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In Kids & Family

Take the kids to see the Harlem Globetrotters on New Year's Eve. It's a classic Milwaukee event!

Family Weekend Roundup: Dec. 31, 2009-Jan. 3, 2010


Start the year off on a super fun note with one of these kid-friendly Milwaukee events. Happy New Year, Brew City!

THURSDAY

GLOBETROTTERS HOOP IT UP AGAIN IN MILWAUKEE
Milwaukee tradition brings the Harlem Globetrotters back for two performances on New Year's Eve. See the skill and entertainment of this world famous basketball team in the afternoon or evening; games at 1 and 6 p.m at the Bradley Center.
onmilwaukee.com/events/event-98838.html

WAVE 2009 GOODBYE WITH THE WAVE
Grab the family for this family friendly New Year's Eve game! Cheer on the Milwaukee Wave as they take on the Baltimore Blast at the U.S. Cellular Arena.
onmilwaukee.com/events/event-98927.html

DO THE DOMES
Start New Year Eve early at the Domes on Thursday at the "New Year's Party for Families Under Glass at the Domes." Party begins at 6 p.m. Call (414) 649-9830.

FRIDAY

NEW YEAR'S DAY KITE FESTIVAL
Bundle up and head down to Milwaukee's lakefront for this cool kite event on New Year's Day. Bring your own kite to fly or buy one from Gift of Wings at the park, watch live ice sculpting and professional kite flyers, enjoy free hot chocolate and coffee, snacks and more from noon to 5 p.m.! Free kite flying lessons will also be offered at the event.
onmilwaukee.com/events/event-100244.html

ALL WEEKEND

SKATE RED ARROW PARK
Take a break and enjoy the winter season at this beautiful outdoor skating rink! Skating is free to the public. Skate rental is $6 and the facility features a warming lodge, hot coffee and more.
onmilwaukee.com/events/event-99691.html

Talkbacks

devidia | Dec. 31, 2009 at 1:20 p.m. (report)

Are the Harlem Globetrotters an actual NBA team? If so, how come they never play any other teams? All they ever seem to do is the same hokey schtick basketball tricks. I remember they had a Saturday morning cartoon series back in the '70's. Please tell me it isn't the same guys on the "team". Who wants to see a 90 year old Meadowlark Lemon spinning a basketball on his finger?

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