Save the Date for the
9th Annual Ring in the New Year at Noon at New Roc City
Westchester’s Only Daytime New Year’s Eve Event for Kids
to Benefit the New Rochelle Public Library Foundation
There’s no need for kids to stay up until midnight as New Roc City rings in the New Year early with a Times Square-inspired morning celebration and countdown to noon complete with a thrilling release of 3,000-plus festive, brightly-colored balloons. Revelers will gather in the atrium of New Roc City for the ninth annual Ring in the New Year at Noon! on Monday, December 31 from 10:30a.m. – 12:30p.m.
Pre-registration for this Ring in the New Year at Noon at New Roc City event is required. Families can register online and download their entry pass at https://2018rinyatnoon.eventbrite.com
The event provides a fun-filled destination for families with children ages 2-10 to experience the excitement of ringing in the New Year complete with a drawstring backpack, face painting, balloon twisting, magic, singing princess, arts and crafts, kiddy rides, clowns, wheel of chance, games, snacks, culminating with an exciting countdown as the clock strikes noon.
This year, the event will support the New Rochelle Public Library through a $10 donation per family of four. Chartered in 1894, the Library is a community resource that seeks to improve the life of every citizen in the city. It is dedicated to encouraging learning in all stages of life, to protecting intellectual freedom, and to providing fair and equal access to information and offers a wide range of community services and programs tailored to a diverse audience and the 79,000 residents of New Rochelle.
Ring in the New Year at Noon at New Roc City is held in association with the New Rochelle BID Family Day event series plus participating tenants and community partners including Applebee’s, Barnes & Noble, Buffalo Wild Wings, Cognitive & Behavioral Consultants, Creative Face Painting, Digital Arts Experience, FunFuzion, Macaroni Kid Bronxville-New Rochelle, Modell’s, Monroe College, New Rochelle Library Foundation, New Rochelle Parks and Recreation, New Rochelle Fire Department, The New York Rangers, OneDent of Westchester, Planet Fitness, Regal Cinemas, Residence Inn Marriott, Sky Zone, Super Soccer Stars, Summit Security, Texas Roadhouse, Westchester Children’s Museum, Westchester Family, and Westchester Parent.
A Self-Guided Mobile Tour through 325 Years of Americana
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Evidence of nearly every stage of New Rochelle’s remarkable 325+ year heritage and American history can be experienced in the city’s downtown business district. The area that seems to physically radiate from the train station was actually settled nearly two centuries before the first train roared into town in 1848, making this downtown one of the country’s earliest. CLICK HERE to read more!