New Year’s Eve 2013 Celebration in New Hampshire
The state of New Hampshire, made popular by being the first state to hold elections every 4 years where voters directly select the candidates who will run for the U. S. presidency, is located in the extreme north east of the country. The physical features of New Hampshire have a great influence on the economic and recreational activities in the state. For example, the main pastime activities like skiing, hiking, snowmobiling, etc. which attract lots of tourists come about as a result of the state having some of the largest ski mountains on the East Coast of the USA. For those looking for something different to do to ring in 2013 there are some great events happening throughout the state of New Hampshire.
New Year’s bash for families at the Children’s Museum in Dover includes three special “countdowns to midnight”. At each countdown, a glittering ball drops 30 feet from the ceiling as everyone counts down the last ten seconds of the year. New Year’s Eve at Pats Peak in Henniker will feature skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, dancing to a live band, party favors, champagne toast and a midnight fireworks display. King Pine Ski Area at Purity Spring Resort invites families to ring in the New Year with an evening of skiing, riding, music and games, complete with a kids’ torchlight parade and fireworks! First Night Boston is the largest First Night celebration in New England. So if you want to experience something on a large, grand scale New Hampshire is the place to be.