Refunds will be issued to people who have already purchased tickets.
UPDATED, 4:15 P.M. MONDAY: Due to the cancellation of the Arcada Theatre’s New Year’s Eve Party, we have ended this giveaway. We will award an alternate prize—a $100 gift card to ZaZa's Steakhouse in St. Charles—to one winner selected in a random drawing of all entries received prior to the giveaway’s termination. Enter through the form above. For more details about the cancelation of the party, visit oshows.com. ORIGINAL POST: Still looking for a way to ring in the new year? Look no further, because St. Charles Patch wants to give two people free tickets to the Arcada Theatre's New Year's Eve party! All you have to do is sign up for St. Charles Patch's free daily newsletter. According to the Arcada, the Rockin' the New Year party will …
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Wednesday, December 28, 2011
During our younger years, we made late dinner reservations and stayed out until the wee hours of the morning. As we got older, we started spending the evening in, with an intimate dinner, a good movie, a bottle of champagne and a "Happy New Year!" at the stroke of midnight. When the kids were babies, we'd hope the noise outside didn't wake them. And when they got a little older, we'd let them stay up until 9 or 10 o'clock for our own family "Happy New Year" yelling and confetti, funny hats and cranking noise-makers. Now, we're just happy if we can stay awake until midnight. What kind of mom are you? Take our Patch poll and share your favorite New Year's Eve memories in the comments field.