01.15.2020

Lunar New Year

lunar new year

Lunar New Year is an Asian festival celebrated at the turn of the lunisolar Chinese calendar. Traditionally, celebrations run from the eve to the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first calendar month. Join the celebrations below for their annual Lunar New Year festival celebrating the “Year of the Rat” on Saturday, January 25.

Orange County: Lunar New Year Events

Los Angeles: Golden Dragon Parade

La Verne: Asian American Expo

Pasadena: Lunar New Year Celebration at USCV Pacific Asia Museum

San Gabriel: Lunar New Year Festival

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