Hundreds Celebrate Noon Years Eve at ScienceWorks

ASHLAND, Ore.- Instead of campaign toasts it's all about the apple cider. for ScienceWorks' 5th annual noon year's eve party.

Posted: Dec. 31, 2017 5:55 PM

ASHLAND, Ore.- More than 400 kids and their parents have already celebrated the New Year. Scienceworks in Ashland held a 1,000 balloon drop at noon.

Instead of campaign toasts it's all about the apple cider. This is ScienceWorks' 5th annual noon year's eve party.

It's impossible not to stay entertained here, from magnetic turn tables, to pulley systems, to launching tennis balls 15 feet into the air.

Plus it's perfect for parents who don't want to stay up until midnight.

ScienceWorks says it's a great way to bring in the new year with some creativity and imagination.

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