What Are You Doing Tonight To Ring In The New Year? - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

What Are You Doing Tonight To Ring In The New Year? What You're Saying On Facebook

KHQ.COM - Thousands of you will be hitting the streets tonight to ring in the new year! What are you doing? Where are you going? Here's what some of you are saying on our KHQ Facebook page right now! And a friendly reminder...no drinking and driving as multiple agencies work together to crack down on the drivers who dare!

Vivian Snodgrass: Staying home. It's just too cold!!!

Joan Scott: waiting to hear from Meg in Korea (suppose to send pics)

Jessica Oliver Johnson: staying inside where its 75 degrees. There is NOTHING that is going on tonight that would be worth freezing my ass off and getting pawed by drunks. Bleh. Or worse, being on the road with them anywhere nearby.

Aimee Flinn Nechanicky: Avoiding downtown.

Nate Bergstrom: put kids to bed, cuddle wife and watch year end.

Nate Bergstrom: put kids to bed, cuddle wife and watch year end.

Sara Connors: having a good nights sleep tonight lol. were its safe and sound.

Vivian Snodgrass: Hey KHQ... is this a pic of Spokane's skyline?

Carmen Perez: the best place to be is in Chruch

Jen Finney: Working!!

Bobbie McHoes Williams: Family time, board games, laughter.

Leslie Foster: My husband and I are watching two of our grandsons.

Scott Mead: sitting right here at my computer till 8ish and then bedtime.

Scott Mead: ‎@Leslie sad...... the parents pawn off the kids on you so they can have fun, and you have to babysit... LOL

Jasmine A Kemp: sitting at home, being forever alone. =]

Margie Bognar: Staying @ home with my boys and playing games

Desteni Phillips: ‎@ carmen thats where we will be counting down the new year and celebrating sobritey

Sherry Bentley: Staying home where it's warm, listening to music, and watching the ball drop at midnight on TV! Oh, and thinking about my resolutions for 2011!!!!

Bobbi K Coup: Staying home with Hubby, son and my grandson....Happy New Year all, be safe!!

Jeana Swanson: staying home where it is warm and no driving drunk and have a couple friends over to play green day rock band

Rebekah Thompson: Partying with family and friends(:

Leslie Foster: Its not that bad Scott, my husband quit drinking 21 years ago so we wouldn't be going out anyway. And its gonna be too cold to enjoy First Night!

Jeff Belnap: Watching the ball drop, then watching my eyelids drop!

Mike Pixler Working until 10 and then going to hang out with the fam

Teresa Napier: nothing out of the ordinary...staying home, dinner, drinks and movies.

Kimberly Stockton: I am going to SING IN THE NEW YEAR at River City Lanes in Post Falls. Applebees and Bo-Jacks in CdA are also doing karaoke partys as well.

Tracy Fisher: Volunteering at First Night!!!

April Smith: Chillin wit my kids :)

Levi Steverding: Beers and buddies! Don't care where

Heather Thorn Waterman-Fry: staying home and staying safe watching movies and the ball drop.

Cheryl Gustafson Hicks: Staying home, enjoying a movie and pizza. Moses Lake has entertainment and fireworks downtown tonight...Just too dang cold to go and enjoy it.

Chrystal Buchmann: Enjoying a movie and pizza

 

 

 

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