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Village Brewing Company’s New Year’s Eve Celebration

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  Ring in the New Year with us at Village Brewing Company! Grab your friends or that special someone and celebrate the coming of the New Year while you dance the night away with special sounds brought to you buy PAE Event Group's live DJ. Party favors are included of course!! You'll enjoy our amazing multi-course midnight buffet that will lead up to a complimentary champagne toast to welcome 2023 at 12AM!! All throughout the night we will feature our special New Year's Eve cocktails list!! Don't worry...your favorite cocktail or shot is always available at the bar. Don't forget to dress to impress as PRIZES for the most decked out guests in their New Year's Eve attire will win prizes that evening at midnight!! Semi Formal Attire is required and recommended. You must be 21 years or older to attend this event. No returns for advance tickets without proper ID at the door. No ID's will be accepted via a phone. All Id's must be physically present and ready to be inspected. No outside alcohol or food is allowed. Parking is available in the rear of the building on a first come first serve basis. Please remember to drink

Old Dutch New Year First Day Hike

NJ

Get outdoors in the afternoon on New Year's Day on this walk along historic Somerville’s Peters Brook Greenway and Main Street with brief stops for historical storytelling. We place Washington’s Headquarters Flags at two stone markers recalling George Washington’s passage through the area in early January 1777 and return for a brief festive open house at Old Dutch Parsonage as the sun sets on the first day of the new year. Dress for the weather, wear sturdy footwear and bring water. N.J. State Park Service offers First Day Hikes across New Jersey’s State Parks, Forests & Historic Sites as part of a national initiative of America’s State Parks.

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Texier House – Open House – Watchung History Comes Alive!

NJ

A museum of Watchung history, facts and artifacts. Investigate the 5 rooms independently or ask our guides for wonderful tales of the past tales from Watchungs (nearly) 100 year history! The Texier House Museum is open the 1st & 3rd Sunday of each month from 2pm to 4pm Located in the center of the Watchung circle with plenty of convenient parking. Admission is FREE. Donations are always greatly appreciated! Exhibit Highlights: * World War I & II items- Operate a preserved hand cranked siren that was meant to warn the residents of Watchung if any Nazi boats had stormed New Jersey shores. * A display on Adella (Tibby) Wotherspoon, the youngest survivor of the General Slocum Disaster of 1904 where 1,021 of the 1,331 passengers died in NY City’s East River. * A copy of the original hand-written diary of Captain William Parlin, who led the first black battalion of soldiers during the Civil War. * Sports Memorabilia from New York Giants legend Bobby Thomson * Artifacts and photos from the Legend of Watchung Pageant * Restored Stained Glass Skylight, artifacts and photos of the Moldenke Castle and much much more!

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