Monday, December 31, 2012
Plan to enjoy yourself this New Year's Eve? Here are some options for geting home safely so you can do it again next year.
Maybe you’ve planned your destination, your outfit – who you plan to steal a kiss from when the clock strikes midnight. But do you have a plan to get home? New Year’s Eve is “among the deadliest days” on U.S. roadways, according to AAA, and consistently ranks among the top days for alcohol-related driving fatalities. If you are planning to drink tonight and do not have a designated driver, there are a couple of ways to secure a safe, sober ride home. Driving service: BeMyDD.com: The company’s slogan is “We Drive Your Car, So You Don't Have To." For New Year’s Eve in the Baltimore metro area, the company has available its “personal driver service.” A driver will come to your house, and drive you in your own car to your destination. The …
If you're out celebrating on New Year's and don't have a designated driver, here are some choices for getting home.
The highest number of alcohol-related traffic fatalities in the last decade occurred on New Year's Day, according to Michael Green, AAA spokesman. But once you start your 2013 pre-celebration, you may not be thinking about statistics. So right now while you're thinking clearly, consider your options. Getting a designated driver or hailing a cab are some of your choices. But if you find yourself with empty pockets and no driver, you have options. Sober Ride Call Sober Ride 1-800-200-TAXI (1-880-200-8294) for a free ride home (up to a $30 fare) from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., according to the Washington Regional Alcohol Program (WRAP). It says rides started Dec. 14 and are available every night until Jan. 1, 2013. People using the service must be 21…
Check out the festivities happening in the Savage area to usher in 2013.
New Year's Eve Bash at the Rams Head Enjoy the festivities at the NYE Bash at the Rams Head in Savage. The venue is not charging a cover for the night, and there will be a handful of drink specials on the menu. In addition, partygoers will be treated to a beer toast at midnight. You can even continue your party into the New Year with the venue’s New Year’s Day brunch from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Midnight at 7 at Symphony of Lights Don't stay up until midnight to enjoy New Year's Eve. Instead, take the family to midnight at 7 p.m. at Symphony of Lights. The event features a walk through the light display, a bonfire, food, music and of course, fireworks at 7 p.m. The cost is $20 per individual, $40 for a group of 3, $50 for a group of 4, etc…
Friday, December 30, 2011
Whether it’s swing dancing or fireworks you’re into, there is a little something for everyone to enjoy this New Year’s Eve.
Here is a list of some of the hottest events taking place around Maryland for New Year's Eve 2011. For more New Year’s Eve event listings including those in Baltimore city and Baltimore county, check out additional Patch.com coverage here.