The Ken McCoy Band performs at the Jubilee Hall for New Year's Eve.

Langley about to ring in the New Year

Looking for ideas on what to do Dec. 31 in Langley?

* Bradner Extravaganza: The Jubilee Hall Society hosts an party with the Ken McCoy Band, buffet dinner at 7 p.m., party favours, and bubbly at midnight. Cash bar. Tickets: $40, available at Wilway Lumber (cash only) or Brown Paper Tickets (event 2720266). The society is a non-profit that uses funds from its events to support community groups, health causes and more.

* Murder Mystery: Beatniks Bistro, 9194 Glover Rd., has a murder mystery dinner party Dec. 31. Doors open at 8:30. Tickets: $100. Book: 604-888-4487.

* NYE party: Trading Post Brewing, 9143 Glover Rd., starts the party at 8 p.m. at its Fort Langley location. Tickets: $30 for brews, nibbles, music from Zaac Pick, party favours and a midnight toast. Info: 604-343-2337.

* NYE at the brewery: Trading Post Brewing, 20120 64th Ave., starts the party at 7 p.m. at its brewery and tasting room. Live music, tastings, a special cask and midnight toast. No tickets required. Info: 604-343-2337.

* Cascades ballroom: Cascades Casino Resort has the Retro Dance Party with tribute acts to Fleetwood Mac, Abba, and Rod Stewart. Bands begin at 9 p.m. No minors. Tickets: $94.50 plus fees and taxes. Info: cascadescasino.ca.

* Cascades Summit Theatre: Cascades Casino Resort has a dinner dance featuring March Hare. Tickets: $70 to $85 plus tax. Includes dinner buffet, party favours, balloon drop, snack, champagne toast. Info: cascadescasino.ca or 604-530-2211.

* Celebration: Match Eatery at Cascades Casino Resort has a DJ party 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. with no cover charge.

* Gourmet NYE: The Oak and Thorne, and Townhall Langley offer a gourmet three course meal for $40, the meal and late night celebration for $50 or just the late night celebration for $20. Celebration includes live DJ, treats and bubbly at midnight. Info: jrgvancouver.ca.

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