DENVER (CBS4) – From bubble warp fireworks to the real thing, here are four fun things going on for the New Year.Barry Morphew Makes First Appearance In Court, Officials Don't Believe Wife Suzanne Is Alive
No need to wait until midnight to ring in the New Year. The Children’s Museum of Denver celebrates Noon Year’s Eve. The family friendly celebration runs from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with bubble wrap fireworks and rainbow confetti. There are admission charges for Noon Year’s Eve.
If you like your fireworks in the sky, Denver will have two shows along the 16th Street Mall. Both shows will be synced to a music playlist from live DJ’s along the mall. The first show is 9:00 p.m. The second shoots off at midnight. Both are free.READ MORE: Colorado Lawmaker Rep. Richard Holtorf, Who Used Racially Charged Term 'Buckwheat,' Reprimanded
Step back in time at the White Rose Gala. Ring in the New Year with the classic elegance of the Roaring ’20s. Held at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House, everyone dresses to the nines, and there is an authentic speakeasy. Tickets start at $63.Scooped Poop In Colorado Springs Parks Could Earn You $50 This Weekend
The Resolution New Year’s Eve Party is moving to a new venue. This year’s bash will be at the McNichols Building at Civic Center Park. There will be three floors of DJ’s, dance parties, and art installations. Tickets start at $99.