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See The Shops at Hudson Yards decorated for the Lunar New Year featuring lanterns, wreaths, and more! In partnership with the New York Chinese Cultural Center, The Shops at Hudson Yards will showcase a series of FREE performances including traditional lion dances and ribbon twirling on Saturdays.
Celebrate Lunar New Year and Losar with members of the City Council.
Start the weekend with an inspiring Chinese Lion Dance on the cobblestones on Saturday as part of the neighborhood’s annual Lunar New Year festivities, then attend a Chinese Calligraphy Workshop or make Nautical Chinese Lion Chains.
The celebration continues on Sunday with additional opportunities to create maritime-inspired lion chains.
Friends and family are all welcome to celebrate Chinese New Year at Manhattan Mandarin’s new HQ! Food and drinks will be provided. The day will include Xiao Long Bao, Arts & Crafts, Traditional Chinese Music, Ping Pong and more!
Ring in the Year of the Rabbit with an afternoon of festivities for the whole family— hop, skip, or jump on over!
Start off the Year of the Rabbit with a bang with a spectacular Firecracker display.
Start off the New Year with performances and craft activities inspired by Lunar New Year traditions across Asia. Activities include: Lion Dance and interactive Kung Fu demonstration by the Bo Law Kung Fu martial arts school; musical performance and singalong with Elena Moon Park.
Sing and dance along to Korean New Year’s songs, fun and silly songs about animals, and beautiful lullabies; Arts and craft activities.
Join Pearl River Mart’s annual Lunar New Year celebration at Chelsea Market. The festivities begin with a show-stopping performance by renowned lion dance troupe, the incomparable Wan Chi Ming Hung Gar Institute Dragon and Lion Dance Team.
Experience an amazing variety of vendors, creators and experiences like a scavenger hunt and an AAPI artist alley.
See over 20 lion dance groups parade throughout the streets of Chinatown. Each groups’ lions will go store to store blessing and eating offerings. This day is the best day to get up close and watch lion dancing.
Celebrate the holiday of Losar, which marks the Tibetan Lunar New Year. As we mark the new year of the Water Hare, create your own Watercolor Hare to represent the good you wish to see in the world, and collage a field for your Water Hare wishes to leap forward from.
Welcome the Year of the Rabbit at this famed parade. Parade route: Mott & Canal to Chatham Square to East Broadway towards the Manhattan Bridge, completing on Eldridge and Forsyth Streets towards Grand Street next to Sara D. Roosevelt Park.
Celebrate the start of the Year of the Rabbit by learning about rabbits and their role in the Chinese zodiac. Then, assemble and decorate a fan inspired by these unique animals. Who knows, maybe you’ll even see a rabbit during your visit!
Join this festive celebration with a story and craft making.
Celebrate Lunar New Year and the Year of the Rabbit with Atlantic Terminal + New York Chinese Cultural Center! Traditional Chinese and Lion Dance Performances, Sugar Painting Demonstration + Giveaway, Festive Music, Raffles & More.
Ring in the Lunar New Year of the Rabbit with free kids activities, lion dance and story time at City Point.
Celebrate the festival of the new moon and animals of the Chinese Zodiac.
Learn about rabbits, an animal found around the world, and learn about the Wildlife Conservation Society’s efforts to save wildlife in Asia. Hop on over and enjoy the self-guided online scavenger hunt and discover more about the wild world of rabbits.
The Shops at Skyview will celebrate Lunar New Year 2023 by showcasing 6 emerging local Asian American artists with different cultural backgrounds. Local students from Francis Lewis High School’s art and design program will be participating in the project and assist each artist to complete the murals.
The artist will interpret their visions of the “Year of Rabbit” by transforming 600 square feet of panels that illustrate cultural references that speak directly to the youthful audience. Plus, Live DJ, giveaways, and raffles.
The LIC Lunar New Year Celebration is back starting this month! Celebrate Long Island City’s vast Asian and Asian-American community with a month of promotions and events from local businesses for all ages.
Ring in the year of the Rabbit with traditional dance, musical performances, processions, and more.
In celebration of the year of the rabbit, participants will color a rabbit painting together! During this family-friendly workshop, artist Stephanie Lee will guide guests step by step toward a finished rabbit painting.
The artwork will be inspired by 19th-century Korean folk art depicting rabbits making medicine of immortality, under a cinnamon tree on a full moon.
