Organizers have announced initial details of Wyoming County's first alcohol-free New Year's Eve event.
Last Night Perry will take place Dec. 31 at the Perry Elementary School, 50 Olin St.
The event includes the evening-long Unplugged Cafe, hosted by Five Star Bank. Creek Bend kicks off the evening at 6:30 p.m. with contemporary and traditional bluegrass music. The group won the Gettysburg and Erie County Fair Bluegrass Championships and their five recordings have won critical acclaim.
Kindred follows, the duo of Dave and Felicia Meyer, who perform music inspired by Ireland, Scotland, Atlantic Canada and the Appalachians on cello, guitar and percussion.
Matt Roar, who performs in area comedy clubs, starts a 30-minute set at 10:15 p.m. Comedian Lamar Williams, who has performed across the country and has entertained U.S. troops in Iraq, also will perform.
Admission for the Unplugged Cafe and the more than 30 performances at Last Night Perry is $5, with a $20 maximum for families. Children under school age are free. Light dining will be available at 5:45 p.m.
For more information, call (585) 237-5375 or visit www.lastnightperry.com.