Ring in the New Year close to home with these fun activities for New Years Eve.
The Newhall Refinery is hosting a New Years Eve Masquerade call (661) 388- 4477 now to reserve tickets.
JR’s Comedy Club will be hosting dinner and two shows in honor of the New Year from 9:30pm till 2015. There will be party favors, champagne toasts and a comedy show featuring Collin Moulton and Kivi Rogers.
Le Chene in Agua Dulce is hosting their 9th Annual New Years Eve Comedy Extravaganza and Dinner. There is also a separate dinner planned for those who want to celebrate but skip the comedy show.
Oaks Grille and the Tournament Players Club is teaming up to host Midnight in the Garden Masquerade. There will be a five course dinner made by an award winning chef and live entertainment by Tomi Townsend. Guests are asked to wear formal attire. Prices are $170 for non-members and $148 for members. Call 661-288-1995 x131 for more information.
Persia Hookah Lounge is serving an all you can eat dinner buffet and dancers will be performing a belly dancing show. After the show you can stay and party until 2015 with DJ Curby. Reservations are required. Call (661) 259- 4100 to reserve your table.
Wine 661 is hosting champagne tasting and live music from 3 p.m. to 2 a.m. with a special “Ball Drop” at midnight. Call (661) 288- 2980.
Six Flags Magic Mountain will host Holidays in the Park. Enjoy the park and its festive lights until January 4. (The park will close at 8 p.m. Dec. 31)
Mountasia will be hosting a Special Event for the NYE Celebration.
The event will run from 11am-7pm:
Only $25 per person includes Unlimited Lazer Tag,Miniature Golf, Go Karts, Bumper Boats & Rock Wall and Video Game credit &
Batting Cages may be added to the NYE package.
The Santa Clarita Aquatics Club will be hosting a free and family oriented event on New Years Day. The Arctic Polar Bear Swim will help participants ring in the New Year by inviting them to ride the waterslide into the unheated pool and pose for photos with the life sized Polar Bear Swim mascot. Coffee and hot chocolate will be served to swimmers after the swim. Doors open at 8:45 a.m. and the event begins at 9:00 a.m. For more information about the Arctic Chill Polar Bear Swim, contact Santa Clarita Aquatics Program Specialist Taryn Flatt at (661) 250-3163.
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