LAKE STATION | Tickets go on sale Monday for the Black Cat's Meow at Bellaboo's Play and Discovery Center, 2800 Colorado St.
Bellaboo plays with children during the play center's New Year's Eve celebration Friday afternoon in Lake Station.
Five-year-old Haley Sauzer, of Lowell, throws her arms up in the air while balls bounce over a crowd of kids Friday afternoon during the New Year's Eve celebration at Bellaboo's Play and Discovery Center in Lake Station.
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Haley Sauzer, center, screams at the end of a countdown Friday afternoon during the New Year's Eve celebration at Bellaboo's Play and Discovery Center. The Lowell 5-year-old was among a crowd of 300 at the Lake Station play center.
Bellaboo's employee Wendy Holland spreads bubbles around the room Friday afternoon during the play center's New Year's Eve party in Lake Station. About 300 children and adults attended the child-friendly celebration.
Ty Kiechle, 4, and his mother, Jenni, of Saint John, dance to music during the New Year's Eve celebration Friday afternoon at Bellaboo's in Lake Station.
Four-year-old Ty Kiechle, of Saint John, has his 2011 glasses adjusted by his mother, Jenni, during the New Year's Eve celebration Friday afternoon at Bellaboo's in Lake Station.
Larry Ard, playing St. Nicholas, sits with Ryan Gengnagel, 5, of Westville, while his mother Lisa watches at Bellaboo's in Lake Station.
Larry Ard, playing St. Nicholas, questions Emily Nixon, left, of Schererville, and Alyssa Culver, of Crown Point, during a recent performance in Lake Station.
Hobart resident Larry Ard listens to Emily Nixon, of Schererville, while playing St. Nicholas last week. Ard has portrayed St. Nicholas throughout Northwest Indiana.
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