Lunar New Year ProgramTuesday January 22, 2019
7:00 PM until 7:45 PM
Welcome in the Year of the Pig with the Chinese New Year!
A spectacular production of dazzling props, colorful costumes, mesmerizing music, fantastic acrobatics and lively dance by top notch performers telling the story of the origin of the Chinese Lunar New Year. In this legend, a group of villagers, working, dancing and praying together, defeated an a terrifying monster of the ages. A heartwarming story highlights the intrinsic value of coming together, courage, hard-work and ingenuity. It also explains some of the origin of the tradition of the Chinese Lunar New Year when everyone is wearing red, giving red envelopes to children, putting up red decorations, and lighting up all the dark corners the red firecracker to make loud noises.
A family-friendly production before the arrival of the Chinese Lunar New Year
Suitable for children ages 6-12 for Parent/caregiver
Tickets required and available Monday, January 14, 2019 at 8:00pm at all locations.
Location: Main Library Community Room
to go to the Great Neck Library