MANCHESTER, NH – Northern New England’s largest family-friendly New Year’s Eve event will happen Wednesday, December 31 from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Currier Museum of Art.
It’s Noon Year’s Eve, featuring amazing juggling performances, kid-friendly food, live music, a scavenger hunt, art activities and a chance to see our blockbuster exhibition, M.C. Escher: Reality and Illusion before it closes on January 5! For the big finish, we will cover the Currier’s Winter Garden Café floor with bubble wrap “fireworks” and hundreds of balloons will drop from the ceiling!
Last year, more than 600 people rang in the New Year at Noon Year’s Eve. Tickets are on sale now, and significantly discounted advance purchase tickets are available at currier.org. Want to save even more? Become a Currier Member!
Adult and Senior $9 in advance $12 at the door
Youth/Child $9 in advance $12 at the door
Adult and Senior $19 in advance $22 at the door
Youth/Child $10 in advance $13 at the door
Complete details available at the Currier Museum web site.
Key support for Noon Year’s Eve at the Currier comes from Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, New Hampshire Public Television, Manchester Radio Group and Finch & Maloney.
The Currier Museum of Art, located at 150 Ash Street, Manchester, N.H., is open every day except Tuesday. It is home to an internationally respected collection of European and American paintings, decorative arts, photographs and sculpture, including works by Picasso, Matisse, Monet and O’Keeffe. Visitors of all ages will enjoy the engaging exhibitions, the dynamic programs ranging from art-making and lectures to music, a Museum Shop, and an airy, light-filled café. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the Museum. The Currier welcomes visitors with disabilities and special needs. We are wheelchair accessible and offer FM headsets for sound amplification at many public programs. For more information, visit www.currier.org or call 603.669.6144, x108.
The Currier Art Center, celebrating its 75th year of operations, offers studio classes, art camps, Master classes and intensive workshops for all ages. The Museum also owns the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Zimmerman House, complete with the original furnishings and the owners’ fine art collection.