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In a small town known for major college sports and an enormous state university, it can be easy to forget that there are charming community events that occur even when the 40,000 plus students aren’t in town. If you are in the State College vicinity and looking for reasons to get out of the house on New Year’s Eve, First Night State College offers an opportunity to experience an impressive display of ice sculptures, live music, and food vendors as part of a plethora of  enjoyable events.

Anyone can explore downtown and the ice sculptures, but purchasing an all-access pass button for eight dollars will grant you access to music performances and other events around town.

More information can be found at the First Night State College website.

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Dave Cole

Dave graduated from Penn State in 2013. He was the Managing Editor of this website. Dave remains a proud Onward State alumnus to this day.

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