A fresh start and a new year is right around the corner. Goodbye 2016, hello 2017! We’ve rounded up the things you should do and see before the clock strikes midnight.

Reynolds Light Display
Holiday favorites
Say it ain’t so: it’s time to tie a bow on the holiday season! Dec. 31 is your final chance to walk through Conner Prairie’s Gingerbread Village and partake in the Holiday Adventures program. After that, it’s only three months until the outdoor grounds open for the 2017 season, but who’s counting? {Answer: us.}

Another classic holiday staple in Hamilton County, Reynolds Christmas Lights Display, turns off the nearly 2 million lights Jan. 1. Fill up a mug with hot cocoa and drive through this free winter attraction to ring in the new year!

Winter Farmers Markets
New year, new (and healthier) you
Are you one of the millions of Americans who are making new year’s resolutions, like eating healthier? Get a head start a visit a local farmers market in Fishers or Carmel Dec. 31 and stock up on fresh, local produce.

Palladium
Cheers to the new year
Ring in the new year in style at the second annual New Year’s Eve Extravaganza Presented by Taft at the Palladium. Dance the night (and year) away with entertainment from popular variety bands and jazz trios.

For more happenings in Hamilton County, visit our online calendar. Happy New Year!