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Some family celebration ideas for New Year's Eve include staying home to celebrate, preparing an extra-special meal or attending a family-oriented neighborhood celebration. Since babysitters are scarce, involve small chi... More »

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The first celebration of New Year's Eve in Times Square in New York City was in 1904. The first year that a ball descended a flagpole at midnight was 1907. More »

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Some recipes recommended for a New Year's Eve celebration are Champagne Truffles, Lamb Meatball Sliders and Chili-Roasted Black Eyed Peas. The latter of these is especially popular as a Southern New Year's Eve party food... More »

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If you plan to stay at home for New Year's Eve, fun activities include playing homemade games, eating a midnight meal and having a snowball fight. If instead you want a night on the town, your New Year's Eve can include ... More »

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Celebrate New Year's Eve with your family by playing New Year's Bingo, making an end-of-the-year scavenger hunt, playing hide-and-seek with a ticking clock and guessing each others' resolutions. Make a New Year's Eve wor... More »

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One activity for New Year's Eve is a game where guests anonymously write down resolutions on paper and mix them into a basket. Resolutions are read aloud, and guests write down the name of the person they believe wrote i... More »

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There is no correct way to celebrate New Year's Eve, and the best activity for the evening largely depends on personal preference. Most people in the United States either attend a party or stay in with close friends and ... More »

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