Mari's Moments

December 30, 2009 1:38 PM

Family Fun on New Year's Eve

The kids our out of school and your babysitter already has party plans. What’s a parent to do? Here are some options for New Year’s Eve fun for the whole family: BALLOON DROP AT ADVENTURE LANDING: The family-style New Year's Eve celebration offers children ages 12 and younger "all-you-can-play" miniature golf, laser tag and go-karts.

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