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ST. LOUIS – The City Museum is saying goodbye to 2022 and hello to 2023 with a New Year’s party for the whole family.

The party is from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday

“We’ll have a DJ, we’ll have lots of games, like life-sized Jenga and cornhole. We have a marshmallow catapult game that should be a lot of fun for families,” said Ashley Turigliatto with the City Museum.

Kids will get to sing karaoke and pop balloons from the balloon drop at 8:30 p.m. for City Museum prizes. 

“We just feel like since the pandemic, there hasn’t been a lot. There hasn’t been a lot for New Year’s Eve for families,” said Turigliatto. “So we really just wanted to open up the space, I mean, what better way to really bring in the new year? Let the kids run around, get all the energy out and then you get to be home by 9 p.m.”

Guests can also watch the Circus Harmony stilt walkers and enjoy a dance party. The event is complete with a non-alcoholic toast to the new year.

“And we also have a special guest, her name is Zafrina, and she will be doing bottle walking and some other more daring activities,” said Turigliatto.

The holiday activities are free with general admission or a City Museum membership. And the Misfit Holiday Bar & Beatnik Bob’s is open for adults to have fun.

You can enjoy jazz tunes during the day and Karaoke sessions at night.