New Year’s Eve Happenings
-Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park offers Toast at the Top beginning at 8 p.m. with a gourmet buffet at Exclamation Point restaurant. Live music by the Dags. Champagne toast at midnight and revelers will take home noise makers and a commemorative champagne flute. $55 per person for season ticket holders and $65 for those without passes.
-The Hot Springs Pool presents its traditional non-alcoholic party with noisemakers and party hats. Chance to win an annual pool pass worth $230. Both the pool and the athletic club will be open until 1 a.m. Information, 947-2955.
-New Year’s Eve Bash at Burning Mountain Bowl, 880 Castle Valley Blvd., New Castle, beginning at 9 p.m. Live music by Black Timber. For information call 984-2739.
-Phat Thai restaurant, 343 Main St., Carbondale and the Stomparillaz will host a New Year’s Eve party beginning at 10 p.m. The theme is “Black Thai Phat Thai face painting.” $5 at the door. The Stomparillaz will also organize a pre-party body painting application.
-The Redstone Inn in Redstone hosts New Year’s Eve dinner and a ’70s dance party with the Strolling Scones. $55 per person. There’s limited seating so reservations are recommended, 963-2526.
-Rivers in Glenwood Springs offers a six-course gourmet dinner with live music from BE@1. Information, 928-8813.
-The Elk Creek Mining Co. in New Castle offers filet mignon with live lobster. Information, 984-0828.
-Fin’s in Glenwood Springs New Year’s Eve Extravaganza, with music by Rich Ganson. Information, 945-4771.
-The Columbine Restaurant at Rifle Creek Golf Course will host a New Year’s Eve party with a buffet feast and entertainment from the Song Birds Karaoke Performers. Information, 625-9201.
-Mojitos in Glenwood Springs, New Year’s Eve Miami-style celebration, with music by Tony. Information, 384-0044.
-Buffalo Valley Inn features music by Cowboy Attitude starting at 9 p.m. Information, 945-5297.
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