Providence, RI – Providence Children’s Museum (PCM) is pleased to announce the return of Rhode Island’s cutest New Year’s Eve Celebration “Noon Year’s Eve” on Friday, December 31, 2021, at its South Street location. Ring in the new year with special guest Rock-a-baby Music! Families can join one of two sessions, from 11:00am to 12:00 p.m., or 1:45 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. during which guests will enjoy festivities such as dancing, playing with musical instruments, and a New Year’s Eve parade. A formal Ball Drop will take place at noon sharp to accommodate early bedtimes of the youngest revelers.
Rock-a-Baby is a welcome addition to this year’s program. An interactive music program for infants and toddlers, Rock-a-Baby is for all ages to enjoy, while meeting stars of our show – puppets Rhythm, Melody and Harmony. Guests will explore simple musical concepts through live and recorded sound and experience everything from Beethoven and Bach to rap and rock!
“We are thrilled to welcome back the cutest New Year’s Eve celebration in Rhode Island. What better way to send off 2021 and welcome in the new beginnings of 2022 than with PCM and Rock-a-Baby,” says PCM Executive Director, Caroline Payson. “It’s truly Rhode Island’s own Rocking New Year’s Eve.”
Advanced ticketing is available now, while a limited number of walkup tickets will be available on the day of the event. In addition, PCM will offer take home activity kits for families interested in bringing the party home. Visit PCM’s website at www.providencechildrensmuseum.org. for more information. or to purchase.
The Providence Children’s Museum serves children and adults of all backgrounds and from all communities. Its focus is on children, ages 1 to 11, and the adults who care for them by presenting hands-on, play-based exhibits and programs that explore arts, culture and science, technology, engineering, and math.