Ring in the Year of the Rabbit at this annual Lunar New Year Event! The event will begin with a Lion traveling to all participating tenants in the center and culminating in Center Court with dance and musical performances and a one-of-a-kind lion dance show!
Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with a fun toddler class about rabbits! Enjoy a book about a bunny and make a cute craft to take home. Little ones will also love touching and observing three different rabbits from APEC’s Animal Collection.
Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with cultural performances, traditional lion dance, wishing tree, immersive photo booth, traditional pastry tasting, raffles and a lot of Lunar New Year fun!
Celebrate Lunar New Year and the Year of the Rabbit with Queens Place and the New York Chinese Cultural Center! Traditional Chinese and Lion Dance Performances, Sugar Painting Demonstration, Giveaway, Festive Music, Raffles & More.
Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with Miffy, the globally beloved bunny! Come for lion dance performances, zodiac crafts, demonstrations, story time, lucky plant sale, and more!
Celebrate the year of the rabbit with folk dances, Lion Dance, Kung fu demonstrations, and traditional arts and crafts.
The event will showcase a 45-minute performance program featuring professional artists and students of NYCCC’s School of the Arts, as well as a hands-on Chinese calligraphy and ink brush painting workshop for kids and adults.
The Queens Museum’s education programs will offer an all-ages art-making workshop offered in English, Spanish and Mandarin.
Each year, Chinese Theatre Works celebrates the Lunar New Year season with an original “budaixi,” which is a traditional Chinese glove-puppet production that features the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac.
This year’s show stars the Rabbit, who will preside over a jolly selection of wild puppet skits, dances, popular songs, and well-known Chinese sayings that celebrate the wit and wisdom of the zodiac animals.
Special guests include the Jade Rabbit on the Moon and other all-star members of the zodiac puppet ensemble.
Celebrate and welcome the New Year of the Water Rabbit at KCA with a colorful, spectacular program of dance, music, and more!
Come meet majestic dragons, acrobatic lions, elegant peacocks, twirling ribbons, bamboo instruments, and much more – all included in a thrilling program that’s designed to enthrall the entire family and honor the festive.
Hop to the Staten Island Zoo for a Lunar New Year Celebration. The zoo is kicking off Year of the Rabbit with lots of fun activities. Enjoy keeper talks, crafts and meet-and-greets with ambassador animals featuring the “animals of the zodiac.” Free with zoo admission.
Children of all ages will enjoy treats, tales, and traditional crafts as part of one of the biggest cultural celebrations in the world.
$8; free for kids 1 and youngerCelebrate the Year of the Rabbit with artists from the New York Chinese Cultural Center. This 30-minute program includes a Kung fu demonstration/interactive segment, as well as some beloved Chinese folk dance pieces.
Celebrate and learn about Lunar New Year with a focus on Chinese culture at this free family event for all ages! Get creative and enjoy a variety of hands-on activities, artist and dance performances, and more!
Celebrate the holiday with a reading of “My First Chinese New Year” by Karen Katz. Chinese New Year is a time of new beginnings!
Follow a girl as she learns how to welcome the coming year and experiences all the festivities surrounding it. After the story, decorate your own dancing dragon stick puppet as a symbol of good fortune for the year 2023!
Enjoy a variety of dance performances including the traditional Lion Dance, view live artisan demonstrations of Tai Chi martial arts, sugar painting, dough sculpting and calligraphy, make your own Riddle Lantern, and more.
Welcome the Chinese Lunar New Year in a spectacular production of colorful costumes, mesmerizing music, fantastic acrobatics and lively dance!
On the second day of Break for Art, the program will focus on The Lunar New Year giving participants the opportunity to create their own pop-up rabbit puppet! Enjoy additional Lunar New Year activities at the Museum.
Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with traditional Chinese music, modern symphonies, demonstrations, and more.
The Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company welcomes the coming of the Spring of 2023, the Year of the Black Water Rabbit. It’s a spectacular experience for all ages, combining traditional Chinese dance with modern flair.
The Red Lions dance to a hip hop beat. The Golden Dragon brings good luck and fortune for the coming year. Dancers, acrobats and musicians perform in dazzling red and gold costumes.
It’s the year of the Rabbit! Learn about the Lunar New Year and create a bunny for good luck.