Before we head into 2018, I took it upon myself to ask around and do a bit of personal reflection to see what "resolutions" Amarillo could make for the new year. Here is the short list of what I found.
When it comes to New Year's Eve, I usually spend the night alone on the couch eating junk food and checking my watch. I decided to look for a unique way to celebrate New Year's Eve this year. After doing some digging I found these options for a unique NYE celebration...
Our friends at GiftCards.com polled 1,000 people to see just what gadgets they would like to see under the tree this year... and which ones to stay clear from. In the state of Texas, we are split down the middle.
Elves make the toys. Reindeer pull the sleigh through the cold winter sky so Santa can deliver toys to the good kids. The bad kids get a visit from one of these yuletide “ride-or-die” buddies of the Jolly Ol’ Elf.
Let's face it, as a kid it's tough to stay up until Midnight to see the ball drop and ring in the New Year on New Year's Eve. However the Don Harrington Discovery Center has made that easy with Noon Year's Eve!