Providence Children’s Museum holds ‘Noon Years Eve’ Outdoor Celebration
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) – Providence Children’s Museum has announced the return of their “Noon Years Eve” New Year Celebration this December 31 at its location on South Street.
Guests can enjoy activities like dancing, playing with instruments, and a parade. A formal ball drop is also scheduled in the children’s garden to accommodate the bedtimes of our smallest Rhode Islanders. A new feature to this celebration is special guest Rock-A-Baby Music, an interactive program with puppets Melody, Rhythm, and Harmony.
“We are thrilled to welcome back the cutest New Year’s Eve celebration in Rhode Island. What better way to send off 2021 and welcome in the new beginnings of 2022 than with PCM and Rock-a-Baby,” says PCM Executive Director, Caroline Payson. “It’s truly Rhode Island’s own Rocking New Year’s Eve.”
Tickets are available online now, but a select amount of tickets will be saved for the date of the celebration. PCM will also offer take home activity kits for parents who want to bring the party back home. Visit Providence Children’s Museum here for more information.