Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011, marks the start of the Lunar New Year celebrations also known as and Spring Festival.
2011 Lunar New Year events: All events are free and open to the public
Wed, Feb. 2 – Lunar New Year Storytime and Craft. 6 pm.
Wed, Feb. 2 – Chinese New Year's Craft. 6pm.
Thurs, Feb. 3 –Chinese New Year’s Craft. 3:30 pm.
Sat, Feb. 5 – Lunar New Year Celebration. 1-3 pm.
Sat, Feb. 5 – The Firebird Youth Chinese Orchestra will perform with traditional Chinese instruments to bring in the New Year. 2-3 pm.
Sat, Feb. 5 – Celebrate Lunar New Year With Linda Chen. 10 am-4 pm.
Tues, Feb. 8 – Chinese New Year: the craft program with Paul Gonzalez. 3:30 pm.
Sat, Feb. 12 – The Firebird Youth Chinese Orchestra will perform with traditional Chinese instruments to bring in the New Year. 2-3 pm.
Sat, Feb. 12 – Chinese/English bilingual storytime at 2 p.m. 'Far East Dragon Lion Dance.' 2:30 pm.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library: Children's Room, 1st Floor
Sat, Feb. 26 – Meet Author Justin Tsin, 10 years old, talk about his new book, "The Chinese Zodiac: Who Am I?" 3 pm.
Sat, Mar. 12 – Linda Chen's Cultural Program. 2-3 pm.