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City gears up for New Year’s Eve celebration 

Residents are invited to celebrate NYE ‘Glow in the Park’ Downtown

New Year’s Eve street closures and event details

The city of Paso Robles is ringing in 2014 in a big way with a family-friendly “Glow in the Park” event in the downtown City Park that will feature glow-in-the-dark games like badminton, horseshoes, hula hoops and corn hole; there is a glowing bubble tunnel for the smaller kids and glow-in-the-dark face painting for all. There will be three food trucks on hand, a warming station and music throughout the evening. The evening culminates in a short fireworks show when the clock strikes midnight. The event runs from 8:00 p.m. to midnight. Admission is free.

Street Closures: The following locations will be closed for event operations –
  • City Hall Parking Lot – Monday, 12/30 at 5:30 p.m. to Wednesday, 1/1 at 4 a.m.
  • 10th Street between Spring & Park; 11th Street between Spring & Park; Park between 10th & 11th Streets – Tuesday, 12/31 at 4 p.m. to Wednesday, 1/1 at 2 a.m.
  • Spring Street between 9th & 12th Streets – Tuesday, 12/31 at 10:30 p.m. to Wednesday, 1/1 at 1 a.m.
About the 125th Anniversary:

2014 marks the 125th Anniversary of Paso Robles incorporating as a city, and the community has planned a year’s worth of events to celebrate the occasion, including a “Happy Birthday, Paso Robles” event on March 11, 2014; a newly imagined 4th of July celebration; an Old-Fashioned Family Fun Day in the park during Pioneer Day in 2014 and a fireworks finale on December 31, 2014, an Historic Women’s Day a 12.5-mile Fun Run and much more. For a complete list of events celebrating the 125th anniversary throughout 2014, go to

See related story: New Year’s Eve gala and fireworks show kicks off Paso Robles 125th Anniversary


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