Ring in the New Year at Park Place

New Year's Eve Bash at Park Place will feature fine dining, dancing, open bar, raffle prizes, party favors and a champagne toast.


Ring in the New Year in style at Park Place on Monday, Dec. 31, from 7 pm-12:30 am.

Pull out all the stops and plan a night to remember with all your friends and family (Ages 21 +)!

The Park Place New Year's Eve Bash features: open bar, dinner, dancing, party favors, raffle prizes and a champagne toast.  London Calling DJ Services featuring Steve Marshall will provide the music.  

The dinner menu for the evening is as follows:

Salad: Mixed Greens salad with sour cherry vinaigrette

Appetizers: Salmon dill garlic cake with jalapeno tartar sauce, Roasted mushroom cups stuffed with crabmeat and topped with fresh basil pesto sauce

Entrée: Roasted flank steak stuffed with fresh basil, buffalo mozzarella cheese and topped with a port wine Dijon mustard demy glaze or Yorkshire roasted pork tenderloin medallions and fruit chutney

Sides: Garlic twice baked potatoes, Red boiled potatoes with honey wasabi butter, Roasted vegetables with balsamic vinaigrette

Dessert: Warm raisin bread pudding with caramel sauce


This first-ever New Year's Eve Bash will be held at Park Place, a Crystal Lake Park District banquet facility, located at 406 W. Woodstock St, Crystal Lake.

Tickets are $80 per person (Crystal Lake Park District resident discount fee), $100 (non-resident fee) and includes dinner, dancing, raffle opportunities, open bar, champagne toast and party.

Register by Dec. 26 at 5 pm at www.crystallakeparks.org

(program code #5398-0), or in person at the Crystal Lake Park District Administrative Office, One East Crystal Lake Avenue, Crystal Lake.

For further information call 815-477-5871.  

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