Auditorium, City Hall, 7-7:40 p.m.

Burlington Taiko: Kids and parents tap their toes in time to thundering Japanese-style percussion. Flynn Center MainStage, 7:30-8:30 p.m. $4 ticket required.

Cartoon Fest: Families sit back and relax with popcorn and classic Looney Tunes. Merrill’s Roxy Cinemas, noon-11:45 p.m.

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