This post is sponsored by Panga Bar and Grill on Upper Nemahbin Lake.
15 Family Friendly New Year’s Eve Celebrations
Do you have New Year’s Eve family traditions? Do you stay in for celebrations? Or are you looking to get out of the house, party down and ring in 2018? Since we have had our children, we have spent every New Year’s Eve with them. (Finding a babysitter on New Year’s Eve can be a tad difficult.) Luckily, there are plenty of options in the greater Waukesha County area to have a great time with the whole family! Check out our 2018 Family Friendly New Year’s Eve Celebrations Guide to plan your end of the year fun!
Plus, we have some fun for your New Year’s Day as well!
PS> There are actually 16 events listed, but one is on December 28 for those that want to celebrate early.
Please thank our New Year’s Eve Guide sponsor:
* Panga opens at 10:00 am and the big plunge is at 2:00 pm sharp
* Registration Noon
* Free Shuttle 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
* Warming Hut
* Heated Beer/Food Tent
All proceeds to benefit the Alzheimers Association.
Family Friendly FestivitiesThere are no upcoming events at this time.
Check out these additional family friendly Festivities:
Come watch the movie Mary Poppins Returns at 10:30 am on Saturday, December 29th for a sensory sensitive showing.
Open skating from 10:00 am through 1:00 am. A festive way to spend the last day of 2018.
Open paint times are available during the day, with a couples paint event at night on December 31.
The game is in Milwaukee at 3:05 pm.
If Ice Castles is open, this will make a memorable New Year’s Eve!
Skyzone in Waukesha is having a New Year’s Eve Glow Party!
New Year’s Day Festivities
All the fun doesn’t have to end when the ball(oons) drops – check out these fun events on New Years Day!
- First Hike through the State Parks. Here are some tips to stay warm when hiking in winter.
- Cool Fool Kite Festival.
- Do the Polar Plunge at Panga Bar and Grill
- Do the Polar Plunge at Foolery’s in Okauchee
- Visit the Milwaukee County Zoo for FREE
- Catch a $5 movie at Marcus Theatres!
- The Milwaukee Art Museum is offering free art activities