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December 2012 / Brooklyn Family / Columnists / Featured Event

Prospect Park New Year’s Eve fireworks

Ring in the New Year at Prospect Park

What better way to sweep out the old and ring in the new than to see a fantastic fireworks display and enjoy live entertainment at Grand Army Plaza on Dec. 31?

The festivities begin at 11 pm with entertainment and hot refreshments, followed by a phantasmagorical pyrotechnic display that lights up the winter midnight sky.

Enjoy all the “oohs” and “aahs” at the 31st annual celebration presented by Borough President Markowitz and the Prospect Park Alliance.

Plan on getting there early so you can claim the best spot to watch the show, and then gawk at the booms and bursts above. It’s the most happening place in the city and it’s all for free.

New Year’s Eve on Dec. 31, 11 pm at Grand Army Plaza.

Prospect Park at Grand Army Plaza, Union St. between Flatbush Avenue and Prospect Park West, in Park Slope; www.prospectpark.org/calendar/event/1471647.

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