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Area New Year's Eve parties, events planned

Dec. 28, 2013 @ 12:00 AM

BARBOURSVILLE -- New Year's Eve party plans are shaping up at a few more local hot-spots.

The Jug and Kilt in Barboursville, 5636 U.S. 60, has announced its New Year's Eve plans. The British-themed pub will host a full night of live music from Barry Frazee, Emily Kinner & The Fringe, as well as a solo set by Joey Notes on Tuesday, Dec. 31.

There's no cover charge and there's free champagne at midnight. The Jug and Kilt, which opened in 2013, also will be running food specials and has 30 beers on tap including North End Tavern out of Parkersburg.

Call 304-730-9858 or go online at www.thejugandkilt.com for more info.

In downtown Huntington, The Pullman Plaza Hotel has announced its party plans for Tuesday. Doors open at 10 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 31, for the party, which features DJ Brandon Woolum, a live showing of the ball drop on a big projection screen and two other big screens.

The party inside The Grand Theater (enter through the Bobby Pruett's Steakhouse), will also feature two cash bars and lots of food including a heavy appetizer buffet. Tickets are $20 per person and include food.

Get tickets in advance by calling 304-5251001 or Isaac Meyers at 304-691-5425 after 3 p.m. Check out the Pullman Plaza Hotel on Twitter and Facebook for more info.

For folks looking for traditional family fun, Skateland of Huntington, 4430 Altizer Ave., Huntington, has just announced that it will be hosting a New Year's Eve Late Skate from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. Admission will be $15, which includes skate rental, party favors, games and prizes, including a free pair of skates. Find out more by calling 304-525-1933 or check out Skateland of Huntington's Facebook page.

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