This is a sponsored post from Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate.
The holiday season will be winding down shortly. As I make my final Christmas preparations, I’m already thinking ahead to what I want to do this New Year’s Eve. Here are some ideas for celebrating New Years’ Eve in and around Reston.
Cocoa and Ice Skating
I do love watching the children skate while I sip a cup of hot cocoa. And you don’t have to leave Reston for this one; just head down to the Reston Town Center Pavilion. The rink is open New Year’s Eve until 8 p.m.
First Night Celebrations
Family friendly first night celebrations are among my favorites. Falls Church has a wonderful (free) one called Watch Night featuring live entertainment, activities for the kids and great vendors.
One of my favorite things to do is enjoy holiday lights. We’re lucky in this area to have two wonderful displays to visit: the regionally renowned Bull Run Festival of Lights or the extraordinarily breathtaking Meadowlark Garden’s Winter Walk of Lights. Both are open through Jan. 4.
Whatever you decide to do on New Year’s Eve this year, have fun and be safe.
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