Midland Center for the Arts hosts in-person and virtual New Years Eve celebrations for families

MIDLAND, MI – The Midland Center for the Arts will once again host a balloon drop and New Year’s Eve celebration for all ages, which families can attend in person or virtually.

“New Years Eve is an annual tradition that many families love and enjoy each year, celebrating late at night with friends and family; but we’re excited to bring you a daytime version that your kids will love too, ”Lauren Solinski, MCFTA’s School and Public Programs Coordinator, said in a statement.

The party kicks off at 11 a.m. on Friday, December 31, New Years Eve, with themed activities leading up to the balloon drop at noon. Activities include making festive glitter slime, decorating special party hats, and creating colorful fireworks.

For the in-person event, tickets are $ 10 (public) or $ 7 (members) for children and $ 3 (public) or free (members) for adults.

Families attending the virtual event can purchase celebration kits for $ 10 (public) or $ 7 (members) so they can follow the activities at home. All materials are provided.

Celebration tickets / kits for in-person and virtual celebrations are now available at midlandcenter.org. Pick up of activity kits will be available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays December 28 and 29.

Your in-person New Years Eve celebration ticket includes entry to the two exhibits currently on display at the center: “The Kingdom: From the Society of Animal Artists” and “A Victorian Home Holiday”.

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