Baraboo kids invited to early New Year’s celebration

December 7, 2016 by  

The Baraboo Public Library has planned an event that will let kids enjoy all the fun of ringing in the New Year without having to stay up late to do it.

This will be the facility’s first ever Kids’ Noon Year’s Eve, and it will offer children from ages 11 and under a chance to play games and make themed crafts, all while having fun with their friends and maybe even making some new ones.

When the clock strikes 12:00 noon, there will be a balloon drop complete with confetti, favors, and other activities. This is all being offered free of charge, and parents can browse in the library while the kids greet 2017 in style. A printer can be called upon to provide banners for a special holiday event such as this.

The Countdown to Noon Year’s Eve will be held on December 31 from 11:00 am until 12:00 pm in the library, which can be found at 230 Fourth Avenue in Baraboo. There is no fee to participate, and parents and caregivers do not have to register their child ahead of time. They just need to come out to get in on the fun.

Anyone who would like of find out more about this or any of the other events that the library will be hosting is invited to visit its website for further details.

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