New Year’s Eve Special

New Year and especially New Year’s Eve is the date that marks the ending of the old and the beginning of the new year.

The last day of the year, so New Year’s Eve, is often celebrated with socializing, celebrations, dancing, eating, drinking and watching fireworks. Generally, most of these activities last way past midnight. In Canada, the festivities vary regionally but in general, there are special TV events, parades, sporting events and sometimes public service specials for the day or the late celebration hours. One famous show on New Year’s Eve is ‘Year of the Farce’, featuring sketches about major events and news of the year.

If you are still looking for ideas what to do and where to go, check out this website and you might be lucky…

Other than that the only thing left to say is: Happy new year and start off well into 2014!!!

 

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Vancouver, Canada -V6B 9N9-
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