New Year's Plans
What's everyone doing New Year's Eve?
Because I have two toddlers, I suspect I'm going to stay in. But I am thinking about hosting a New Year's Eve party during the day for friends and their children. Not sure how I would set it up and what food I'd serve, but I figure I'm not the only parent staying in that night. And I'd still get to socialize. I'd love your tips on how to throw a good party for both parents and kids.
While we're talking about New Year's, let me pass on a question I received:
Your "Holiday Treats" in today's Washington Post is an excellent holiday planner. Are you planning to have another such guide to include New Year's celebrations at hotels? If so, when will it appear in the Post?
"Holiday Treats" ran in today's Weekend section and I encourage everyone to check it out for listings of concerts, house tours, festivals and Santa sightings throughout the holiday season. Staffers in Weekend tell me the exact guide you are seeking will run in the Dec. 15 edition. Please watch for it.
In addition, Julia Beizer, a producer at washingtonpost.com, offered this advice:
If this reader wants to get a jump on New Year's Eve planning, they can check out our always-growing list of New Year's Eve events. You can find information about four of the big hotel parties here.
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