Well, this is it, folks. The Grand Finale of Paso Robles’ 125th anniversary year happens on New Year’s Eve. The very last day (or rather, night) of 2014 will be spent the way Paso loves best – throwing a party, enjoying each other’s company and perhaps pushing the envelope just a teensy bit with a fun event.
We kicked off the year with fireworks on New Year’s Eve 2013; followed that up with a huge birthday party in March; threw a huge, traditional 4th of July celebration; brought a little extra old-fashioned flavor to Pioneer Day and now we are about to bid adieu to our Quasquicentennial year in a most interesting fashion.
But it’s kind of a secret. So you’ll have to show up to see how we launch 125 years of Paso Robles traditions into the future at the stroke of midnight.
Here’s what we can share with you:
2014 New Year’s Eve Finale
“Glow in the Park”
8PM to Midnight
Downtown City Park
Join us for a family-friendly event and a park full of free activities, all glow in the dark, followed by fun surprises, to celebrate the end of our Quasquicentennial year!
Glow-in-the-Dark Activities include:
- Bocce Ball
- Hula Hoop
- Bubble Tunnel
- Four Square
- Paddle Ball
- Corn Hole
- Football Toss
- Giant Rolling Balls
Other Fun Additions:
- Food Trucks
- Glow in the Dark Face Painting
- Live DJ
- Party Tent
- And a choreographed LIGHT SHOW! (Okay, the secret is out. But that’s all we’re saying about it.)
See you on New Year’s Eve in downtown Paso Robles!