noon year’s eve

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Noon Year's Eve East Lansing, MI

Capital Area Kids //presents// Noon Year’s Eve {at play.}

Why should grown-ups have all the fun on New Year’s Eve?  This year, kids in the Lansing Area can ring in 2013 without staying up past their bedtime!  Capital Area Kids is celebrating their OFFICIAL LAUNCH by throwing a New Year’s Eve Party for families with young children.  The party gets started at 11am, as kids make party hats and noise makers, play games, dance to music played by DJ Cody, and participate in the countdown to the “noon” year.  At 12 noon sharp, a balloon drop marks the beginning of 2013.  Kids can throw confetti, pop bubble wrap fireworks, and toast with sparkling cider.

December 31st, 2012 11am – 12:30pm

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additional sponsors include:

Risk’s Honey  |  Alexis Reuther Photography  |  Cravings Popcorn  |  Mother & Earth Baby Boutique

8 thoughts on “noon year’s eve

  1. New Years Eve 1999 I spent at the hospital with my sister welcoming her daughter into the world! She was the first baby born in Mid-Michigan in the new millenium!

  2. New Year 1999 I was a freshman at MSU, traveling with the Spartan Marching Band to support the MSU Spartans at the Citrus Bowl. We rang in the new year with a pep rally!

  3. 1999 New Years was spent with my closest high school girlfriends. Oh , those were great times. And we’re all still best friends!

  4. In 1999 I stayed up late with my father to ring in the new year. Everyone had since went to bed and we were up playing video games because we are big kids at heart.
    It wasn’t a big blow-out party, but I’ll never forget it!

  5. In 99′ I was with my friends I was 14 and I thought being With my friends would be a better idea than being with my parents.

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