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Party Dresses New Year's Eve 2010

Party Dresses New Year's Eve 2010 - The following is a listing of things to do on New Year's Eve. Additional things to do this week are listed on the calendar at

Mummerfest 2010, features a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Philadelphia’s famous New Year’s Day parade; watch the final preparations and rehearsals for the Fancy Brigade Finale; learn about Mummers history and preview themes for this year’s performances on a guided tour with a veteran brigade captain; talk to a Mummer’s designer; dress like a Mummer; and enjoy make-n-take activities; noon to 7 p.m. Dec. 31, tickets $4 for ages 4 and older. (800) 298-4200. Pennsylvania Convention Center, 12th and Arch streets, Philadelphia.

Party Dresses New Year's Eve 2010

Countdown to Noon, features a countdown party with “Noon Year” activities for children including music, party activities, and countdowns at noon and 1 p.m.; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 31, admission $15 for ages 1 and older. (215) 581-3181. Please Touch Museum in Memorial Hall, Fairmount Park, 4231 Avenue of the Republic, Philadelphia.

First Night: New Year’s Eve Celebration, features a non-alcoholic celebration with more than 70 entertainment programs for all ages including: Back Beat, a Beatles Tribute band; Trout Fishing in America; Ocean City Pops Orchestra; Fabulous Grease Band, Hegeman String Band; Bob Ferris Big Band Orchestra; Give and Take Jugglers; Jungle John Reptile Show; story teller Jim Albertson; Allo magic, comedy and puppet show; Magic of Chad Juros; Ocean City Theatre Company: “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown;” Japanese drummers; Country Joe and the Honky Tonk Heroes; and more; plus fireworks at midnight, weather permitting, 4 p.m. Dec. 31, admission $14. (609) 525-9300.

Party Dresses New Year's Eve 2010


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