New Year's Eve Festivities

Grown-Up Parties

$99 – Downtown’s most famous NYE party: http://pdxpipeline.com/2014/12/03/win-tickets-portland-new-years-eve-champagne-ball-toast-hilton-2015/
$100 Reserved 3rd Floor / $125 – $150 VIP & 4th Floor / $50 After 10pm – NYE Governor’s Ball: http://pdxpipeline.com/2014/12/02/portland-2015-new-years-eve-governors-ball-w-patrick-lamb-soul-vaccination-champagne-toast/
$16 ADV / $18 Doors – Shake it at The Goodfoot: http://pdxpipeline.com/monthly-event-list/portland-2014-2015-new-years-eve-bash-featuring-scott-pemberton-trio-goodfoot-classic-rock-jazz-psychedelia/


Family-Friendly Options

$20/Skater – Skate in the New Year Together at Oaks Park Roller Rink: Prize wheel, party favors at midnight, goes until 1am. http://www.oakspark.com/roller-skating.html
$10/Adult $7/Kids – Zoo Lights: Bundle up and join in the magic of the winter festival at the Oregon Zoo! Gates open from 5pm to 8pm. http://www.oregonzoo.org/visit/zoolights


Kick-off the New Year with Fitness

$40 – First Run 2015! World Trade Center Plaza. Begins at the stroke of midnight. 10k Run or a 5k Run/Walk. http://aasportsltd.com/events/race/first-run-walk/


Get Home Safe

TriMet: All service is FREE after 8pm. The MAX is on extra-late night service and will be running in about 35min intervals until approximately 3am. http://trimet.org/schedule/holidays.htm
Johnny Cab: As an alternative to traditional cab service (where you have to go pick up your car in the morning), Johnny Cab is a Portland-based alternative. They come to where you are and take you home safely in your own car so it’s there when you wake up. And it’s less expensive than two-way cab fare. It’s reservation-only so book sooner than later! http://johnnycab.net

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