Gayle Anderson looked these Southern California events:
Saturday @ 5pm
Great Park Family New Years Eve Celebration
Orange County Great Park
Sand Canyon & Marine Way
There are many New Years Eve parties around this weekend many unsuitable for children. So, how about this? The first ever Great Park Family New Years Eve celebration. Enjoy the final hours of 2011 with an evening filled with live music and dance, food and fun for all ages in a safe, alcohol-free environment on Saturday, December 31 from 5:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
A Great Park Family New Years Eve will count down to 2012 on -- East Coast time -- culminating at 9:00 p.m. with the Great Park Balloon descending simultaneously with the Times Square ball drop in New York. Admission is free. Parking is $10.
Saturday @ 10 am
Welcome to Malibu Creek!
Malibu Creek State Park
1925 Las Virgenes Road
Walk out of the old year and into the new! Welcome to Malibu Creek! On this walk by the creek, learn about animals, plants, early inhabitants, movies and television shows filmed in the park. Really! The t.v. show MASH was filmed here as well as Swiss Family Robinson and the movies starring Olympic Gold Medal Swimmer Johnny Weissmueller as Edgar Rice Burroughs fictional heroic jungle adventurer -- Tarzan.
123rd Rose Parade presented by Honda
Monday, January 2nd
KTLA, Channel 5, is your Rose Parade station. Not only will we broadcast the parade live at 8am January 2nd, we also have Backstage at the Parade and Parade Countdown coverage beginning at 6am
Backstage at the Parade
Monday, January 2
Frank Buckley, Jessica Holmes, Megan Henderson, Henry DiCarlo, Chris Schauble
with Frank Buckley, Jessica Holmes, Megan Henderson, Henry DiCarlo and Chris Schauble.
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Gayle on the Go! Events for New Year's Eve
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