About 500 revelers in Salina got an early start on 2016 Thursday. The Bicentennial Center, Salina Parks & Rec, and the Salina Area United Way hosted their second annual “Noon Year’s Eve” event.
A crowd, consisting mainly of children and families, gathered at the Bi-Center for the fun free event.
“Noon Year’s Eve” featured music, activities, a bouncy house, face painting, and more.
xWe professional wrestlers were on hand signing autographs and posing for photos. They were also promoting their upcoming event “Road to Glory”, which is January 31st at the Bicentennial Center.
At noon there was a balloon drop followed by a milk and cookies toast to ring in the New Year.
Officials told KSAL News that they were pleased with the attendance, which they estimated at about 500.