Countdown to a Thrilling Balloon Release at Noon. The Best Place in Westchester for Kids to Celebrate the New Year!
For the 6th year in a row, New Roc City will offer their festive ‘Ring in the New Year at Noon’ event for kids ages 2 – 10 in the atrium from 10:30 am – 12:30 pm. Parents and kids will enjoy an exciting Times Square simulated atmosphere in a safe and fun environment. Check out the video: HERE. To get your Family pass click here.
While the highlight of the event is always the thrilling count down to a 3,000+ balloon drop at noon, this year’s program will also feature a Meet & Greet with New York Ranger alum Brian Mullen, along with face painting, arts and crafts, kiddy rides, clowns, wheel of chance, games, snacks, goody bag, raffle prizes and much more!
This year’s event will support the Westchester Children’s Museum through a $5 donation per family of 4 when registering for the New Roc City Event. The Children’s Museum is an interactive learning space providing children, families and school groups the opportunity to nurture curiosity and ignite imagination through creative hands-on exploration.
“Ring in the New Year at Noon” is geared toward children ages 2–10. Families are invited to spend the rest of the afternoon Downtown and at New Roc’s complex to complete their fun-filled New Year’s celebration. Please enter your email and download your Family Pass to the best family New Year celebration around and to pick up a free goodie bag!
This very special BID Family Day extravaganza is made possible by participating New Roc City tenants and community partners including:
- New Rochelle BID
- NY Rangers
- FunFuzion Games and Rides
- Monroe College
- Modell’s Sporting Goods
- Buffalo Wild Wings
- Planet Fitness
- Premier Martial Arts
- Regal IMAX Theater
- LAZ Parking
- Marriott Residence Inn
- New Rochelle Parks and Recreation
- New Rochelle Fire Department
- New Rochelle YMCA
- New Rochelle Lightning Hockey
- Texas Roadhouse
- New Rochelle Farmer's Market
- Super Soccer Stars
- Digital Arts Experience
- Westchester Children's Museum