Pick of the Day (Tomorrow Edition): Noon Year’s Eve

Whether you’re looking to celebrate the new year with the kids then head out on your own for some adult-orientated shenanigans, or you’re fully domesticated now and have zero interest in “adult-orientated shenanigans”, this promises to be fun.

That’s how I blurbed this event, which goes Monday at the Saskatchewan Science Centre, in the 14 Days section of our Dec. 27 issue. In addition to all the special holiday activities that will be happening like snow-shoeing and a grad finale at 4:45 p.m., you can also take in the Centre’s usual array of attractions, including the touring exhibit Imaginate which closes on Jan. 6. Noon Year’s Eve runs from noon until 5 p.m., and tickets are $12 with Science Centre members paying $8 and children two and under free.

To close, here’s something to get the kids revved up to party mode:

Author: Gregory Beatty

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