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Warren, OH 44484
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Warren, OH  44482
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Opening Night tickets are now available for purchase...but there is information that you need to know.  First, children under 3 years of age are free, tickets for children ages 3 to 10 years old are $5 each, and tickets for children over 10 and adults are $10 each.  When we say tickets, we mean wristbands.  Individuals wishing to attend the event and purchase their tickets in advance, may do so by going to and making your purchase using a credit card.  Wristbands purchased through December 15th will be mailed to you so you can immediately go to any participating venue on New Year's Eve.  Wristbands purchased between December 16 through December 29th will be held at Will Call at the Log Cabin on Mahoning Avenue across from the Courthouse Fountain where they can be picked up the night of the event.  You will need to get your wristbands before entering any venue.  After December 29th, anyone wishing to purchase wristbands can do so the night of the event, but please be aware the quantity may be limited.  Because there is no WiFi at the Log Cabin, purchasers must bring cash.
Questions can be directed to our Treasurer, Cheryl Oblinger, by emailing her at
The Rotary Club of Warren is excited to bring OPENING NIGHT back to the city of Warren!  This family-centered event will offer a taste of our great city and all it has to offer.  The celebration will begin on Saturday, December 31, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. and conclude with fireworks that evening at 10:00 p.m.  Please type the following into your internet browser to sponsor this event:
The deadline for sponsoring is Monday, November 28, 2022.
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