While cheese descending from the heavens might be an extraordinary event in some places in the world, it’s just another day in Plymouth, Wisconsin.
City residents and the Plymouth Fire Department joined together on the night of December 31, 2015 to ring in the New Year for the 9th annual cheese drop.
A wooden crate designed to look like a giant wedge of cheese bearing the Sartori logo was lowered a little early – at 10:00 pm - this past New Year’s Eve to encourage more families to come to the celebration.
Check out the big cheese dropping from the 2014’s New Year’s Eve party.
The party, as can be expected, was filled with free cheese provided by Sartori at an appetizer table, and featured fun activities and entertainment for the whole family to enjoy. The first 250 families in attendance were also given a free bag of cheese, a $15.00 value, according to local news station CBS 58.
Crowds danced alongside the bonfires to the tunes of The Jamies & Friends, a band that has been touring Sheboygan County and beyond for the past few years, WHBL reports.
Now that’s how you ring in the New Year. How did you celebrate? Let us know by emailing [email protected]!