|Kids huddle around a magical campfire to "roast" marshmallows at last year's Jammin' New Year's Eve bash.|
Your present situation doesn't lend itself to a couple's night on the town (good luck finding a babysitter!). And staying up until the stroke of midnight with a baby and/or toddler is simply not going to happen.
Not to worry. Parent Talk has got you covered with a terrific option that lets your whole family celebrate the new year together -- Jammin' New Years 2016!!
On the last day of 2015, head over to the Wellesley Jammin' With You Performance Center for music with Josh and the Jamtones, Jimmy Jamz, puppet shows, karaoke, crafts, and even a balloon drop!
Where else on New Year's Eve can your child draw on the wall, do crafts, hang with friends and family, listen to good kid music, dance, and eat yummy food (pizza and drinks are available for purchase) all in one place, and possibly all at once? At Jammin' New Years 2016, that's where!
The cost of such fun is only $30 per family. There are even two options to make it easier to attend -- one party beginning at 10:30 a.m. and another party beginning at 1:30 p.m. Lastly, parents who register and volunteer will earn a free slice of pizza and a drink for their kids who attend! Volunteers can sign up at http://www.signupgenius.
|These kids are happy doing crafts, but if they tire of that, they can simply turn around and draw on the wall!|
My family is already signed up. Still need to register? Just click here . . . and see you there!
About the Author
Darlene W. Cancell is an attorney turned stay-at-home mom, and most recently, the blog coordinator for Parent Talk.