Ring in the Noon Year at the Science Museum of Virginia

December 29, 2012

Ring in the Noon Year with dancing and a ball drop at the Science Museum of Virginia.

(PRWEB) December 28, 2012

10!… 9!… 8!“¦ Our countdown begins as the clock nears 12 – noon that is – as we present our family friendly festivities. At the strike of noon, we´ll drop 2,013 brightly colored bouncy balls, shoot off confetti cannons and blow noisemakers to celebrate the New Year with Radio Disney!

Noon Year´s Eve Powered by Radio Disney is at the Science Museum of Virginia, Monday, December 31, 10 am-1 pm. Our Noon Year´s Eve celebration is the perfect time to make 2013 your healthiest year yet. We´re featuring kid´s activities to help our guests determine how their bodies measure up and how hard their hearts work – and of course there is plenty of dancing to favorite Disney tunes to keep everybody moving! Shortly before noon everyone gathers in the Rotunda to pick up juice for a toast, courtesy of Fruit 66, and prepare for a spectacular ball dropLook for special exhibits are from VA 529 and Richmond Family Magazine. It´s the perfect celebration for families who want to party mid-day!

Also – you won´t want to miss a special live performance by George Dennehy in Guitar: The Instrument That Rocked The World at 1 pm.

Noon Year´s Eve Powered by Radio Disney is included with exhibit admission. Tickets are $11 with $1 discounts for ages 4-12 and 60+. For more information visit http://www.smv.org or call 804.864.1400.

Science Museum of Virginia, 2500 West Broad Street, Richmond, VA

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