Two Reasons To Toast The New Year On Cape Cod

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When the holidays are behind you  - head to Cape Cod to ring in the New Year.

A typical Cape Cod New Years Eve usually consists of good food and drink, friends, family – and of course a couple of renditions of Auld Lang Syne.

But if you want to experience something new and exciting this New Years Eve, there are two local venues that will be going all out this year.

First Night Celebration

The first is right in the heart of Chatham MA.

First Night Chatham is a safe, family-friendly, alcohol-free New Year’s Eve celebration focused on the arts – and it’s the only first night celebration on Cape Cod.

Centered on Main Street, First Night Chatham offers something for everyone – a circus, musicians, local artists, theater, opera, a giant bonfire, a clamorous noise parade, the Countdown Cod Drop, and a fantastic fireworks finale!

Their theme for 2010: Celebrating Chatham’s Fishing Heritage.

Elegant Dining

If the thought of celebrating the New Year outside leaves you shivering, then you may enjoy an elegant celebration indoors at a wonderful Cape Cod restaurant.

The Yarmouth House in West Yarmouth MA is hosting their annual Yarmouth House Gala on New Years Eve.

Yarmouth House is a renowned family-run restaurant that is known for its signature steaks and chops.

This year, the restaurant will be offering a full-course dinner, live entertainment, a midnight champagne toast and party favors.

And, the best part?

You’ll be in safe hands as many of the Cape Cod resorts offer free shuttle service to and from this gala affair.

Book Your Cape Cod New Years Package

Now is the time to book your Cape Cod New Years Eve reservations. Rooms are booking up!

Come ring in the New Year at Cape Cod’s only First Night celebration in Chatham or party in grand style at the Yarmouth House. Either way, you’re in for a good time.

New Years Eve on Cape Cod – there’s no better way to usher in a New Year.

 

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