Richmond New Year's Eve Options 

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As expected, there are plenty of options for New Year’s Eve.

For families, try the Noon Year’s Eve Celebration at the Science Museum of Virginia, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., or the New Year’s Eve Frolic from 2-5 p.m. at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden.

When the sun goes down and adults come out to play, there’s RVA NYE, the bash thrown by R. Anthony Harris and Fisher and Budd Ventures, moving from Brown’s Island to the climate-controlled confines of the Siegel Center.

At Diversity Richmond, things get freakier with Party Liberation Front’s “Decemberween 10: New Years Eve,” a dizzying array of frivolity with indoor and outdoor performers.

A taste of other happenings includes:

Animal’s Trashy New Year’s party at Strange Matter

The Yacht Rock Prom with cover band Three Sheets to the Wind at the Broadberry, Jackass Flats and Southern Belles at the Camel

The Jangling Reinharts at the Tin Pan.

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