Far East Center Hosting Lunar New Year Experiences


The Far East Center is hosting six weeks of cultural events to celebrate the Lunar New Year and the Asian American Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander community. The series concludes with the annual Lunar New Year Celebration on Feb. 10-11 at the Far East Center parking lot in Denver’s Little Saigon.

The community is invited to participate in a diverse range of classes, delving into aspects of culture, traditions, cuisine, storytelling, and more.

Arts & Crafts Week (Jan. 2-6)

Discover Asian artistic traditions with workshops on dragon painting, lucky paper cutting, and lantern making. Learn the mythical story of the 12 zodiacs through art and crafts.

Immersive Stories Week (Jan. 7-13)

Experience the fusion of culinary arts and storytelling with our ‘Kung Fu Dumpling Class,’ and enjoy mesmerizing acrobatic performances with behind the scenes lion dancing, and calligraphy.

Holistic Health, Mind, and Body Week (Jan. 14-20)

Delve into Tai Chi, Qigong, Chinese Medicine with expert-led seminars and hands-on workshops, and introduction to a variety of martial arts classes.

Asian Culinary Traditions Week (Jan. 21-27)

Savor the flavors of Asia with cooking demonstrations by renowned local chefs and hands-on culinary experiences.

Asian Traditions and Culture Week (Jan. 28-Feb. 3)

Enjoy traditional to modern Kpop dances, learn about Feng Shui, and explore the art of traditional fashions of the holiday and paint your own Non La rice patty hat.

Lunar New Year Holiday Market (Feb. 1-9)

Shop for holiday essentials and indulge in an array of local foods, treats, and decorations ready in time for the Lunar New Year holiday.

Official Year of the Wood Dragon Lunar New Year Celebration (Feb. 10 & 11) at the Far East Center. Follow Facebook for updated info.


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