The San Luis Obispo Children’s Museum held its 9th annual Noon Year’s Eve Celebration on Saturday. Children of all ages made crowns, shook noisemakers and enjoyed a toast of apple juice. Parents and kids waited in anticipation, counting down from 10, for a huge pile of balloons to drop onto their heads.
The San Luis Obispo Children’s Museum held its 9th annual Noon Year’s Eve Celebration on Saturday. Children of all ages made crowns, shook noisemakers and enjoyed a toast of apple juice. Parents and kids waited in anticipation, counting down from 10, for a huge pile of balloons to drop onto their heads. Laura Dickinson ldickinson@thetribunenews.com
The San Luis Obispo Children’s Museum held its 9th annual Noon Year’s Eve Celebration on Saturday. Children of all ages made crowns, shook noisemakers and enjoyed a toast of apple juice. Parents and kids waited in anticipation, counting down from 10, for a huge pile of balloons to drop onto their heads. Laura Dickinson ldickinson@thetribunenews.com

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