Fine festivities for your New Year celebrations

If you’re having a hard time deciding what to do for New Years, take a look at this list we’ve compiled of some fun festivities!

CirqueMusicaCirque Musica & Lancaster Symphony Orchestra
Presented by Lancaster Symphony Orchestra, the circus meets the symphony for a fine evening of cirque artists performing to theatrical music. The event will take place at the American Music Theater. Visit for tickets, or call (717) 397-7700.

Lancaster DoubleTree
Ring in the new year with your kids at the DoubleTree Hotel! There will be a kid’s carnival, family-friendly activities, and a CandyLand themed New Years Party. Room reservation required. See details of events at

431876_1106353876050701_766225456455421669_nAnnie Bailey’s with The 1.21
Rock out at Annie Bailey’s with The 1.21, featuring Fine Living Lancaster’s own Mark Pontz in the band! This man of many talents joins his bandmates to ring in the new year in the best way possible.

Yorgo’s Dance Party
Yorgo’s will be serving a special dinner menu to ring in the new year. If you’re in the mood to shake it, head downstairs for their blowout dance party!

The Greenfield Restaurant is offering a special menu on New Years Eve between 4:30 & 9:30 pm. Space is limited so call in your reservation soon! (717) 393-0668

Reflections: Indulge in a succulent menu at Reflections Restaurant. With so many incredible options, such as goat cheese stuffed dates and angel hair crab cakes, it will be difficult to choose what you want to eat to enjoy the last of 2015!

Our House Cafe will be serving a special menu with high quality, locally procured ingredients on New Years Day. The menu will be centered around brunch items, and the cafe is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on New Years Day.

Annie Bailey’s: A Prix Fixe Menu (3-course $45; 4-course $55) will be available as will a limited menu of our more popular items. Please take a look at their menu and feel free to ask any questions!