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Ring in the new year with family fun and chills

10:11 PM, Dec. 29, 2012
More than 600 people jumped into Lake Michigan last New Year's Day in Jacksonport.
More than 600 people jumped into Lake Michigan last New Year's Day in Jacksonport.
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There's no shortage of family friendly fun to be had this New Year's Eve, with the local YMCAs, children's museum and Kroc Center hauling out the inflatables, confetti and face paint to keep all ages entertained heading into the new year.

The holiday weekend can start with residents learning more about the Hmong culture with food, music, games and demonstrations at the Green Bay Hmong New Year celebration Saturday.

Then send 2012 out by celebrating with the family and start the new year with some chilly outdoor activities in Door County.Kids Rockin' Eve ...

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