Expanded is the community artwork activities at which children can create tissue paper decoupage and handprint artwork with Mikayla's Voice both days. Saturday includes a new one-mile, family-friendly loop. Saturday•Where: Steelstacks, 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem•How much: Admission is free; Family Disco Lounge tickets are for ages 17 and under; free, adults accompanied by a child. New Year's Eve Parties on Ice: Food, drinks, live music, entertainment, ice skating (optional), and Sugar House Casino fireworks show synchronized to a musical soundtrack.
This year's program now provides opportunities for individuals who are blind or visually impaired. Children's entertainers include folk musician Dave Fry Friday and husband-wife duo Two of a Kind Saturday and magician Ari Felber both days on Creativity Commons stage. Peeps Fest 5K registration is .•Info: THREE GENERATIONS OF HOMEGROWN GODFREYSFor an intimate, laid back night of music, consider "New Year's Eve: 3 Generations of Godfrey's" at Godfrey Daniels folk club in south Bethlehem. Then Fry, Hall and Kehr will follow with a set of blues, orginals and acoustic rock as a trio.
Returning is the Peeps diorama competition, Peeps s'mores making, live animal presentations by Wildlands Conservancy and Dutch Springs "scuba in a tub," where kids can try out scuba diving. A Family Disco Lounge in the Musikfest Café has an additional fee and includes DJ music, bounce house and balloon art, as well as performances by Ratboy Jr. The bill features Dave Fry, a Godfrey's founder, and singer-songwriters Dina Hall and Sam Steffen, with Kris Kehr of Pavlov's Dawgs sitting in. Fry will start the night with a kids' set at 7 p.m., with Hall and Kehr sitting in. They'll finish up with Dylan's "Hard Rain's Gonna Fall," with all four taking a verse each.
Friday and Steve Pullara and his Cool Beans Band Saturday. Fry is a longtime Lehigh Valley-based folk singer-songwriter musician who specializes in both children's and adult music. Halo Nightclub: DJ Menace and DJ Alamo, party favors and champagne toast.
The Peep, which is made to look exactly like its small marshmallow candy counterpart, is also bigger, measuring 4-feet, 9-inches tall and weighing 200 pounds. Split Rock Resort Hollywood Bash: Family-friendly, Hollywood-theme party featuring music by Hoopla, appetizers, photo booth, balloon drop and the ball drop on a big screen.
The public will first get to see the new Peep at 4 p.m. The Raven: Entertainment by Russell Eiffert in The Oak Room Piano Bar (9 p.m.-1 a.m.), dance party hosted by DJ David Petrilla (10 p.m.-2 a.m.), party favors, champagne toast and balloon drop at midnight, continental breakfast (1 a.m.).
That glittering ball in Times Square may be the best-known object dropping on New Year's Eve, but it's by no means the weirdest.
There's stiff competition in that category: Everything from a fish to a shoe to a giant candy Peep will descend on Saturday to welcome in 2017. That glittering ball in Times Square may be the best-known object dropping on New Year's Eve, but it's by no means the weirdest.
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He spices his songs with wry and spontaneous commentary on American family life.