New Year's eve celebrations in Cobb County

Jennifer Bonn

As New Year’s Eve approaches, many people would love to celebrate the coming of a new year and new possibilities. Covid makes some people nervous about large gatherings with people they may not know, so let’s see what the possibilities are for celebrating the new year in Cobb County.

Probably the safest way to celebrate is in your backyard with people who you know are up to date on vaccinations. Bring a television outside to watch New Year’s celebrations, set up snacks, and watch the peach drop on television.

The Battery is offering a free event to celebrate the new year. Mark Owens will emcee. There is an early inning celebration for families and anyone who does not want to stay up late. It starts at 6 and includes music from The Lucky Band and there will be a countdown to an inflatable balloon drop at 8 p.m. The later inning starts at 9 with the 12 South Band and a midnight countdown with fireworks and confetti. Parking in the red, green, yellow, purple, silver, Delta decks, surface lots, and lot 29 is free.

The American Legion 294 lounge at 3282 Florence Rd. Powder Springs has a New Year’s celebration starting at 7 p.m. Tickets are $30/40 and that includes party favors, a champagne toast, and a midnight brunch. There is karaoke from 8-10 and a D.J. from 10-close.

Red Top Brewery is hosting Thank God It’s Over. The address is 4637 S. Main street Acworth. Tickets are $75 and that includes dinner, a performance by Erin Kirby, and a champagne toast.

The West Cobb Avenues on Dallas Highway is hosting a family event in front of Ted’s Montana Grill from 10 a.m.- 1 p.m. Guests can enjoy cider, a photo booth, face painting, and snacks. The event is free.

I hope you enjoy safe celebrations as we ring in the new year!

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I am passionate about running, parenting, education, and self-help information. I enjoy writing articles that will offer readers the information needed to help them in some way. I recently retired from teaching French and Spanish for forty years. I run every day and have done all kinds of races from 5ks to ultra-marathons. I have three children and three grandchildren. I write for several magazines in my area, I am a contributor and in charge of the Pinterest board for a parenting magazine called Screamin Mamas, and I have a second book about to be released through Loving, Healing Press called 101 Tips to Ease Your Burdens.

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