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Pre-school & younger, Young elementary, Tween
$18/$10 Japan Society & corporate members; free for ages 2 and younger and Cool Culture members
Celebrate the New Year Japanese-style with this Oshogatsu event filled with the traditional activities of rice pounding, calligraphy, lion dancing,...
Key to My Art East Rockaway
Young elementary, Tween, Teen, Adult
Paint an adorable groundhog. Drop kids ages 5+ off to paint, or stay and paint with them. No experience necessary! Price includes all supplies...
$10 general admission; free for children younger than 10
Celebrate the Year of the Pig with an afternoon of traditional Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese music, dance, crafts, games, and food. From 1-2...
Educational & Cultural Center
$12 adults; $10 kids under 12 and seniors.
Celebrate the Year of the Pig with Taiko Drums, a Lion Dance, crafts for the kids, and more! Advanced registration required.
Meet Clucksatony Henrietta to find out if we will have six more weeks of winter. Then enjoy games and crafts.
$35; $20 kids ages 3-12; free for ages 2 and younger
Descend into Wave Hill’s snug underground building for a hearty hibernators’ breakfast. Feast on pancakes and waffles with tasty toppin...
New Jersey Performing Arts Center
Start a new tradition at the NJSO’s first-ever Chinese New Year celebration, conducted by Xian Zhang. Musical riches abound in this program t...
Holtsville Ecology Site
Six more weeks of winter or an early spring? Hundreds will gather at the Brookhaven Wildlife and Ecology Center to hear Highway Superintendent Dani...
Teatown Lake Reservation
Pre-school & younger, Young elementary, Tween, Teen, Adult
$8 non-members; free for members
Does the groundhog really come out to see his shadow to foretell the end of winter? Take a hike in search of this elusive mammal and discover a bit...
Bayside Historical Society
$5 per child; $15 maximum per family
Come join Bayside Historical Society at the Castle in Fort Totten Park for a fun afternoon of Valentine crafts, activities and snacks. Crafts are s...
Landmark on Main Street
Landmark presents a day of cultural activities, with food and free crafts in the gym followed by Ba Ban Chinese Music Society of New York presents ...
Museum of Chinese in America
Free with museum admission: $10
Come paint, build, craft, or collage – use familiar materials, or experiment with new! Inspired by the museum’s exhibitions and local a...
East Setauket, NY
$8 non-members; $4 members
If we see our own shadow in the woods, how many more weeks of winter remain? Try a little shadow fun and then take a walk to see what the animals a...
Staten Island Zoo
Young elementary, Tween
$10; $7 seniors; $6 children ages 3-14; free for children ages 2 and younger
What better place to spend Groundhog Day than at the Staten Island Zoo with not only groundhog Chuck but all of the other species of rodent that ha...
Brooklyn Conservatory of Music
$20 General Admission; $15 BKCM families and students; $10 children; free for children 3 and younger
BKCM celebrates the passing of a new lunar year with an afternoon of music, dancing, and food. Bring the family and enjoy a traditional Chinese cel...
Art League of Long Island
Young elementary, Tween, Teen
Celebrate the Chinese New Year with Asian brush painting. Paint your Chinese Zodiac sign and explore calligraphy, fish, bamboo, and panda with...
Make handcrafted dragon puppets. Drop kids ages 5+ off, or stay and paint with them. No experience necessary! Price includes all supplies...
Grand Bazaar NYC
Upper West Side
For this special themed event, Grand Bazaar curated an impressive variety of talented local designers and independent dealers just in tim...
Chappaqua Performing Arts Center
Lion dancing, traditional Chinese Dances, tea ceremony to honor your elders, chopstock game, Chinese face painting and more!
Mount Kisco Library
Celebrate the Chinese New Year by creating a Chinese Dragon puppet. Materials will be provided. Ages: 6 and older Registration is required - call 9...
Brentwood Public Library
Ring in the Year of the Pig with fun crafts. Ages 5-8. Sign up Begins January 19th, 2019
Prospect Park Audubon Center
At Lefferts Historic House, welcome the Year of the Pig with paper-lantern making and good luck paper crafts. Plus, learn more about the Lunar New ...
Freeport Public Library
For the new year in Japan, it is customary to display Shimenawa wreaths on the entrance door to ward off evil spirits and welcome good fortune. Cre...
Levittown Public Library
Welcome in the Year of the Pig and learn about Chinese New Year. Children will make a paper lantern and a fish kite, and learn Chine...
Staten Island Children's Museum
Red is a color of luck in Chinese culture. Create red envelopes and decorate them with gold-colored calligraphy.
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