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New Year’s Eve Events

The Atlanta area offers a New Year’s Eve celebration for every taste and every budget. Here are some of the big ones.

Chick-fil-A Bowl Parade and FanFest 
Watch the parade, complete with bands, cheerleaders, mascots and more start at 12:30pm at  the intersection of Peachtree & Baker Street and proceed south on Peachtree and west on Andrew Young International Boulevard.  the parade ends at the Georgia World Congress Center (285 Andrew Young International Boulevard) with FanFest featuring games, rock climbing and inflatables from 2-6pm. Parade: free. FanFest: $15. 404-586-1923 | www.chick-fil-abowl.com

Guadalcanal Diary NYE Show
Gem City Hall of Fame and Guadalcanal Diary are “Bringing It On Home to The Strand” with special guests Flamingo Royale and the Dex Romwebber Duo. 7pm. $30/concert only. $20/after-midnight party only. $45/show & after party. Earl Smith Strand Theatre, 117 North Park Square, Marietta. 770-293-0080 | earlsmithstrand.org

Radio Disney Noon Year’s Eve
A dance party just for kids with games, prizes and a balloon drop at noon. Radio Disney will DJ the event. 10:30am-12:30pm.  Free. Smyrna Community Center, 200 Village Green Circle, Smyrna. 770-431-2842 | www.smyrnacity.com

Peach Drop
Festivities start at 11am with children’s activities, games, food, and live entertainment leading up to the midnight dropping of the 800-pound peach which lands among a shower of confetti. Party lasts till 4am. Free. Underground Atlanta, 50 Upper Alabama Street SW, Atlanta. 404-523-2311 | www.peachdrop.com |www.underground-atlanta.com

Polar Bear Swim
Hosted by the Lanier Canoe and Kayak Club at Lake Lanier Olympic Venue. Finish the year with a chilly dip in the lake. 2pm. Ages 4 and up. $25/single jumper. $50/family, up to 4 people. 3105 Clarks Bridge Road, Gainesville. 770-287-7888 | www.lckc.org.

For more  New Year’s events and local restaurant specials and church festivities, visit www.eastcobber.com or check out the EAST COBBER  Facebook page for last minute listings, Facebook.com/EASTCOBBER.

(Reprinted from the December issue of EAST COBBER.)

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