Come join us at 7:30 PM on Sunday, January 1st to watch what we hope is the NFC North Championship game for the Pack. They are taking on the Detroit Lions who currently have a one (1) game lead in the conference. It is going to be an insane atmosphere if the Pack can make good on Aaron Rodgers’ promise to WIN OUT!
We know some may be a little hungover from the previous night’s debacle which is why we will be giving away a FREE champagne toast at 7:30 PM for the start of the game to help with anyone’s headache.
Like we said – there is A LOT going on for the New Year and hope you can make it to all or some of our festivities. We look forward to seeing you!
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Every part of the world celebrates on New Year’s Eve and there are countless peculiar ways the world does it. Here are 25 of them.
- In Denmark, unused dishes are saved until people get to shatter them on their friends’ and family’s doors come December 31.
- People in Ecuador burn paper-filled scarecrows and photos from the old year as soon as the clock strikes midnight.
- In Spain, stuffing a dozen grapes in your mouth is believed to bring good luck for the coming year.
- In the Philippines, round fruits, clothes with polka dots and coins in their pockets are believed to usher in a good year.
- In some South American countries, wearing colored underwear will you bring you love if it’s red, wealth if it’s gold, and peace if it’s white.
- Japanese people smile their way into the New Year and ring their bells 108 times for good luck.
- Before the year ends, people in a small Peruvian village engage in fist fights to settle their differences.
- In Switzerland, they deliberately drop ice cream on the floor to welcome the New Year.
- In Romania, tossing spare coins into the river is said to bring good luck.
- For some Puerto Ricans, throwing buckets of water out of their windows is believed to drive evil spirits away.
- In Belgium, farmers literally greet their livestock a happy new year.
- In Bolivia, coins in baked sweets are said to bring good fortune to those who will be able to find them.
- For the French, eating a stack of pancakes is part of celebrating the coming year.
- With high hopes for a travel-filled year, Colombians carry their suitcases with them all day round.
- For good luck, people in Denmark jump from top of their chairs as they bid the old year goodbye.
- In Thailand, people smear each other with gray talc and throw buckets of water on one other.
- In Chile, people spend the night at the cemetery in the company of their loved ones who have passed away.
- Animal whispering is a New Year tradition in Romania where farmers communicate with their cows for abundance and prosperity.
- To usher out the year and drive evil spirits away, people of Ireland hit their walls with bread.
- In some parts of South Africa, furniture pieces are thrown out the window to symbolize the passing of the old year.
- Siberians plunge into frozen lakes while they carry tree trunks.
- In Finland, people cast molten tin into a bucket of water to predict what the coming year holds for them based on the resulting shape.
- In Panama, burning effigies of famous people is said to bring in good fortune.
- In Scotland, the “first foot” in the house after midnight should bring a gift for good luck.
- In Estonia, people call for abundance by eating seven times on New Year’s day.