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Hudson Valley New Year’s Eve Activities

December 23, 2022

Whether you’re looking for daytime family activities or after-hours partying, there’s plenty going on in the Hudson Valley for New Year’s Eve.

Here’s how to roll, dance, amble, and eat your way into 2023!

December 31, 2022:

10:30 am – 12:30 pm
New Year’s @ Noon
Take the kids to the Mid-Hudson Discovery Museum in Poughkeepsie for music, refreshments, and activities. $16 per person for non-members. Get more information on the Museum website.

12:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Noon Year’s Eve Ball
Start and end your celebration in daylight and get some exercise at Hyde Park Roller Magic! Be sure to stick around for the balloon drop. All ages. $20 per person. Visit Hyde Park Roller Magic’s Facebook page for more information.

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
New Year’s Eve Luminary Walk
The nature trail at the Mud Creek Environmental Learning Center in Ghent, New York will be illuminated for this self-led amble. A craft for kids, hot chocolate, and cookies will be on offer as well. Free. For more information, check out the Mud Creek ELC’s website.

8:00 pm
Party at the Bearsville Theater
Featuring DJs J-Break, Lady Verse, and Majic Juan, a pop-up photo booth, tarot readings, plus special guests and live drumming by Diata Diata, this extravaganza offers advance tickets for $35 and VIP tickets starting at $200 for various amenities such as private seating and a cocktail server. The theater is in Bearsville, just outside Woodstock, NY. Get tickets online at the Bearsville ticketing website.

10:00 pm
I Wanna Dance With Somebody: A DJ Dance Party Across the Decades
Head to Daryl’s House in Pawling, NY to shake your booty to dance hits from the 70s, 80s, and beyond. All ages. $54.47 per person. For more info, visit the event ticketing website.

If you’re a foodie and just want to welcome the new year with some fine dining, check out check out Hudson Valley Magazine’s listing of New Year’s Eve dining options.

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