Sep­a­rate events

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If the VIP lounge is not your style, con­sider the party at Le­baron Hall on the Stanstead Col­lege cam­pus. The New Year’s Dance Party opens at 8:30 p.m. and fea­tures the mu­sic of Black Dog and Quart of Rye. There is a cash bar on site, ad­mis­sion is $25 and in­cludes a sparkling wine toast at mid­night and party favours.

As there will be lim­ited space at these events, it is ad­vis­able that tick­ets be pur­chased as quickly as pos­si­ble. Wait­ing too long could re­sult in hav­ing to sit home alone watch­ing re­runs on tele­vi­sion, or tak­ing a trip to a crowded bar in Ma­gog. This re­quires that a des­ig­nated driver be found, and then you will be par­ty­ing with some­one who is sober and clearly not par­ty­ing with you. The ob­vi­ous choice is join­ing your friends at these com­mu­nity events. The events are sep­a­rate, so tick­ets to one will not af­ford you en­try to the other. There will be a shut­tle ser­vice from var­i­ous points in Stanstead and Beebe, so you can leave your wor­ries and your car at home and have fun. Fur­ther­more, pro­ceeds from ticket sales will ben­e­fit the Haskell Free Li­brary, Pat Burns Arena and Colby Cur­tis Mu­seum.

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