Now that the Christmas holiday is over, it is finally time to solidify plans for ringing in the New Year. With an abundance of celebrations happening all over the metro Atlanta area, it can be hard to make a decision on which party to attend. Buyers at Rocklyn Homes’ Gwinnett County community, The Enclave at Old Peachtree, will be pleased to learn that they have multiple New Year’s Eve parties to choose from that are located just moments away, meaning they can stay close to home while still celebrating in unique, fun ways.
The 10th Annual Lawrenceville Rings New Year’s Eve Celebration is being held on the historic Lawrenceville Square. Beginning at 7:30 p.m., the event will include food vendors, a Kid’s Zone, performances by The Breakfast Club and The NEONS and midnight fireworks.
Residents looking for a unique celebration can attend the New Year’s Eve Extravaganza at Medieval Times. With the show beginning at 9:30 p.m., attendees can enjoy the usual four-course feast during the two-hour live tournament, as well as pre-show hors d’oeuvres, admission to the Museum of Torture, party favors, a DJ, dancing, midnight champagne toast, balloon drop and a continental breakfast.
Finally, kid’s can enjoy their own celebration by attending the New Year’s Eve Party for Kids at the Rhodes Jordan Park Community Center, which begins at 6 p.m. Events will include a pizza party, crafts, movies, an apple cider toast at midnight, games and karaoke. Space is limited and children must be preregistered, so call 678-277-0890 to reserve your child’s spot.
The Enclave at Old Peachtree, Rocklyn Homes’ newest community, will feature only 28 stunning Craftsman-style homes. Priced from the mid $200,000s, this community is located in a desirable area at the corner of Rock Springs and Old Peachtree roads. For more information on these new Lawrenceville homes, contact community sales agent Kim Gassner at 404-944-3569 or visit www.RocklynHomes.com.