When it comes to New Year's Eve, I usually spend the night alone on the couch eating junk food and checking my watch. I decided to look for a unique way to celebrate New Year's Eve this year. After doing some digging I found these options for a unique NYE celebration...
Let's face it, as a kid it's tough to stay up until Midnight to see the ball drop and ring in the New Year on New Year's Eve. However the Don Harrington Discovery Center has made that easy with Noon Year's Eve!
It's time to enjoy the holiday season with a little bit of history and a ton of holiday fun. The Christmas Open House at the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum is back and it's an affordable event for the entire family.
A new Christmas tradition in Amarillo began several years ago at the Amarillo Botanical Gardens. They light the gardens in hundreds of thousands of lights. It has become a wonderful Christmas tradition.
One of the great Christmas traditions in Amarillo is the Center City Electric Light Parade. Depending on the year and the weather, every one bundles up and lines up on Polk and 3rd Street to enjoy the amazing lighted floats.