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Kitchener’s annual countdown to the New Year 

This year, City of Kitchener was ringing in 2018 with a special retro morning cartoon theme.

The celebration took place at Kitchener City Hall on Dec. 2017 at about 6 p.m. to 12 a.m. midnight.  People had tons of fun for the whole family including; special appearance by the Mystery Machine and Flintstone vehicles. Retro cartoon arcade games by Canadian Toy Con.

Parents made and took themed craft for kids starting at 6pm while quantities last.

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Kitchener’s annual countdown to the New Year This year, City of Kitchener was ringing in 2018 with a special retro morning cartoon theme. The celebration took place at Kitchener City Hall on Dec. 2017 at about 6 p.m. to 12 a.m. midnight. People had tons of fun for the whole family including; special appearance by the Mystery Machine and Flintstone vehicles. Retro cartoon arcade games by Canadian Toy Con. Parents made and took themed craft for kids starting at 6pm while quantities last. Breakfast cereal counter! Free ice skating on Carl Zehr Square was specially organised to make the the new year special. Live music performance from 10pm to midnight with Sound Parade was delighted by well known singers. Members of council, Mayors and prominent people from the city were present during the new year celebration. Admission was free but people made donation to the food Bank of Waterloo Region. #HappyNewYear #Welcome2018 #Conestogasocialmedia #Conestogacollege #JournalismConestoga #CityHallKitchnener

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Free ice skating on Carl Zehr Square was specially organised to make the the new year special.  Live music performance from 10pm to midnight with Sound Parade was delighted by well known singers.

Members of council, Mayors and prominent people from the city were present during the new year celebration.  Admission was free but people made donation to the food Bank of Waterloo Region.

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Saifullah Muhammad is a student of journalism at Conestoga College, Ontario, Canada and a Rohingya youth activist. He can be reached at saifulrohin@gmail.com

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