We're nearly at the end of 2016, with 2017 looming all fresh and new around the corner.
This weekend champagne corks will be flying, Auld Lang Syne sung (as far as people actually know the words) and resolutions for 2017 made.
To help your New Year's weekend go with a bang, we've round up some events, from family celebrations to new year's eve parties, live music and comedy.
Whether you're staying in or heading out, we can help you stay entertained.
See in 2017 at Tokyo Huddersfield
Tokyo Huddersfield is ringing in 2017 with giant sweets, champagne and Roald Dahl whimsy.
The Queen Street club will host Willy Wonka’s Wonderland NYE Party on Saturday night, 10.30pm-6am.
Explore a chocolate-themed wonderland with giant sweets, freebies, Oompa Loompas and more, with a free champagne reception and a DJ set by by Joel Corry.
Tickets are £6 in advance from skiddle.com/e/12888043
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Kingsgate CLOSED on New Year's Day
If you’re hoping to hit the sales on New Year’s Day, one of Huddersfield’s main shopping centres will NOT be open.
The Kingsgate Centre, in King Street, is closed on New Year’s Day.
It will close at 4pm on New Year’s Eve and will reopen 9am-5.30pm on Monday January 2.
Retailers at the Great Northern Retail Park and throughout the town centre are scheduled to open on New Year’s Day - see individual store websites for opening hours.
New Year's Eve at the Rainbow Factory
Celebrate New Year’s Eve with the kids at the Rainbow Factory Creative Arts Play Centre.
The Farsley centre, in Bagley Lane, is hosting a movie-themed family celebration.
There will be ‘superhero training’, party games, a treasure hunt, a quiz and a visit from some much-loved characters.
The parties will be held 11am-12.30pm and 2pm-3.30pm. Children cost £6, an accompanying adult enters free with each child, £4 for additional adults.
Visit rainbowfactorykids.com to book.
Fishing for Compliments at the Grape Room
See in 2017 with some live music at the Grape Room in Honley.
Fishing for Compliments are performing from 8pm at the venue in Church Street.
Tickets cost £15 with a free glass of fizz at midnight. The bar opens at 4pm on New Year’s Eve and the festivities will go on until 1am.
For more information, call 07739754686
Wills O'Nats New Year's Eve Disco
Dance your way into the new year at the Will’s o Nats on Saturday.
The pub, in Blackmoorfoot Road in Meltham, is welcoming 2017 with a New Year’s Eve disco from 9pm.
The festivites will run until 1am and the disco is free entry.
The Will’s O’Nats found TV fame in 2016 with an appearance on BBC drama Happy Valley.
The pub and its scenic surroundings were used in a scene where John met his mistress.
New Year's Eve TV picks
Staying in on New Year’s Eve? Here’s some fab TV to help you see off 2016.
On BBC1 at 6.20pm play-within-a-play Peter Pan goes wrong will have you roaring with laughter.
Top of the Pops airs its New Year’s Eve special at 5.30pm on BBC 1, and Alan Carr’s New Year Specstacular on Channel 4 at 9pm will feature Danny Dyer, Keith Lemon and more.
And of course there’s Jools’ Annual Hootenanny, at 11.20pm on BBC 2.
Comedy at the Wardobe
Enjoy a few laughs this New Year’s Eve at the Wardrobe in Leeds.
The bar in St Peter’s Square, Leeds, is hosting a New Tear’s Eve comedy special with four stand up comics.
Tickets cost £20, which include entry into the club night that follows, or you can upgrade to combo tickets that include a three-course meal for £42.50.
There will also be a live brass band to help see in 2017! Visit thewardrobe.co.uk.