Time for the resolutions. Cut back on the clam chowder, walk every single one of the Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank trails, read every book by a Vineyard author in the library, the list goes on. But before committing to any life-changing plans for 2017, 2016 must be waved goodbye to in style. And whatever your style, there’s a celebration on the Vineyard to match.

To get in the mood a day early, head to the Vineyard Playhouse for a farewell to 2016 jazz cabaret featuring Anna Yukevich and Jeremy Berlin, beginning at 7:30 p.m.

Then on Saturday the kids get to start early at the Edgartown Library with a movie screening from 1 to 3 p.m. Along with showing the timeless classic, The Lion King, there will be treats, silly hats and noisemakers. The youngest celebrants (children under eight) must be accompanied by an adult.

Pathways is hosting a drop-in from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Impromptu music, conversation and refreshments will fortify late night revelers and those with a much earlier bedtime.

For those who like to celebrate by chowing down in style, New Year’s Eve dinners will be served at many restaurants around the Island, including State Road, the Terrace at the Charlotte Inn, Isola, Rockfish and the Ocean View.

The Harbor View Hotel’s annual New Year’s Eve celebration bash begins at 9 p.m. with two dance floors featuring The Joanne Cassidy Band and Mike Benjamin Band. Cap the evening with midnight fireworks and a glass of champagne on the porch. Also in Edgartown, deejay AP will be spinning at the Wharf Pub. Women get in for free from 11 to 11:30 p.m.

In Oak Bluffs, a countdown to 2017 dance party with deejay Raxx is at The Loft, and DJ Zeus is at the Ocean View. At the Ritz the night begins early and continues late with two bands. Johnny Hoy and the Bluefish will start out the night and DCLA will follow, while small bites by Ben deForest circulate and champagne flows.

Whether sealed with a kiss, played out with a kazoo or marked by the clink of glasses, 2016 is ending. Where will you be when 2017 begins?